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Rear floormats for JK 2 dr?

Does anyone know of a floor mat / cargo area mat for the rear of the JK 2 dr? Want one that covers the area when the rear seat is out (all the time). Tired of trying to vaccuum deer hair out of the carpet :-)
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2 options.

1. Get a 4 door rear mat and use that. Fit is not perfect, but close enough.

2. Buy a rubber truck bed mat and cut it to what you need.

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The Quadratec/Tread Lightly floor mats from Quadratec may work well for your application.


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09rubicon, option 2 is what I have planned right now, was hoping to find one that fit right though.

Illyb, I looked at them just can't tell from the catalog if they cover the whole rear area, or just the area behind the rear seat.
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The Quadratec/Tread Lightly floor mats from Quadratec may work well for your application.
I have these front and rear.

I believe they are actually made by rugged ridge.

I like them in that they are OK.

I actually prefer the OEM mats in the front.

The rear OEM mats would require some trimming to fit correctly.

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If your looking for a factory set we can do a 4 door set for $60.50 + shipping
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Illyb, I looked at them just can't tell from the catalog if they cover the whole rear area, or just the area behind the rear seat.
The rear mats for the 2dr cover the foot space behind the two front seats only; they don't cover the area behind your center console. The mats for the 4dr cover the space behind the center console. You can get the cargo area mat to cover the space in the rear of your rig. It will only fit in your rig when the rear seat is out.


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Option 3.

Line-X the whole tub. I did on my 2dr and will do it on my 4dr when I get the time.

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Option 3.

Line-X the whole tub. I did on my 2dr and will do it on my 4dr when I get the time.
This. Ten times this.


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Option 3.

Line-X the whole tub. I did on my 2dr and will do it on my 4dr when I get the time.
I did this on my white jeep and would love to do it on my orange jeep.

Just cost.

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The rear mats for the 2dr cover the foot space behind the two front seats only; they don't cover the area behind your center console. The mats for the 4dr cover the space behind the center console. You can get the cargo area mat to cover the space in the rear of your rig. It will only fit in your rig when the rear seat is out.
Thats what I was looking for... thanks! I keep the rear seat out, and just want a cargo area mat so I can throw hunting stuff in there whenever I want without ruining the carpet. I would love to line-x, its just more expensive then its worth to me.
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