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Old 07-09-2012, 02:27 AM
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My YJ doesn't have any sort of floor covering right now (bought it that way) and I was wondering what the best way to go was. I live in MN so it gets COLD during the winter and as of right now I only have a soft top.

I'm wondering what the best option would be for insulation, sound deadening, durability and cleanliness?

I've been looking in Quadratech, JC Whitney and a few other websites and see different options but barely any reviews. Any personal reviews on different materials?
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Line X, Rhino Line etc... is the best bet for a Jeep. You can always carpet over that if you want more warmth. Jeep heaters are known for working very well. other than that time to look for a hard top.
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I would think if you rhinolined or line xd the floor and then got the custom molded carpet from somewhere like quadratec or 4wd.com that would be a pretty decent option. The molded carpet could run into some time and extra money but if you are going to line x it you could just throw the carpet down after the liner dries and before you put the seats back in?? I think between that an the heater you should stay pretty warm. Just out of curiosity what kind of shape is your top in?? I noticed a considerable difference in temperature when I changed out my wore out soft top lol.

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I would try lizard skin it is a good coating sound baffling and heat loss then carpet like everyone is saying
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Rhino line is one of the best and decent maker. Check JCWhitney heaters..
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I have a wrangler 4 door soft top purchased new 2015. Just noticed upon removing my rubber floor mats to vacuum there was condensation under rubber matts and carpets damp, when i lifted the factory installed carpets and slid my hand under it was wet to the touch. I let it air out and dry and then checked a few days later and again the same problem. No rain and top and windows have been up so cant figure this out. Anyone else experience this problem? I am worried about it getting moldy and smelly
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