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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-28-2006, 07:11 PM Thread Starter
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Rear Cargo Mat

I was curious which if any rear cargo mat you guys have purchased. I bought a set of Catch All floor mats for my commander and like them even though they are a little darker than the factory slate gray. They fit pretty well. I thought I ordered one with a rear cargo area cover but only ordered the first 3 rows of floor mats.

I guess what I am asking is which cargo mat have you purchased and are you happy with it?

Anybody have the OEM one? I want something that water won't hurt because I borrow one of my friends carpet cleaner every once in a while and regardless of how long you let it drain it always leaks a little.

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Re: Rear Cargo Mat

I have the Husky cargo mat, and it has very tall sides nearly 3" in height. The mat servers it's purpose, stopping the undesirables from falling between the cracks of the folded third row seats. The only problem with the cargo mat is it has to stay home if you need to use the third row seats.
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That is the reason that I did not get a mat, just never know when you need that third seat. Has anyone found a net to keep things from falling out when you open the rear hatch.
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Re: Rear Cargo Mat

I have the mopar mat in the back of the jeep. I am still able to fold the 3rd row of seats up at any time without taking out the mat. The mopar mat has fold lines in it that allows the 3rd row of seats to be used. CREEK-- I also have the cargo net that came with the Commander. Never had any problems with items falling out. great product.
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Re: Rear Cargo Mat

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I have the mopar mat in the back of the jeep. I am still able to fold the 3rd row of seats up at any time without taking out the mat. The mopar mat has fold lines in it that allows the 3rd row of seats to be used. CREEK-- I also have the cargo net that came with the Commander. Never had any problems with items falling out. great product.
i'll probably end up with both of those...

had a propane tank roll out of the back of the truck the other day
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that's not good. that is alittle too much get up and go for the commander.
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I checked with my local dealership and they only had some thing like a pouch that hooked to 3rd seat.
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creek-- try this link. it is what I have. I have ordered from this company and they are great. http://www.justforjeeps.com/caneennet.html they have the instal instructions for the item listed also.
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here is the link for the mopar mat. just pick your color. http://store.justforjeeps.com/caartrmo5.html
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Re: Rear Cargo Mat

The best solution for rolling 20lb propane tanks is a square style milk carton holder crate. It fits snuggly and keeps the tank from rolling around. 1 of the many (illegal) uses for those relocated crates.
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