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post #1 of 11 Old 10-12-2013, 12:16 AM Thread Starter
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Just did Monstaliner, any rubber molded mats?

Just finished my Monstaliner job and it came out great... I want some nice heavy (so they stay in place) mats with a smooth bottom to throw in the drivers and passenger side floor pan in front to have some grip with my shoes and not be so smooth... Besides the all terrain floor mats that SEEM like they are molded and cut out properly but I think have nubs on the bottom, what else is out there? I am in AZ and it will not be a water issue.
Here is a pic of the All Terrain/Rugged Ridge mats

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post #2 of 11 Old 10-12-2013, 07:15 AM
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I have those same mats and the fit and finish is better than all the others on the market. Never have an issue with them wanting to slide around and my floor pans is painted and waxed.

You must cut a hole for the high/low beam switch on the drivers side.

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I have those same mats and the fit and finish is better than all the others on the market. Never have an issue with them wanting to slide around and my floor pans is painted and waxed.

You must cut a hole for the high/low beam switch on the drivers side.

Keith460, can you post a couple pics of them in your CJ and one of the opposite side so I can see the bottom texture?
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For what it's worth - I have a set of mats just like the ones above. No issues. I will tell you that they are all the exact same mat with a different little oval label pressed into them. Quadratec, Rugged Ridge, Etc... I did some looking before buying mine thinking that some would be better than others...but they're not. In the end, they're mats. Mats is mats....

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I'm running the Bestop mats which look nearly identical to those, as well. Love 'em.
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I have a set of Quadratec mats - great results so far. I'm pleased with the purchase.

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I might have to get a set of these... Onto another different but related topic: The rear cargo area needs a rubber mat and I looked at those rubber stall mats from the feed store up the road. Very nice at 4x6 and $52 but it is 3/4 of an inch thick and like 110lbs! I know when it is cut to fit it would weigh about 45 or so but is there something out there that is maybe 1/2 - 9/16 thick? Thought about a truck rubber bed liner but they are getting pricey ....

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Here are the mats at the feed store...super heavy!!!
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Google nyracord the mats are thinner then the ones you listed and can be cut as you see fit...ribs on top and on the bottom are nubs for drainage and ventilation...
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Keith460, can you post a couple pics of them in your CJ and one of the opposite side so I can see the bottom texture?
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I have some pictures of them in the CJ but none showing the bottoms. The bottoms look the same as the tops, just a mirror image.




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I have some pictures of them in the CJ but none showing the bottoms. The bottoms look the same as the tops, just a mirror image.





They look good! I took the plunge...

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