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Dirty Dog 4x4 Cargo Liner; Black (18-20 Jeep Wrangler JL 4 Door)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Hey, guys. So, today I'm here with the Door Dirty Dog 4x4 Cargo Liner in black, fitting all 2018 and newer Ford or JL Wranglers. Now, this is gonna be built tough, made of a waterproof abrasion fabric material which is going to prevent any mud, dirt or water from getting through, but it's also gonna prevent any hard chemicals from getting through, like any grease or oils.This is also gonna have a couple of different features that I really like about this cargo liner. So, first of all, this is not only gonna protect your carpets but it's gonna protect the whole back of your cargo area. So, you do have sides that are gonna cover up your trim. You have a gate protector that's gonna cover up your tailgate as well as your bumper if you're loading anything large in and out of your Jeep, and you don't want to scratch up the back of your Wrangler. And this is also gonna protect the front seats and have a support bar to make sure that it is fitting and sitting correctly inside of your cargo area.This is also gonna have a rubber backing to it which is very nice, considering that this is not gonna slide around on you while you're loading anything in and out of your Jeep. So, not only is it gonna do all of that, but it's also going to be very easy to install. So,if you do get it dirty, if you need to take it out, it's gonna be very easy to do that, wash it down and throw it right back in.Now, this is gonna be roughly $200, and I personally like that price point because you're really getting what you pay for with this thing. So, this is gonna be built tough like I said before, so this is going to stand up to a lot and be able to last for a very long time. Not to mention it is gonna have a very form-fit design and that's what I really like about this thing. It does have a couple of attachment points, so it's not gonna be loose-fitting in the back of your Wrangler, and getting in the way when you're trying to load things in and out. But it is going to stay out of the way and look very nice mounted in the back of the Jeep.Now, in comparison to some other options on the site, a lot of the options that you'll see for cargo liners are going to be for these standard carpet protector cargo liner that are made with a thermoplastic material, instead of a fabric material like this. Not only are they just going to only protect the carpets, this is gonna protect everything in the back of your Wrangler.Now there are gonna be a couple of different options that are very similar to this. However, they made different in the fact that some might have storage or some might have cutouts in the bottom to utilize your factory tie-downs. Now, my personal opinion, I think if you don't necessarily need that extra storage or you're not going to use your factory tie-downs, and you're looking for something that's going to hold up for a very long time and do a really good job while doing it, then this is a really good option to take a look at.Now install, like I said, is gonna be very easy at a one-out-of-three wrenches on the difficulty mirror taking you probably 5 to 10 minutes to get this thing installed. So, speaking of the install, let's jump into that now. So, depending on your top, you may need a T50 Torx, a 5-millimeter Allen socket, or a 6-millimeter Allen socket. So, to start off this install, we are gonna start on the ground and attach our support bar as well as all of our straps. Now, you can do this on a table, but this is a pretty large cargo liner, so it's a little bit easier to do it on the floor.So, your support bar is gonna come in two pieces. All we have to do is slide one into the other. Then we can feed it through our cargo liner and there's gonna be a cutout in each section where we can attach a strap. So, in our first section, we're going to attach a cam buckle. As soon as we get it through that first section, we can go to the next. Then on the next section, we're going to attach one of our straps and this is going to be for each of our headrests up at the front of our Wrangler. So, this is gonna wrap around and attach our cargo area out there. And then we can basically repeat that process on the other side with the strap in the middle.Once you have all of these straps through, we can send our crossbar all the way through and center it in our cargo liner. Next, we can strap this to our cargo area.So, next we can go ahead and fold down our seats. Now we can grab our cargo liner and lay it in our cargo area. Now we are gonna have straps underneath the cargo liner. They're going to attach to our rear seat headrest. And then the ones that we just attach on our support bar, those are gonna go around the driver and the passenger seat headrest. So, we're gonna go ahead and lay this in. We can come around to the side and adjust it. Now we can grab our strap from the bottom of our cargo liner and wrap it around our headrest. Now we can go ahead and loop our strap around our top headrest through our cam buckle and then tighten it down. So, we can do the same for the other side and then we can go back and adjust them if we need to.So, what we can do is head towards the back and undo this Velcro and strap this around our roll bar right here. Now, it is going to contain the seatbelt underneath the cargo liner, but that's okay, you probably won't be using those. And then we can do that on the other side so we can secure this down to our body.So, now we can go ahead and attach the sides of our cargo liner to the body of our Wrangler. Now, the attachment process is going to be different if you have a hardtop, a softtop or the power top, so they all are going to differ. Now, if you have a hardtop like we do, this is going to attach with the factory hardware. Now obviously, we don't have a hardtop on here right now. That's just to give you guys a better view of what I'm doing. But if you have a power top or if you have a softtop, you will be using the provided hardware in the kit in order to attach the sides to the body of the Jeep.Now, what I'm gonna do is go ahead and grab our factory hardware. Now, how you're going to attach this is take the smaller strap. We can go ahead and tighten down one of our factory bolts. Now obviously, if you have the hardtop on here, this is going to get sandwiched in between the hardtop and the bolt. So, once that's threaded on and tightened down, we can take our strap from the cargo liner, hook that around and button it down. And then we can continue on the back two bolts and then on the other side.The last step is to install our gate cover. Now, this is going to have Velcro on the side and there's gonna be Velcro on the bottom of our cargo area, so all we have to do is press it on. Now, this is going to cover up your bumper, so when you're loading anything in your cargo area, this is gonna cover it up and protect your bumper. But it's also going to give you a little bit of protection to your tailgate, because when you close it up, we're gonna attach some Velcro on the inside of our tailgate so anything inside your cargo area isn't going to damage the inside of your gate.What I'm gonna do is just clean where we are going to attach our Velcro adhesive, just to make sure that it has the best infusion process. Then once that is dry, we can take our provided Velcro and stick that into place. So, I'm gonna mock this up where I want this to sit, right about here. You can attach that up there and do the same thing for the other side.So, that's gonna wrap it up for my review and install. Make sure you like and subscribe. And for more videos and products like this, always keep it right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Specs & Installation


      • Cargo Liner
      • Black Finish
      • Prevents Grease, Oil, Water, or Your Cargo from Causing Damage to the Cargo Floor
      • Waterproof Abrasive Fabric
      • Rubber Backing for a Tight Fit
      • Covers the Entire Rear Area of Your Cargo Bed
      • Includes a Removable Rear Gate Protector and Bumper
      • One-Year Warranty
      • Easy Installation
      • Designed for the 2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler JL 4 Door


      Go with the Dog. Keep your cargo from suffering hard hits on rocky terrain with the top-grade, black Dirty Dog 4x4 Cargo Liner Black. This rear cargo liner prevents grease, oil, water, or your cargo from causing damage to the cargo floor using high-quality, waterproof abrasive fabric with rubber backing to fit firmly in place.

      Covers Your Entire Area. This cargo liner is designed to cover the entire rear area of your cargo bed. It also includes a removable back gate protector and bumper with easy rear door access.

      Warranty. This cargo liner comes with a 1-year warranty that protects against defects in the workmanship and materials.

      Installation. Installation time takes no more than a few minutes. Just use the existing attachment points on your Jeep to fasten the cargo liner in place.

      Application. The black Dirty Dog 4x4 Cargo Liner is designed for the 2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler JL 4 Door.

      Fitment: 2018 2019 2020

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