Trust me I want to bed line the interior as much as the next guy but my issue is I'm not sure if it will kill my warranty early. I would like to keep that as long as possible. After 36,000 miles/ 3 years I'm doing what ever.Being a grumpy old fart here. DO NOT HAVE CARPET IN A JEEP. I've had Jeeps for something like 47 years and every Jeep that had carpet on the floor had rust issues. My MB, the CJ3B, my neighbors CJ7. As soon as I bought the Commando, I cut the carpet out. Oh, look, just some surface rust that I used some rust converter on. You can do what you want but I just told you what I experienced over the years.
What part of the warranty are you killing by pulling out the carpet? Your warranty issues when arise are fine as long as any mods did not cause them. I think you pulling the carpet out would not effect anything with the warranty that I can think of.Trust me I want to bed line the interior as much as the next guy but my issue is I'm not sure if it will kill my warranty early. I would like to keep that as long as possible. After 36,000 miles/ 3 years I'm doing what ever.
I get that reference! #RepublicofTexas Good to see another central Texican on the forums! Hidden falls is awesome! The trails are beautiful and challenging on some of the higher end trails. I scarped my frame about 4 times because I don't have a lift on my Jeep. I used to have a 4th gen 4Runner but I sold it because it was 2WD. Love both of the rigs man!Hey, welcome from another central Texican. Until recently my parents lived in Marble Falls but would you believe I've never been to Hidden Falls? My daughter is about to turn 16 and is convinced the JKU will be hers. She's probably right so I'll be in the T4R pretty soon.
The back seat is a pain to get into and out of anyway. I was getting in the rear to install them and nocked my head hard on the hardtop!Have the same grab bars in my 2014 Rubicon 4dr, agree on the front install, Also beware when you get out of back seat, have had several of family hit heads on the rear bars.
Wife and I just got back from trip to Orlando in the Jeep, wasn't bad at all. Kinda nice being on the highway for a change, spend 90% of my time here on the ranch in the Coastal Bend area of Texas.
This is the 17th Jeep I have owned .Got First CJ5 new in 1975, have had Jeeps ever since. Mine is loaded with radio gear, ham, and our ranch business radio. Last 4 Jeeps , I have left stock, I'm 62 now and climbing in and out of a lifted Jeep is not that much fun any more, the Rubicons are plenty well built for what I do here at the ranch without rebuilding them anyway. I also still own a 2008 4dr that we keep at a house we have in Rockport ,Tx. Hard to beat a Wrangler in my opinion.