Jeep carpets wear out. Your outdoor adventures and travel to remote places often involve dirt, mud and gunk. Getting yourself unstuck on an off-road trail is a messy process, and you eventually must step back into your rig. Stomping that gunk into the floor will wear out your interior. Our replacement carpet for Jeep Wrangler models restores your interior.
Installing A New Carpet in A Jeep The seats and some of the body trim panels must be removed. This is easily accomplished with a basic set of hand tools. The old carpet is fastened to the body to prevent it from slipping. Once loose, it pulls away, and the bare interior is ready for your Jeep Wrangler replacement carpet.
It is important to have the specifically designed Jeep TJ carpet kit or Jeep JK carpet kit depending on your model. We also have 1999 Jeep Wrangler carpet kit patterns for newer versions. A roll of basic outdoor carpeting from the hardware store is inadequate. Our patterns are cut to fit the exact mold of the body. They lay flat without interfering with other components.
Once your carpet is secured, you are ready to reinstall your trim pieces and seats. Make sure you have plenty of space to work. You are going to need room to move larger parts around. A two-car driveway or garage is ideal.
Won't the New Carpet Just Wear Out Too? Nothing lasts forever, and you are going to be putting this Jeep through some abuse. Newer carpets hold up better. They are made from modern synthetic materials that are resistant to wear. Waterproof polypropylene holds up against rugged. Newer materials are also resistant to UV damage from the sun.
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Daily driving, overlanding, or off-roading, the result is the same. Any time spent in your Jeep adds to the wear on the carpet. It's designed to give your bootheel an anchor point, and it also looks a lot better than the rough painted metal underneath. If your carpet starts to look shoddy or torn, changing it out is like pressing the reset button for your interior. Find Jeep carpet replacement and other interior parts at a great price, only at 4WD.
Carpeting Kits for Wrangler Models
Carpet wears out, tears, fades, and stretches. It won't last forever, and when it's time to do something about it, Jeep Wrangler carpet goes in and out easier than almost any other model. You may need to remove seats and trim to change the carpet, but the carpeting is in formed sections for simplified fitment. You'll even find kits to replace the lower door panel carpet on vintage models.
How Long Does Jeep Carpet Last?
How you treat your Jeep plays a huge role in how long your carpet lasts. Let's face it, grinding gravel and dirt into the floor with your shoes doesn't do the carpet any favors. When you're gentle and careful, carpeting can last 10 years or more. But when you play hard, it could be only a five years or so until you've worn through to the underlay.
How to Choose a Jeep Carpet Kit
Choosing a Jeep Wrangler carpet replacement doesn't get much easier than this. Sort by the year, model, and trim you drive, then choose the color to match your interior. Some kits replace only the front or rear sections while others cover the whole vehicle. Select a kit with as many or as few parts as you need.
At 4WD, discover interior replacement parts, carpeting, and Jeep soft tops to protect against the weather. Shop with confidence thanks to our 4Wheel Drive Hardware price guarantee and pick the brains of our service professionals for purchase advice or installation tips.