Carpet, hmmm... I like the way it looks, but for the most part, the carpet you buy for jeeps is pretty thin stuff. Try buying and cutting your own with thicker style indoor/outdoor carpet. I like carpet because the stuff inside the jeep (attached or not) rattles less. Carpet dust/dirt vaccums easier than metal or spray liners. What I did on my CJ7 was spray the entire tub and floors with spray liner, but that gets dusty and is hard to keep clean looking. I got some thick rubber bottomed outdoor carpet and cut a piece for the rear tub, under the seats, and up to the feet area. the tranny hump is hard to mold carpet to so I left that alone and put a flimsy rubber mat down the middle. The jeep now runs quieter and the carpet is completely removable for cleaning and airing out. If I know it's going to get messy, I remove it all anyway. As far as the feet area goes, I have those thick rubber deep grooved floor mats, that covers most of that area anyway. Good Luck
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