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post #31 of 59 Old 01-27-2013, 05:39 PM Thread Starter
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It came with my Jeep when I bought it in 84.

I see them on eBay all the time for sale. You have to seek them out, they won't come to you.

There's 3-4 of them on Ebay for sale as of today.
oh wow youve had it since than? and yea i see them but i dont wanna get ripped off and get a ugly one lol

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post #32 of 59 Old 05-07-2014, 12:54 PM
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Anyone have a picture of these or similar mats modified for around a roll cage's A pillar?

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don't they make a mat that covers the whole Jeep floor in one shot?
.12 gauge, #4 shot?
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hutch, that may be because you set yourself up.... You just answered a 15 month old question. But I'm not making fun of you.

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Nobody sets themselves like I do. So I like to laugh, somebody has to get the party rolling!

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hutch, that may be because you set yourself up.... You just answered a 15 month old question. But I'm not making fun of you.
What might that question be?

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Anyone know if these will fit a CJ5?

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Anyone know if these will fit a CJ5?

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Only if you're a left handed Pisces and install them on a Tuesday using Whitworth wrenches. Glad we got that cleared up for ya!

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Only if you're a left handed Pisces and install them on a Tuesday using Whitworth wrenches. Glad we got that cleared up for ya!
Dang you pulled out the Whitworth!

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Dang you pulled out the Whitworth!
I got a set of those from an old BSA motorcycle I use to own. Not quite metric or standard, but a little in between.

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Whoa is the man who has ever worked w/those "tools". They are mentioned in the Blue-prints for Stone-Henge.
I was wondering if anybody would pick up on those!
Keith, BSA, VERY cool. I have a pre-unit...something, in lots of boxes for next winter. So you know true misery, and explains the level of skill you displayed on your resto.
jcal73, what horror did you endure w/them?

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I got a set of those from an old BSA motorcycle I use to own. Not quite metric or standard, but a little in between.

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Lol! I had some of those for a BSA/Triumph trike I had, likely still have em.

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Ahh, forgot about the Triumph! My buddy had one of those and we both shared the Whitworth wrenches we had while working on the bikes and that was usually every weekend before you could ride it.

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I know just what you mean.

A typical Northeast CJ floor exposed to the driving elements.
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You are the man, Keith. Only on the CJ forum....

OP, I hope we didn't run you off. If we're not teasing you, we don't care for you.

Keith, I like those mats. Do you envision any clearance issues with the back of the throttle pedal using these mats with carpet?

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I have these same mats in my Jeep with original carpet. Zero problems except I also need to cut out the switch hole. My plan is to use a 1" bit and drill it out.
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