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Dirtydog4x4's "CRASH PAD" NEW PRODUCT

Haven't been around here much posting we have been busy working on some new products.

Sneak peek at a new product we are working on! Code named "CRASH PAD". This unique pad fits the rear area of a JKU. It can be used as a nice comfy pet mat for your four legged wheeling co-pilots, or it can be used as a sleeping mat for folks that like to camp out of their JK. One side is carpeted, the other a smooth vinyl for easy clean up from unexpected spills or pet accidents. Inside is filled with foam for a nice comfortable supportive feel. Four Door Wrangler (JKU) products will we ready soon, followed by the 2 door Wrangler JK. Suggested retail price point of $295. We recommend you pair this with our JKU trench cover for the ultimate rear cargo area setup.
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post #2 of 13 Old 01-28-2015, 03:48 PM
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Very cool idea

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Someone finally did it! Awesome! I spent many a night in the back of my JKU and always wanted something like this.


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post #4 of 13 Old 01-28-2015, 04:00 PM
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going to be offering a pre buy discount?
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Someone finally did it! Awesome! I spent many a night in the back of my JKU and always wanted something like this.
Come one Markus, i know the ladies are leary of you, but i didn't think it was THAT bad.

I think this thing is finally coming together. Still Needed: drive shafts, frame mount rails...then done son! For a while...
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post #6 of 13 Old 01-29-2015, 10:09 AM
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what type of mattress material are you using? Possibility of a little thicker material?

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post #9 of 13 Old 03-12-2015, 02:04 PM
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I'm going to offer a suggestion. I'm 6' tall and recently bought an air mattress that decently fits the same area as your product. However I like your product better but the only issue is you have the front seats in the rear most setting with the rear seat headrests up...you must be short to sleep that way. I had to slide my passenger seat forward, fold the head rest down and put my pillows in that area and my feet still touched the tailgate. How hard would it be to design this for tall people?

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must not be interested in selling them. I was interested but nothing but echos so I made my own. here is my proto type lol. I removed the rear seat so plenty of room when front seats are pulled/tilted forward. this is just cardboard will go with something I can hinge later. it worked camping in Moab for my wife and I.

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must not be interested in selling them. I was interested but nothing but echos so I made my own. here is my proto type lol. I removed the rear seat so plenty of room when front seats are pulled/tilted forward. this is just cardboard will go with something I can hinge later. it worked camping in Moab for my wife and I.

Agreed... front seats folded forward makes much more sense for camping/sleeping in the back of a 4 door JK
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I just purchased this and wow what a rip off. I have been waiting for something like this and boy did they miss the mark! 1... it's not very big.. much smaller and does not come close to covering the entire back (and I have a 2 door) and two the padding is pretty weak and thin. My dog is uncomfortable because there is not enough padding to protect the footman loops. Epic fail and will be sending back. My homemade version was better than this. Too bad because this could have been a winner.
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I camp in the back of my rig (I'm short and fit perfectly) and this would've been something nice to have over the past few wheeling trips though it doesn't look too thick, which is needed for that 4 inch gap you get when you fold the seat down. For that, I found that a 4 inch tow strap fits perfectly and helps to even things out.
Add a couple of air mattresses and I'm good to go. The only thing I need to start looking for or make are leveling blocks to make sure the rig is sitting even.
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