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Nifty Pro-Line Molded Carpet

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Average Price: $191.00
Manufacturer: Nifty
Recommended?
Yes: 2 / No: 3

Quadratec Description: (14051.3XX).

The Pro-Line molded carpet kits from Nifty feature original equipment style quality. Pressure formed and then trimmed for an exact fit to your vehicle. The mold includes the rear wheel housing sidewalls for the most complete coverage.

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TeamInsipid
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TeamInsipid's Reviews

03-01-2011, 07:51 PM
Price: $275.00
Pros: not a lot of these
Cons: mold is wrong, wrinkles and excess carpet in unneeded areas, THIS IS NOT A MOLDED PIECE OF CARPET
Recommended? No

Comments: The ad is very misleading. The carpet they show on the ad looks like a drop in molded set. What you get is a wadded up mess of carpet that kinda fits but has a lot of baggy spots and it is in 4 pieces that you get to cut the holes out of yourself. I would have went with one of the cheaper kits if I knew i was going to be getting ripped off so badly. Bottom line don't waste your money.


Chels97TJ
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Chels97TJ's Reviews

01-24-2011, 08:38 PM
Price: $250.00
Pros: Good quality carpet
Cons: Expensive, poor mold
Recommended? No

Comments: In theory, this would have been a really easy install. Bought it because it claimed to be molded for a perfect fit. First thing, there is no instruction or clear markings to determine what goes where. Some pieces were more obvious so eventually you figure it out. Second, the molding around the wheel wells (where it really counts) was awful. Did not fit AT ALL. Third, whoever did the pre-cut did an awful job. Typically they leave on an inch or two of excess carpet that you clean off yourself to get the perfect fit. Whoever did this on the carpet I bought cut a bit too much off in a number of areas, especially on the side panels, and I was basically left with ridiculous exposed patches that make it look as if a third grader did the cutting.

Basically, I hate it. I was really disappointed, especially for the price I paid and the amount of time that went into researching carpet options. GOOD LUCK!


jonos12
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jonos12's Reviews
01-23-2011, 05:13 PM
Price: $40.00
Pros: easy to install, quieter cabin, less heat in the summer from the exhaust
Cons: got to pull it out when it gets water in the jeep to keep it from getting mouldy.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: bought the jeep used from a buddy and it had no carpet in it.


Bill87GT
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Bill87GT's Reviews

06-07-2009, 09:17 PM
Price: $199.00
Pros: The carpet quality itself isn't too bad.
Cons: Not molded at all Edge stitching falling apart in several places No instructions Requires a ton of cutting Rear wheel well pieces can be trashed
Recommended? No

Comments: What a piece of garbage this "molded carpet kit" is. It is not molded at all. I could've done the same thing, actually better, if I just picked up some carpet of my own, cut it to size and laid it down.

Fraying in several spots where they stitched a border to an edge.

The rear wheel well pieces are a complete joke. Flat pieces of carpet on a curved wheel well? Give me a break. Even after taking my time cutting around the roll bar, rear seat hinges, tailgate latch, etc... it still fits like crap. Doesn't fit at all is more accurate. And what holds it in place? Nothing.

For paying $200 for this junk (I think the price has actually gone up to $275 recently) I'm am pretty upset. I should've returned it, but I didn't open the box right away after I got it and I went beyond the return period.

If anyone knows of a nice quality molded carpet set I can get to replace this horrible product, please PM me.


crankyhobo

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crankyhobo's Reviews

03-11-2009, 04:37 PM
Nifty Pro-Line Molded Carpet
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Looks great, durable, easy to install, fits good except the wheel well pieces which fall off or at least i couldn't find a good way to stick them down properly.



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