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Old 11-23-2013, 08:53 PM
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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

Can't answer you very well Jamesla30, as winter happened here just as I received mine, so have not had the opportunity to really use it yet. In trying it in the Jeep though, I can say that I don't think it fits tightly enough against the Sub Grill that it would cause much concern heat wise.
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Old 11-24-2013, 04:00 PM
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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

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For those of you with the US Truck liner... I am considering getting it without the subwoofer hole cut out... do you think it affects the sound much? Also worried it would cut off air supply and the sub could overheat.... am I being too cautious?
So I installed and drove around town for a bit today (first time out of box) and the sound from the sub was toned down but honestly it wasn't that bad from what I could hear. I expected extremely muffled noises but instead there was just less bass overall. I think you are a little over worried about the cooling air… if anything maybe just turn down the bass if you want to be extra cautious when its in your Jeep? As said above there is an air gap its not an air tight seal over the speaker.



On a separate note if anyone lives in the Cincinnati area (or a short drive away) and is interested in getting a set contact me. I purchased 3 different trunk lining kits from various venders to use for different purposes. I was going to store it in the garage until I took the dogs places but just don't have the garage space anymore (bought a dirt bike) and I have a baby on the way so money is more important to me now! If you are within driving distance i'll meet you halfway.

Selling all of this for $300 or best offer (PM me for details):
Quantity Unit Price Total
ProMaxLiner 1 $235.00 $235.00
BumperProtector 1 $25.00 $260.00
TrunkLinerAnti-SlipMat 1 $37.00 $297.00
TailgateGuard 1 $25.00 $322.00
PLUS IT COSTS $25 FLAT RATE SHIPPING FOR A TOTAL OF $357

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Old 11-25-2013, 09:10 AM
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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

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So I installed and drove around town for a bit today (first time out of box) and the sound from the sub was toned down but honestly it wasn't that bad from what I could hear. I expected extremely muffled noises but instead there was just less bass overall. I think you are a little over worried about the cooling air… if anything maybe just turn down the bass if you want to be extra cautious when its in your Jeep? As said above there is an air gap its not an air tight seal over the speaker.



On a separate note if anyone lives in the Cincinnati area (or a short drive away) and is interested in getting a set contact me. I purchased 3 different trunk lining kits from various venders to use for different purposes. I was going to store it in the garage until I took the dogs places but just don't have the garage space anymore (bought a dirt bike) and I have a baby on the way so money is more important to me now! If you are within driving distance i'll meet you halfway.

Selling all of this for $300 or best offer (PM me for details):
Quantity Unit Price Total
ProMaxLiner 1 $235.00 $235.00
BumperProtector 1 $25.00 $260.00
TrunkLinerAnti-SlipMat 1 $37.00 $297.00
TailgateGuard 1 $25.00 $322.00
PLUS IT COSTS $25 FLAT RATE SHIPPING FOR A TOTAL OF $357

What liner did you decide to keep Justin? I'm going to order one this week and still can't decide what I want.
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Old 11-26-2013, 08:15 AM
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What liner did you decide to keep Justin? I'm going to order one this week and still can't decide what I want.
Well I very much like the canvasback and the weathertec rear cargo matt so I am definitely keeping those two. The us trunk liners does exactly what it is supposed to but just takes a little more TLC to get it setup and into place. Honestly I think I will hold onto it since nothing is better at protecting the sides and front/back of cargo area. The two items above (weathertec and cancasbak) just provide a small level of protection for well placed loads. For example I don't feel those two are sufficient in keeping my 120lb Rhodesian ridgeback from scratching everything up around him on long car rides... My only issue is fitting us trunk liner in my garage because I don't want ustrunkliner in the car 24/7... Only when needed so that's why I am considering selling my set locally. Decisions decisions! Hope this helps!
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Re: US Trunk Liners Reviews... anybody have one?

Hey Justin, you sell that US-Liner yet? I would consider purchasing if you are willing to ship... Let me know. Thanks, James
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