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    Quote Originally Posted by JKEmmy View Post
    Well, I think it's time. I've been chasing leaks for a couple rainy seasons now and I can't seem to stop them, only slow them. So I suppose pulling out the carpet and lining the inside is the way to go! I'd like to hear the latest and greatest on opinions. I'd like a good liner, maybe with some insulation. I've heard about lizard skin but nothing else or if there any good. Whatchyall got!
    Linex did mine. Got the premium version. I love it. Don't worry about the little leaks anymore. No noticeable increase in road noise or heat issues. I don't even use my floor mats anymore. Easy clean up.20171215_122241.jpg20171215_122213.jpg20171215_122227.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlered_jk View Post
    Linex did mine. Got the premium version. I love it. Don't worry about the little leaks anymore. No noticeable increase in road noise or heat issues. I don't even use my floor mats anymore. Easy clean up.20171215_122241.jpg20171215_122213.jpg20171215_122227.jpg

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    That looks great!! Did you prep it for them? What was the approximate cost (if you don't mind me asking)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpefy3 View Post
    That looks great!! Did you prep it for them? What was the approximate cost (if you don't mind me asking)?
    The only prep work they requested when is to take the carpet, back seat, drain plugs and back tailgate plastics off. When I had it down there they gave me a call and asked me if I would like the material over the sides of the tub and around the corners of the tailgate area top. I said yeah why not. Protects the top rails from scuffs. Only cost me $700. I left it down there for a week since it's about a 3-hour drive for me. Dropped off one weekend picked up the next. Very pleased with the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlered_jk View Post
    The only prep work they requested when is to take the carpet, back seat, drain plugs and back tailgate plastics off. When I had it down there they gave me a call and asked me if I would like the material over the sides of the tub and around the corners of the tailgate area top. I said yeah why not. Protects the top rails from scuffs. Only cost me $700. I left it down there for a week since it's about a 3-hour drive for me. Dropped off one weekend picked up the next. Very pleased with the job.

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    That looks great! When my carpets finally start stinking from water infiltration. Or I get sick of pulling them every time the F-ing door seals leak. I'm definitely going this route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlered_jk View Post
    The only prep work they requested when is to take the carpet, back seat, drain plugs and back tailgate plastics off. When I had it down there they gave me a call and asked me if I would like the material over the sides of the tub and around the corners of the tailgate area top. I said yeah why not. Protects the top rails from scuffs. Only cost me $700. I left it down there for a week since it's about a 3-hour drive for me. Dropped off one weekend picked up the next. Very pleased with the job.

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    Thatís a pretty sweet deal. I got quoted $2k to do mine here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by -AINOKEA- View Post
    Thatís a pretty sweet deal. I got quoted $2k to do mine here.


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    Ouch. Yeah way high on that price

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlered_jk View Post
    Ouch. Yeah way high on that price

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    Yeah... but itís also a 4 door and everythingís more expensive in Hawaii.


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    Quote Originally Posted by -AINOKEA- View Post
    Thatís a pretty sweet deal. I got quoted $2k to do mine here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by littlered_jk View Post
    Ouch. Yeah way high on that price

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    Quote Originally Posted by -AINOKEA- View Post
    Yeah... but itís also a 4 door and everythingís more expensive in Hawaii.


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    Welcome to Hawaii brah...land of the $6.00 gallon of milk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Welcome to Hawaii brah...land of the $6.00 gallon of milk...
    Iíve seen $10 gallon milk in some places. Itís insane.


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    I had mine linexíd in November. Havenít noticed sound increase, but I havenít put my doors on either, so thereís that. I like it and donít regret yet, it looks good and is easy to clean. I removed the carpet, back bench, shotgun seat and drove it there. They removed the driver seat and wires, plugged holes and thatís it. $800. My only complaint with them, was they linexíd over a couple bolts for the rear bench. They were happy to scrape it off.


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