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When you're barreling over boulder–strewn paths in the badlands, the risks are everywhere. Misjudge the depth of a stream, the angle of a hill or the size of some rock, and you can find yourself stranded far away from civilization. You can't control the terrain, but you can keep the rear of your rig out of harm's way with the BedTred Jeep Cargo Liner Kit.
Like a custom–tailored suit of armor, the BedTred Cargo Liner for Jeeps fits flawlessly in place of your factory carpeting. Thanks to its trail–rated, waterproof TPO composite construction, it has the backbone to block mud, crud and goop from staining your 4x4's payload. Plus, it's finished with a unique non–skid texture that looks like a spray–in bed liner and helps stop freight from shifting around while you articulate over Ma Nature's craggy face. Unlike a real spray–in liner, though, your BedTred Cargo Liner is flexible, soft and helps dampen road noise and heat transfer from your exhaust.
If you have a half hour and some hand tools, you're fully equipped to install the BedTred Cargo Liner for Jeeps. Each of the four pieces mount securely with heavy–duty hook and loop fasteners, so they go in fast and come out easily when you need to hose them down after a messy Rubicon run. There's even a piece for your tailgate, giving your total wall–to–wall coverage and maximum protection. Best of all, BedRug backs your BedTred Jeep Cargo Liner with a 3–year warranty.
Reviewed by Jerry W (Woodbridge, VA) Reviewed for a 2002 Jeep Wrangler — Jul 01, 2014 10:47 AM
The BedTred is a quality product design to fit very nicely in the Jeep and provide a durable, low-maintenance finish. It's a thick material but easy to install. I did remove the rear part of the console for ease of installation as well as the rear seat (and broke two bolts off in the process!) After installation of the BedTred, it changed the look of the Jeep tremendously (the previous owner removed all the carpet) and provided considerable heat isolation. Definitely recommend!
Reviewed by Alan A (Spokane, WA) Reviewed for a 2007 Jeep Wrangler — Jan 03, 2014 3:22 PM
Spent about 1 1/2 hours installing rear mat. Was cold in garage which made more difficult and sticking of glue on velcro a problem like it says in directions. Hope warm weather improves conformity. Had to remove anchors on rear seat belts and cut holes for these to let mat lay down.
Reviewed by Justin G (FORT WALTON BEACH, FL) Reviewed for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler — May 28, 2013 6:21 AM
I think bedtred is a great product and it exceeded my expectations in quality. It was, however, a long install and the front piece sections where not quite a perfect fit. I solved this issue by adding a few extra velco strips to hold it in place. Overall, I am very pleased and would buy this product for future vehicles.