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post #1 of 9 Old 08-05-2017, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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REAR CARGO LINER - '17 Cherokee Limited

I've been looking for a rear cargo liner/mat for my 2017 Cherokee Limited - one that covers the whole back area when the back seats (2nd row), are collapsed. Am having no problem with the myriad of rear cargo liners with the back seat up...

I'll be carrying dogs on occasion and my bike on other occasions so protection of the back area is needed. Anybody have a source of these mats? Have thought about getting a lightweight mini-truckled liner and cutting one down to size but even then., that rubber is pretty thick & tough to cut...

Surely somebody out there makes rear cargo liners for the Cherokee.... right?
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post #2 of 9 Old 08-07-2017, 06:04 PM
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I'm looking for the same thing so if you find one, let me know and I will do the same!

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I'm looking for the same thing so if you find one, let me know and I will do the same!
you can get liners on eBay. Buy two trim the second one to fit over rear seats when down and cable tie the two together. When you lift back seats they will hinge in line with fold. Just a thought.
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you can get liners on eBay. Buy two trim the second one to fit over rear seats when down and cable tie the two together. When you lift back seats they will hinge in line with fold. Just a thought.
Have thought about doing just that if I can't find a "full-sized" liner/mat. Probably use heavy duty velcro to attach the piece on the seat back...
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For some reason or another, I've had it in my mind that the liner should be rubber - like one of those form fitting trays but this canvasback liner is actually better suited for what I need and easier to stow when not in use (they're awfully proud of it...$)

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From Amazon...Innex cargo liner. I got the shorter one and should have bought the longer one.It covers the back area nicely when the seats are up but the longer one would be better if you drop the rear seats often. Mine is 41x 52" and 17 H. The sides are supposed to velcro but that doesn't work so I made some "tabs"( from 1/8 ABS plastic ) to fit the the cargo cover posts and then attached the cargo liner to them. Works great! The cover cleans easily and I like the drop down flap that covers the bumper while loading crap
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Thanks, Coltar15!
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You're welcome. The "tabs" I made are as I said 1/8 ABS. I used a 3/4" hole saw to make a nice round hole and the tabs are roughly 2" x 3". The velcro initially wanted to pull off the tabs so I added 2 pop rivets to the velcro on the tabs and now they hold up great. Oh I also made an extra tab to fit the little clip or whatever on the right hand side of the cargo bay to help keep the liner from slumping .
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