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emok 11-05-2013 11:41 PM

weathertech or Husky
 
Just got a 2014 Overland. Was looking at caro liners.. It seems the major ones are weathertech or husky

Anyone have either hows the material and value ? appreciate any ideas.

mfa81 11-05-2013 11:50 PM

http://www.jeepgarage.org/f182/floor...ner-64157.html

you should find all you need here, there are different opinion from different people, I prefer husky but others like weathertech or mopar

emok 11-06-2013 12:07 AM

thanks. my interior is tan and the standard jeep liners were only grey or black. Weathertech look great. thanks..

PipesTA 11-07-2013 12:07 AM

Re: weathertech or Husky
 
I've got weathertechs in our '11 GC and '12 Suburban. They're superb. Had them in my '99 GC and '01 Burban and they held up quite nicely with 200k on the clock for each vehicle. LOL.

abarbs30 11-07-2013 12:00 PM

Re: weathertech or Husky
 
I have weathertechs in my 14 overland. Fronts, Backs, and Truck. I love them and they fit perfect. I have black ones for black interior. No complaints.

Jeep_addicted 11-07-2013 05:10 PM

Re: weathertech or Husky
 
Rugged Ridge and Quadratec also sell tan slush mats, The Rugged ridge labeled ones seem to sell for $20.00 more than the Quadratec labelled ones but they look identical.

emok 11-07-2013 09:26 PM

just picked up the weathertech ones and they fit,like a glove.. got the combo set..

2014BB 11-08-2013 05:43 PM

Re: weathertech or Husky
 
I bought the WT's and am very pleased. Looks and fits great.

jacko15 11-08-2013 08:47 PM

Re: weathertech or Husky
 
I used WeatherTechs in my Enclave for six years and was very happy with them. The only complaints I had were that they were kind of slippery, and the coverage didn't go up on the dead pedal far enough. When I ordered my JGC I checked into them and found that the floor hook areas had a hole the whole way through the mat. I ended up ordering Husky Weatherbeaters. The fit is exceptional, they are not slippery, there are no holes going through, (this is important because of the extremely snowy winters we get in the "lake effect" areas), and the coverage is better than the WTs. I have both front and rear, and cargo, and really like them a lot. Glad I didn't get the WTs again. The coverage is especially good on the dead pedal, which is carpeted in my Overland. That was not the case in my Buick. Not to mention they're less expensive.

JGC12USMC 11-09-2013 02:52 PM

Had both Husky and Weathertech. By far, the Weathertech are the best quality. They may be a little more expensive but I think they're worth it.

newyork326 12-30-2013 01:06 PM

Re: weathertech or Husky
 
Had weathertech in an old SUV... may be going back to them since my new Overland has a light tan interior.

emok 12-30-2013 01:51 PM

Re: weathertech or Husky
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by newyork326 (Post 952153)
Had weathertech in an old SUV... may be going back to them since my new Overland has a light tan interior.

I don't think the oem mats are available in tan. I like the light tan interior too. The weather tech look good I it and the front ones hook I to the carpet tabs.


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