Has anyone had any luck finding the rubber slush mats for a 2012? The footwell is so narrow that the cut to size set that I found is still too big and I would lose the high edge to hold the nastyness on the mat. Winter is coming soon and we had the first snow last week. Any help is much appreciated.
Bought the jeep slush floor matts..front and rear plus back cargo liner..great product and fits perfect...I cant imagine having to cut a floor matt for this vehicle..very odd cutouts....look on ebay for your best price for the set as I did...
I have the set from MOPAR and found them on justforjeeps.com. They run specials sometimes and have normally free shipping over a certain price during the holidays. I think shipped my set front and back were around $70. They fit great and have no problems.
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I went Huskey over the Weathertech mostly due to price. I have heard that the Weathertech are a little more flexible plastic where as the Huskey is a pretty stiff plastic form. For the rear cargo area I went to Home Depot and purchased a small roll of rubber backed looped indoor out door carpet in a grey. I then cut out a template that matched the shape of the rear cargo area and used it to cut out a carpet piece to use for protection of the cargo area and OEM carpet. For less than $17 I purchased enough carpet to do maybe 5 cargo carpets.
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I have the Jeep/MOPAR slush mats. They are so narrow that they provided very little coverage. I got the WeatherTechs. Much better coverage and perfect fit.
I have since made a slit in the bottom left corner of the WeathTech and tucked the lip under the platic door sill (prevents sand/water getting between mat and door sill).
WeatherTech compared to MOPAR Slush:
2012 KK Latitude Chrome grille, chrome bug deflector, chrome door handles,
chrome mirror caps, chrome gas door and Jeep Cargo Area Liner.
AVS vent shades and factory dealer installed remote start.