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Old 12-10-2015, 12:51 PM   #1
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Fellow RV's with Jeeps I recently installed a headliner in my 2012 wrangler unlimited. I would highly recommend this product it keeps the interior much cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, it also cuts down on noise and looks better. If you are interested check out Hothead Headliners for Jeeps, talk to Mark the owner he will help you out.

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A friend of mine just put one in his '12. Looks great. He hasn't had it in the summer, but it makes sense. It's on my Christmas list.

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This must be something for the hardtop eh. More importantly, if you own a Wrangler, check the carpets for water. I am on my third Wrangler in seven years, one was the Unlimited, each had water leaks on one or both sides which allows water into the foot wells. My latest, a 2016 Rubicon two door leaks only on the passenger side, a blessing, only one to fix. The water will live in the pad under the carpet unless you get a really heavy rain, then it might soak into the entire carpet.
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