Added these today. They may not be all that functional but I think the look good. And why not for under $30 - I love this vehicle!
I just got these ones. Honestly I have no clue where they were made but they are definitely nice.I’m looking for some that cover painted edges but can’t find any that are not made in china
Where did you get these? Link? Part number? Getting conflicting messages about which will work with the 4xe. Those look like the MOPAR ones. Thanks.
Found them on Amazon. I was about to spend $50 or more on other websites and then saw these on Amazon for cheaper.Where did you get these? Link? Part number? Getting conflicting messages about which will work with the 4xe. Those look like the MOPAR ones. Thanks.
I just bought those. Looks like a lot of coverage. 👍I used the following from rugged ridge.
I opted for these because they do protect the door sill a little more than some of the others.
I would like them more if they went up the door sill a little further.
I do like that the material they’re made of because it is flexible, this made it really easy to install and match up with the existing trim.
I would get these again. If not I would potentially use some PPF but I think that would be a lot harder to install over all the ridges in the sill.
These look similar to Aaron’s suggestion.
I have not had any issues closing the doors either.
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It's a bit too pricey, but they look really good. Should've been priced under $100, especially since they are not as large as the plastic ones and the material is just okay. BTW, that HA interior looks great!
The part that really needs covering and is ALWAYS dirty for me is the black plastic that is between the interior of the door silll and the seat. My feet always messes it up every time I enter the Jeep and it is filled with sand and mud scrapes.