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post #1 of 11 Old 01-08-2020, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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Rear Seat Back Protector/Full Cargo Liner...

Going through some life changes so the TH will soon be my only vehicle for a while. Trying to protect the interior as much as possible. I'm a big fan of Weathertech stuff so I already have the full mat set & rear cargo liner. However, I am looking for something to protect the back of the 2nd row seats while I have them folded down. I race bikes (BMX/MTB) so the seats will be folded down a lot with the bikes inside & I also have a dog. Do you guys have any that you have personally used or would suggest?

Here are some I've found...

https://www.canvasback.com/index.php...2011-2015.html


I like how much protection this offers with the sides as well but really don't like the pattern.





Not for the GC TH but really like that setup...

https://accessories.chevrolet.com/pr...t&model=Blazer
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post #2 of 11 Old 01-08-2020, 11:18 PM
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I just got a Husky liner for mine, but may cut down a BedMat I have, intended for a Suburban.

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For you dog this would be good but I feel like your bikes just need to be steady so your interior won't be ruined.
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Don’t forget your rear doors have leather on them and it’s not difficult to scuff. Idk about non-leather interior.
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For you dog this would be good but I feel like your bikes just need to be steady so your interior won't be ruined.
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Dont forget your rear doors have leather on them and its not difficult to scuff. Idk about non-leather interior.
I think the rear door panels are what I'm most worried about. Hate for that red leather to get scuffed. I have small racks/stands I use for the bikes when they are inside my SUV. I take the front wheel off & the bikes are stood up, upside down on the handlebars & the rear tire goes in the rack/stand. I usually pack things around the bikes to ensure that they don't move around or somehow fall over.

Was trying to see if anyone had experience with a full cargo liner/protector. Sometimes it's hard to tell quality by the pictures. Would hate to spend money on something because pictures made it look good but it ends up being poor quality/piece of sh*t.
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Weathertech of course on the rear part....
then carpet over the rear seats when they are down...the kind of carpet they use at entry doors.
Comercial style. was the perfect size.
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Weathertech of course on the rear part....
then carpet over the rear seats when they are down...the kind of carpet they use at entry doors.
Comercial style. was the perfect size.
Already have the Weathtech cargo mat in there, looking for something to protect the back of the 2nd row seating, etc. I would prefer to install & keep some type of liner/protector in the rear but that's not a bad idea.
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post #8 of 11 Old 01-14-2020, 10:59 PM
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Currently still using my factory mat but would change it probably in March. I'm suggesting you would just get an all-weather mat so you can just remove it and wash it to really get rid of the dirt. What I have for my renegade is this https://www.jeepsareus.com/sku/82214194ab-fs.html. Get a mat with a liner on the side.
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This is what I use.
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This is what I use.
Simple & easy, thanks for the picture.
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