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2nd row Husky Liners don't fit

Just a heads up. The Huskey Liners for the rear seats don't fit perfectly. The center needs to be trimmed for the console (which they actually account for), but the liners ride up on the front seat tracks; not good enough for me.

The front ones do fit great however.
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Re: 2nd row Husky Liners don't fit

I just received my set of Husky floor liners, and I didn't have to trim anything for the second row - I thought they fit OK. These are the floor liners, not floor mats - Husky makes both. I do not have the DVD player, which I think mounts to the back of the console and would probably interfere. The third row liner is one-piece, and it was folded to fit in the box for shipping. It is not laying perfectly flat, probably because it is 30 degrees outside. I'm sure it will improve after it warms up. I have grey interior, so I ordered grey liners - the color is a very close match to the other grey plastic door panels, etc. The third row liner has two extensions on either end that go underneath the second row seat and protect the small patch of carpet that is exposed when you flip the seat forward. The diamond tread pattern on the liner matches the step pad on the Jeep floor - it looks like it belongs there. I had a set of these liners in my '99 Grand Cherokee, and they lasted 8 years with no problem - they still looked good when I traded it in. They are great for when the kids climb in with muddy soccer shoes. Easy to clean - just pull them out and hose them off.
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Re: 2nd row Husky Liners don't fit

Can you submit a photo of these installed?





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Re: 2nd row Husky Liners don't fit

I'd like to see a pic of the 2nd row liners in yours, Nick. I had Husky liners in my 2000 WJ - I had to move the front seats all the way forward and then, when I moved them back made sure that the track part attached to the bottom of the seat traveled on top of the liner instead of pushing the leading edge. (I hope that made sense)
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Re: 2nd row Husky Liners don't fit

I have Weather-Tech liners - Front ,2nd row and the cargo liner. Perfect fit all the way around.

I do not have rear DVD - no kids- no need! - if you have rear DVD the 2nd row liner does need to be cut to fit.

Here are a few photos:

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i7...DriverSide.jpg

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i7...-Passenger.jpg

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i7...ner-2ndRow.jpg

http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i7...CargoLiner.jpg
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Re: 2nd row Husky Liners don't fit

I do have the DVD and had to trim them, If I remember right they had made grooves in them so you would know right where to trim them at.
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