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Re: Weathertech

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I have that exact same setup. Black front digital fit liners, Jeep cargo mat.

Liners are better than mats in my opinion, they cover more and have a lip all around which prevent spillage. Liners > Mats.
Me 3, Weathertch digitalfits in front and and rear passenger area, the Jeep OEM slush mat in the cargo area.
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Me 3, Weathertch digitalfits in front and and rear passenger area, the Jeep OEM slush mat in the cargo area.
Do you have pics you can post?
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Old 05-14-2011, 06:44 AM
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Re: Weathertech

wish I could get them in Australia.
They don't ship to here.
Found one online retailer alloyed me to order with $75 freight, then a day later received a request for another $115 to cover freight.
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Re: Weathertech

I'm getting an '11 GC Overland with the dark frost beige/light frost beige interior (Natural Green exterior).
I'm looking for advice on what color Weathertech Floor Liners would look best with that color combination.
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Re: Weathertech

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I'm getting an '11 GC Overland with the dark frost beige/light frost beige interior (Natural Green exterior).
I'm looking for advice on what color Weathertech Floor Liners would look best with that color combination.
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Probably the tan colored liners
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I'm worried the tan is too yellow for the dark/light frost beige. I'm thinking the black might be more neutral.
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I'm worried the tan is too yellow for the dark/light frost beige. I'm thinking the black might be more neutral.
I'd get them in black.
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husky's cover the dead pedal area, and have a recess for the hooks so water doesnt penetrate and awesome rubber points on the bottom, they dont budge!!
Me too, I chose the Husky's over Weathertech because the fit is equal with better coverage at a lower price.
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Re: Weathertech

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I'm getting an '11 GC Overland with the dark frost beige/light frost beige interior (Natural Green exterior).
I'm looking for advice on what color Weathertech Floor Liners would look best with that color combination.
Thanks.
You have the same colour combo as me, and I ordered the tan WeatherTechs. I got lots of grief from others when I posted this pic before, but I still prefer tan to black. I wanted a light interior so black mats would defeat that purpose, plus black shows salt stains more than the tan.

Here's a link to my previous pic:
http://jeepgarage.org/showthread.php...ppy#post331595

One other thing though: I found the two holes in the WeatherTech driver's liner for the floor clips allowed way too much salty water to leak out onto the carpet. I modified the clips to make them a bit shorter and filled the holes in the liner with sealant. Now no salty water can get through. (WeatherTech should really make them with a rubber dome over the clip holes IMHO.)

PS - To clarify, the pic was posted when the Weathertech liner was new (before my clip modification). Some salt staining on the carpet beside the seat was from BEFORE the Weathertechs had arrived.
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