post #16 of Old 05-13-2013, 07:57 AM
wilywillie
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I hear ya. My YJ doesn't have any flares on it and between the road water from my own tires and from everyone else's, I get drenched in it. Thank goodness for trash bag seat covers.
:-) I was blessed with vinyl seats! ....but I always keep a stack of old towels folded on the tranny hump behind the console. One to sit on, another to keep wiping the inside of the windshield:-)


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post #17 of Old 05-13-2013, 10:59 AM
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I went with a friend to the city about a hour away from my house and stuff happened ( broken jeep ) and it ended up we had to stay two days there until we could get the new front axle installed and it poured both days in my jeep back home and when i got back it had about a inch of standing water in the floor and i still haven't had any problems. It doesn't even smell bad.
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