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post #1 of 30 Old 07-06-2008, 07:04 PM Thread Starter
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What Mats would you get?

I have an 06 Rubi, what kind of mats would you suggest i put in the jeep?

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post #2 of 30 Old 07-06-2008, 07:13 PM
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Weathertech is the best option IMO.

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I have these rears in my '00, but not the fronts. I am very happy with them as they catch all the slushy crap in winter.

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Husky Mats. I put them in everything!

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i got the rubber ones from jeep.......work fine

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We put the WeatherTech mats in everything we own. The Floorliners are worth every penny and then some.

They're much more pliable than the Husky mats and the lip doesn't end up totally trashed (specifically in our Suburbans ... doesn't matter as much with the tub floor in the Jeep.)
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I have the Husky ones front and rear (and the cargo one too) and they are definitely the best floor mats I have ever seen. The back one is really cool because when you fold the rear seat up and throw something wet or dirty back there, it won't make a mess.

They're hard plastic, not rubber, so they're easier to scrub clean too.
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Sorry to hi-jack the thread but does anyone know where I can find some diamond plated floor mats for an 06 tj?

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Sorry to hi-jack the thread but does anyone know where I can find some diamond plated floor mats for an 06 tj?
Husky liners are diamond plate and to fit in with the thread i have them and highly recommend them. best thing is they hold lots of water/ mud because of the tall sidewalls
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I have used Husky liners for years...Love them...

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Husky liners are diamond plate and to fit in with the thread i have them and highly recommend them. best thing is they hold lots of water/ mud because of the tall sidewalls
Yah but I'm looking for actual diamond plate not rubber diamond plate look-a-like

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Sorry to hi-jack the thread but does anyone know where I can find some diamond plated floor mats for an 06 tj?
Warrior makes them for CJ's and YJ's, but I don't know if anyone makes them for a TJ. I had a friend with them in an import and they were very slippery when wet - very annoying

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How do the huskys do without carpet? Do they slide or hold fairly well. I have removed the carpet and would like to drop in mats.

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I got the thick rubber ones from Auto-zone. They do a good job of keeping all the mud and mess on the mat itself.

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