If you want a floor liner that won?t damage your Jeep, isn't permanent and won?t lower your resale value, BedTred is for you. It provides a rugged work surface that is tough enough to withstand dents and dings while protecting your most fragile cargo from sliding around inside your Jeep. The BedTred system gives you the rugged spray-in lock without the need of any labor intensive prepping and installs with hook and loop fasteners, without damaging the floor. While traditional spray-in liners can quickly fade and chalk, the BedTred material is fade and UV resistant. 100% waterproof, completely mold and mildew resistant, dry quickly and will not stain with oil or harsh chemicals. Quick and easy installation without the need to remove seat brackets or the center console. 3 pieces: Drivers footwell, passengers footwell, rear seat footwell plus heat shields. 3 year warranty. BedRug liners vs. spray-in liners? Quick install and removal - no removal of seats or center console necessary. Heat and noise insulation and removal or grinding of factory paint not necessary.
This floor liner looks as good as a carpet but is weatherproof. It insulates the cab from heat generated by the engine and transmission and seems to make it quieter inside. It is a good value and easy to install.
When your factory installed carpet has lived it's useful life, Bedrug is a great option! Reduces road noise and heat, looks new, and is easy to install.
Ok, so the description for this is front and rear floor liner kit. This is only for the front. You will need the rear carpet kit as well which was on the next page of items. I took out my seats and seatbelts before I installed the carpet. I cut holes for the bolts in the carpet and then reinstalled the seats and belts on top of the carpet. It holds the carpet in place and also has a better look to it (IMO), Now I have to order the rear carpet and do it next.
What is the difference between the one with center console and the one without it?
Asked by Stephen from on
Hi Stephen The Premium Front Floor Liner with Center Console will be cut out for the console to bolt down, without will have the material across the floor. Thanks
Answered by LWiff from on
What color is the "rug"? Would it be comparable to the 2005 stock slate interior color
Asked by Jeff from San Diego, ca on
Hi Jeff, Yes, this floor liner from BedRug is a black/gray twill pattern, very similar to the slate color that comes on the Jeep TJ's. Thanks for the inquiry!
Answered by Jim G from San Diego, ca on
I have a 2000 wrangler with no center console, I do have the console for the stick shift...just not the ones between the seats. Does this fit perfectly just around the e-brake with rubber boot.
Asked by Mtgulbranson from Whidbey Island, Wa on
Thanks for the question Mtgulbranson, yes this kit will fit around the shifter and e-brake with NO center consoul between the seats.
Answered by lance from Whidbey Island, Wa on
BedRug Cargo Liner Kits
Tennessee-based BedRug began as a TOP foam composites manufacturer and has branched out to include the plastic non-woven carpet and the TPO composite that creates products like BedTred and their various mats. Carpet kits for Jeeps are great for replacing dirty, worn out carpets and BedRug has kits compatible with a wide variety of Jeep models from different years. Floor-covering and tailgate mats are essential in settings like garages, trailers and vehicles and their resistance to chemicals without containing any prohibited or declarable substances makes them valuable accessories. BedRug liners are easy to install with a polypropylene waterproof spray-in look and will not stain. Shop BedRug Now