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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

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Hey guys -- have been emailing Anthony, he said 2 mats for jeep garage members are going out today Did you guys order the extendable versions? One of my questions was about the anti-slip mat, and he did say the expandable version comes with 2 anti slip mats, which is great. When you guys get yours please post photos and reviews. If you are happy with them, i think I will be ordering. Thanks!
Yes I got the extendable version... looks like we are getting them sooner than I thought!
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Hey guys -- have been emailing Anthony, he said 2 mats for jeep garage members are going out today Did you guys order the extendable versions? One of my questions was about the anti-slip mat, and he did say the expandable version comes with 2 anti slip mats, which is great. When you guys get yours please post photos and reviews. If you are happy with them, i think I will be ordering. Thanks!
??, when I last spoke to him yesterday, he mentioned 1 anti slip mat, not two. Guess I will soon see! Yes, I did order the extendable one.
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Old 10-15-2013, 10:55 PM
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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

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??, when I last spoke to him yesterday, he mentioned 1 anti slip mat, not two. Guess I will soon see! Yes, I did order the extendable one.
He told me two... hopefully he sends you two as well! You should get 1 sized for the cargo area (short size) and one for the fully extended size (long size). He also mentioned to me to expect to have to air all of the pieces out for a few days when you receive them since they will have a little bit of an odor at first when we receive them.
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You guys get them yet?

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Unfortunately not here, but no surprise to me, as I am in Canada, and UPS custom clearance is usually less than stellar in my area. Unfortunately I will be away for a week, so won't have my eyes on it for a while. I'm anxious to hear Justin's opinion of it!
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Old 10-19-2013, 09:11 AM
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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

I just got home last night from work and it was on my porch! Two things before I give some details... it was dark when I got home and its raining out all of today so I will not be able to post pics. I will get some up soon... at the latest I'd say Monday!!

Its funny because everything comes in a box about 5 inches square by about 3 1/2 ft long... I almost didnt think he sent me everything at once! Well all I got to last night was pulling all of the materials out of the box and laying it on my workbench. The two rubber, anti-slip, mats were included and those are the things which need to be left out for a little time before being placed in your car because they have a little bit of a plastic/rubberish smell to them. I pulled those out along with the bumper guard and all the materials look great! Only concern I had on either of these pieces was the mats are pretty soft in order to create a good grip on the hard plastic liner and I think my big male dog might tear them up in a short period of time due to his long nails. Because of this I will always make sure I have blankets in the back of my car to help protect his incredibly sharp and strong claws from messing up these softer material mats. Ok on to the main cargo "box" and the tailgate guard. These two items consist of a VERY hard somewhat thin black plastic that a prefolded at the locations you have to fold them. Because he ships everything rolled up I think it'll take a day or so for the plastic to want to flatten out without causing too much trouble. Also these plastics have a thin clear protective layer on them which has the designers writing on it saying "remove this clear layer before placing in car" and there are a few other notes on them such as "this piece goes inside of the other piece". Just looking at these notes I already understand how it goes together... because I got the extended version there are two big pieces and one slides into the other one.

As I said before all I have done so far is unroll everything to let it air out and uncurl from being all rolled up and boxed for a few days during shipment. Once the rain stops I will go out into the garage and put them together and take a few pictures. Unfortunately it wont happen Sunday because I am helping my friend cut down another tree and then I have a hockey game in the evening. Can you guys wait until Monday!?! Maybe I'll try to take a quick shot of the materials...but they look the same as the photos on his website. I dont have a Jeep yet (diesel is still being held) so I cant exactly show it placed in the vehicle until that arrives either. Regardless I'll give more details Monday!

Side note here is my little monster that caused me to buy this higher level of protection for the back of my Jeep Grand Cherokee. His name is Max... he is a Rhodesian Ridgeback (ridgeless) and he weighs 120lbs without being fat at all. His head is bigger than mine.. no lie!
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Thanks for the info! Although I didnt realize you dont have a jeep yet, was hoping to see pictures of it in a jeep. The canada guy should be able to take care of that though. No rush assembling just post when you get to it!

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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

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Thanks for the info! Although I didnt realize you dont have a jeep yet, was hoping to see pictures of it in a jeep. The canada guy should be able to take care of that though. No rush assembling just post when you get to it!

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Did you happen to see the photo on the website that shows one of these liners in the Jeep Grand Cherokee?

Here it is:
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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

Thanks -- looks pretty good, would be curious what you guys think though once you get them installed.
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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

Canvasback cargo liners are also really nice. They're a waterproof nylon covering that covers the bottom and up the rear seats using velcro to attach the nylon. You can add on the side coverings.

Have used it for about a year and am happy with the protection it offers. Only complaint is stuff does slide a around easier on it. I might put a really think rubber truck bed liner on top of it so boxes don't slide.
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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

I have the weathertech liner/mats... Very good so far. But as someone had pointed earlier, the cargo liner is a bit slippery. But not a big deal since u can push it back with a finger since its stiff. very very easy to clean as well.
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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

I got the Mopar slush style mat and it's very nice, heavy and thick. Unfortunately it doesn't protect the sides or back of the seats so in 10 minutes my new Jeep is covered in drool
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