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Will the 2011 four door mats fit in my 2019 jlu Sahara. Thanks
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The JK and JL are two different body styles, so unfortunately they won't fit.
 

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Not even close.
 
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Darn. Ok thanks guys.
 

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FWIW: if you are looking for slush mats, I’d skip the Mopars. They look great, but have a smooth surface that makes them look constantly filthy.

If I were looking for slush mats I’d look at Quadratec, Husky and WeatherTech.
 

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FWIW: if you are looking for slush mats, I’d skip the Mopars. They look great, but have a smooth surface that makes them look constantly filthy.
I completely agree. The JK/JKU slush mats were SO much better with deep grooves and a heavy, more rubbery composition:

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I use the JKU slush mats in my JLU, it's not an exact fit, but it does the job, if you are tracking a lot of snow, or dealing with mud, best to get the proper JL mats.

For light duty the JKU mats work for me.

I also use the JK grab handles.

JK wheels also work.
 

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FWIW: if you are looking for slush mats, I’d skip the Mopars. They look great, but have a smooth surface that makes them look constantly filthy.

If I were looking for slush mats I’d look at Quadratec, Husky and WeatherTech.
This is true of Mopar mats; from personal ownership experience.

WeatherTech are made in USA. Not sure about the other ones.
 

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Weathertech mats are more of a plastic texture and Huskies are more rubber like.

I’m liking the offerings from BedRug. They have their bed rug material carpet replacement and the also offer a vinyl floor replacement. I just haven’t seen them in person.
 

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I completely agree. The JK/JKU slush mats were SO much better with deep grooves and a heavy, more rubbery composition:

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Good user name, I approve.

Actual rubber content on everything has decreased drastically in the past decade or two; trashcans certainly don't bounce back as much anymore.

But, horses for courses; it depends on if OP wants to drain the grit down the plug, or take them out and hose it out of their mats.
 

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Quadratec also made in USA, just looked. Seems like a lot of people buy these and like them.

As mentioned above, I own Mopar and they look really good and I am really a fan of OEM look so was willing to pay the premium on them. But yeah, they really show dirt. That said, they are floor mats. Right?
 

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I’ve never seen this thread before. I was going to ask you guys why when my mats get muddy, I pull them out, scrub them, it looks great when they’re wet but when they dry there’s those mud stains again.
Thanks Aldo and Tim.
 

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I have used weathertech, husky, knock off weathertech and now the mopar ones over the past 20 years of driving. They all looked stained after washing if you get mud on them.

Granted I haven’t ever spent the money for the proprietary cleaners. You can get them pretty clean if you scrub with a toothbrush.

FWIW I like my mopar ones, the drain is a nice feature for winter. Also, got a complete set on eBay for $80 from Bam wholesale, they we’re supposedly used but had the tags on them still and came in a factory box.
 
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