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Husky Unlimited Cargo Liner

Husky Unlimited Cargo Liner

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I finally decided to put a cargo liner in the back since my Jeep has turned into the Home improvement story supply carrier for my remodeling projects.  I’ve discovered that vacuuming mortar and groute mix out of the carpet is a time consuming project, and just pray that you never get this stuff wet inside the back of the Jeep.  I looked around at a few cargo liners, and Husky seemed to be that best one for the price.

The husky liner will fit the rear with or without the subwoofer installed; you just need to trim it

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Tools Needed:
Scissors if subwoofer installed

 

Installation:

1. Vacuum out your cargo area.  As you can see mine is pretty bad.  That’s concrete from carrying seven 1/2” 3x5 sheets of concrete board.  The subwoofer is a little scraped up, but it’s just the plastic housing.

2. If you do not have the subwoofer, the cargo liner just slides right in and your done.

2. If you have the subwoofer installed you will need to trim off the small tray on the right side of the cargo liner.  The instructions show a good picture of the lip where you trim along. 

I decided to keep the tray for some unknown project in the future. 

3. Insert the cargo liner in the back of the Jeep and your done.

Husky does note that upon removal from the box the liner will not completely unroll and lay flat.  This is normal and only temporary.  Just place the liner on the floor or in the back of your vehicle with a weight in each corner.  After about 15 minutes, your liner will remain flat.  I discovered that it takes quite a bit longer than this to get it to lay flat.  My suggestion is lay it in the back and let the normal day’s heat take care of it, or lay it out in the sun and let it get nice and warm.  Um don’t forget that it’s kind of hot after this.

(Note from Husky) If you need to clean it just used a damp cloth or sponge, glass clearner, or 409 work, but DO NOT use Armor All, Son-of-a-Gun or similar products on it.

 

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