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Hi everyone,

I am from Armorlite. I am here to share what we have been working on, help answer any questions, and most of all get your feedback on the floor system.

Armorlite is a COMPLETE all weather carpet replacement.

Here is a quick picture I snapped when we were test fitting prototypes, this is side by side Armorlite vs stock carpet.


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Here you have a side by side of an Armorlite prototype floor next to a stock floor from a 2021 Diesel Wrangler Unlimited. The Diesel floor has the thickest system because it is combating the extra noise from the engine.

The stock floor comes in at around 3/16" thick. Our system combined is about 1", in some areas that receive more compression that area gets compacted to about 3/4"

The Insulation you see is a special woven polyester, it is designed to not hold water or mildew. The top layer is a semi rigid proprietary composite. It is grippy and has the right amount of grit for traction and will never wear a hole from your heal.

It drastically cuts down on heat coming from the floorboard, and also helps keep the heat in during the winter.

Cuts down on road noise and makes the overall cabin feel much quieter. Even with noisy tires you can hold a conversation with ease.

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Here it is installed, the Orange (also available in black) drain plug continues down past the sheet metal, this allows you to rinse out your floors easy without removing them allowing the water to run out of the vehicle.
The floor fits tight to the floor, it isn't floppy, does not need heat to shrink it to fit better.
Built in water channels keep mud snow and water from seeping underneath, and again the drain plug gives it a way out.

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Here are the rears. Same drain plugs as the front. Resistant to Mud, Snow, Salt, Dog Poop, Dog Hair, Milkshakes, Baby Fluids, Margarita Mix, Grease and Hunting trophy's
Durable enough to resist damage from heavy parts for your old Jeep, your drunk buddies pocket knife, football cleats, Ammo cans, Bear Traps, Raccoons and even Badgers. ( Some of these are not lab tested, but safe to assume)

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Head over to GoArmorlite.com

Again, questions comments etc, ask away, or DM me.

You can also email me direct at [email protected]

So you know we are serious bout sound and heat, here is our Demo JK jeep in our test facility on a simulated cobble stone road (drum) .... on 37's

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These look great, I have questions.
1. Are you making them for the 2 door Wrangler?
2. Do you have to take the seats out to install?
3. Can you purchase for the fronts only (99% of the time, I have my rear seats folded up).
4. Anything for the cargo area?
 
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They should give some away to solicit some positive reviews. Fonzilla and I call dibs
I may be wrangling up some product for a give away in the near future. But need to make sure all of the folks who ordered get their product first.
 
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These look great, I have questions.
1. Are you making them for the 2 door Wrangler?
2. Do you have to take the seats out to install?
3. Can you purchase for the fronts only (99% of the time, I have my rear seats folded up).
4. Anything for the cargo area?
1. Yes you can order the fronts only, which fit 2 door and 4 door models.
2. For the JL you need to unbolt the front seat to get it in, but you do not have to unplug the seat or remove from vehicle, just rock it back. The bolts are the same Torx bit that comes in your stock tool kit.
3. Yes see link below
4. The Cargo mat like we sell for the JK is still getting close to production. You can order it separate once it comes out.

This link is for fronts only which fit 2dr and 4dr
https://goarmorlite.com/products/jeep-wrangler-front-flooring?variant=37466411532452
 

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I just saw these pop up on FB today and they look really good!!!
 

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Is the lip on the outboard side tall enough to keep water etc from running under the liner, and getting trapped under the liners ? I found this to be a problem with Bedtred, water could just run over the outboard side, soak the floor under the liner
 

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Do the floor plugs seal at the actual sheet metal floor along with the mat to keep water from getting under the mat from under the body?

Scott
 
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Is the lip on the outboard side tall enough to keep water etc from running under the liner, and getting trapped under the liners ? I found this to be a problem with Bedtred, water could just run over the outboard side, soak the floor under the liner
Yes it has 2 ridges one before it gets to the door sill cover, then one under it, both channel to the plugs.
Now if you drive into a river and the water is to your ankles, that is different. But the Insulation is a hydrophobic polyester so it won't hold water, and it won't develop mold in the fibers. So you are still better off then anything else that has any insulation properties. But for 95% of the wheeling they work great. We have done several years of Jeep Jamborees in our test Jeep and I personally have put them to the test, with great success.
 
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Do the floor plugs seal at the actual sheet metal floor along with the mat to keep water from getting under the mat from under the body?

Scott
Yup,
They use the stock plug location, the plugs push past the sheet metal and have several ribs. You will notice how well they seal because it takes some effort to push them in.
Water will not come in from underneath (these are actually tighter than the stock ones) and if you want to hold water in them to break down mud it will hold water up top until you open the plug. Now the holding water is not necessary but there is a you tube review where a guy does this.
 

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1. Yes you can order the fronts only, which fit 2 door and 4 door models.
2. For the JL you need to unbolt the front seat to get it in, but you do not have to unplug the seat or remove from vehicle, just rock it back. The bolts are the same Torx bit that comes in your stock tool kit.
3. Yes see link below
4. The Cargo mat like we sell for the JK is still getting close to production. You can order it separate once it comes out.

This link is for fronts only which fit 2dr and 4dr
https://goarmorlite.com/products/jeep-wrangler-front-flooring?variant=37466411532452
So there is no rear for 2 door JL?
 
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So there is no rear for 2 door JL?
No, not yet sorry. We have to hit the biggest targets first because the cost of tooling and available manpower.
The front floor goes all the way under the seat past the under seat vent. But does not cover all the way to the rear seat.
Next we are producing the large Cargo tray. Then once we have popped those out we will be focusing on 2 dr rear floors, as well as a system that covers the rear wheel wells. All of this you will be able to purchase separately.
Trust me I am pushing to expand the line as fast as I can. I will post updates in this forum as they come.
 

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