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post #1 of 17 Old 07-25-2010, 12:26 PM Thread Starter
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Heat Fix for the Floor pan!

I have the rubber floors in my JK and they get hot! This is fast cheap and easy!
Quick Roof is about $20.00 a roll & you can get it at Home Depo. It will stop the heat and deaden the sound too! Yes this is made to fix your homes roof! One roll will do the drivers and passengers floor.



Pull your carpet, Than clean your floor very good with Simple green than hit it it with some rubbing alcohol.



Next just cut the piece you need and lay it out. Than pull the back paper off and roll it off a little at a time. make sure it is where you need it it will not come off or move once it is on the metal. Work it in the crack and lines of the floor with your finger till the strip is done.


And repeat till your done!





Then put your floor or carpet or mats back in!

Drove for a wile today and it seems to work good!

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Nice, thanks for that info, I see my next immediate mod coming up. We pulled the carpets and yes, the floor does get hot even with the heavy duty floor mats!

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I wonder, would a Line-X or Rhino shop be willing to spray on top of that? I was thinking of pulling the carpet and doing a complete Line-X interior but the foil on the back of the carpet does offer some heat and sound protection that I would lose so I've held off.
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my linex keeps the heat down enough where I can drive barefoot no problem

Sig can that stuff be pealed off if someone decides to remove it?


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my linex keeps the heat down enough where I can drive barefoot no problem

Sig can that stuff be pealed off if someone decides to remove it?
Yes but it will take some time! It sticks down very very strong!

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It has an asphalt base, so once it sets it is really messy to get off.
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might have to do this too

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Any thought to applying it on the underside of the floorpan?
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If the asphalt base gets hot enough it will melt and pull away. It doesn't work well inverted on a hot surface.
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I should put this on the underside of the hard top, then cover it with a headliner. Should keep the heat down a lot.
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does it have any odour to it since its asphalt based?

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no they won't and the floor gets hot with the linex
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The first 2 days you will have a bit of a tar smell but it will go away after that. I have a long trip coming up so than I will know how good it works..

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That is going to trap moisture underneath it.

A floormat would be a better option.
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I should put this on the underside of the hard top, then cover it with a headliner. Should keep the heat down a lot.
I was thinking the same thing. If anyone does do that, let me know how it works.

PS- I was looking on their website and they also have it in white.

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It has been over a year and still working great with no problems.

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Hey thats a great idea. At the Home depo, I have to look around a little more. Boy I'm going to be busy.

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