- Shipping Weight: 7lb
- Shipping Dimensions: 36in x 6in x 6in (L x W x H)
Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JL)
- 2020 Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JL)
- 2019 Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JL)
- 2018 Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JL)
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Dirtydog 4X4 Rear Cargo Liner Reviews
So good, it literally saved a life.
I was out this weekend wheeling when, very deep into a trail, someone on an ATV wrecked and had life threatening injuries. The EMTs could barely get out there and couldn't bring barely any gear. I had the great idea to grab my Dirtydog liner and we were able to get the guy onto it so we could pick him up and place him in the back of a Gladiator and eventually a Gator to get him out of the trail to be air lifted to a hospital. It is definitely very strong because the injured person had to have weighed 250-300 and there was no sign of it ripping. Unfortunately, I don't have my cargo liner any more, but I can go over how much I liked it before it was gone!
I don't think it is worth taking a star off, but the install is tedious. Sticking the pipe through the holes in the cover was annoying and took me way longer than I figured it would. The holes are exactly the same size as the pipe so it took a while for me to wiggle it in. Other than that, the install is very easy. It gives amazing coverage in the back of my 2 door JL and all the dog hair that was previously in my carpet can be swept out. I also like how high up the seats that it goes, stops my dog from trying to jump up at me. Obviously the material is very strong, if it wasn't obvious from my story, but very scratch resistant as well. I would absolutely recommend this.
The good, the bad, and the ugly. It says give yourself 15 minutes to install. Make that 45-60. Why? The directions are poor at best. It says nothing about what to do with the straps underneath. I used mine to further tie down the product to the floor (I removed my back seat) Of the extra snaps that are on the sides. Hook the two pieces of rob together to form the 50" rod. You may need to cut the slits a 1/4 inch to get the rod to go thru the top. All in all, if you have a good head on your shoulders, you can figure it out, and make adjustments so that it fits your needs. It's not a perfect fit, but it's pretty close. Now for the quality. It's great. Good, strong material. Ties and straps seem to be strong. I think overall, considering what's on the market, this can work for most people who want cargo area protection.