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looking for first hand info on replacement carpet set for my 95. Who sells a nice OEM style? Thanks all


I have been through a ton of ebay ads but its hard to tell whats nice and whats crap. Hoping someone on here has purchased and installed and can comment on quality.

my girlfriend has been on me to buy a newer truck . . . . had to break it to her I'm not likely ever going to have anything newer then 1996 . . . . . .
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When I replaced the carpet and seat covers in my 79, I got the seat covers from Stock Interiors. Fit real nice and were very nice quality. And got the carpet from Bronco Graveyard. They fit good too and were nice.

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Jeffs is only an hour away from me and pricing looks good i think i may run up there. Thanks for the info was hoping someone would jump on that used a set from them.
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I got my carpet from Stock Interiors, and though I haven't installed it yet, it looks to be very good quality stuff; I bought the full kit, as well as the late 90s tailgate carpet piece, with mass backing, for future reference

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I wasn't to impressed with the Stock Interiors stuff, the carpet was thin as well as the backing...compared to the factory stuff anyway.
The lack of "thickness" in the carpet and backing has my feet roasting on long trips

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I got mine from JBG a few years back. They outsource to Auto Custom Carpets. The fit was good. Like the other brands the padding wasn't as think up front as the OEM and there was not any padding for the rear. The only thing I didn't like but learned to live with was the mold over the tranny tunnel. It kind of just laid over the tunnel and didn't form into the creases. There maybe a way to fix that issue or just get a longer console and never see it again.
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The above matches my experience with the ACC carpet. I switched from mocha to black. Because of this I ended up cutting out the carpet that goes over the tunnel cover, covering the cover in carpet, and then screwed the cover back down over the floor carpet.

I am running a np208 case so the shifter is a bit different then what should be in a 92-96.
Doing this with the cover and using some bigger screws gave me a different look which I like, and I have removed the cover for various things so it worked out. That is the only place I did not really like the fit of the ACC carpet kit, everything else was more then acceptable.
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Rockauto has the best pricing with shipping for ACC carpeting, both with and without padding. I ordered some today. I'll let you know how it looks when I get it put in.

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Rockauto has the best pricing with shipping for ACC carpeting, both with and without padding.
That's where I got mine too. Just haven't got to installing it yet...
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I did my 1993 and a friend's 1995 with the full kit(s) from OC Auto Carpets. They are always running a 50% off sale... even right now actually! They sell the ACC (Auto Custom Carpets) brand. You have options for padding, etc. Like standard and mass backing. I also bought a roll of extra Jute padding via eBay for CHEAP and added it to the back section and anywhere else I felt the need for some that was not already on the back of the carpet.

So, for example, right now on Automotive Carpet & Vinyl Flooring, Trunk Mats, & Sound Deadeners the 1993 Ford Bronco Complete Cutpile set is $260.74 with the sale.

The competed project didn't take long at all and looks perfect. I couldn't be happier. It makes the whole truck look like new, night and day!
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I have ACC carpet in my bronco. It was easy to install. I got the middle priced option and wish I had gotten the Mass Back option now. Its not bad carpet. The molding was not very well defined like original carpet, but its OK. I would highly recommend getting the foil backed Jute pad from LMC truck to go with it. I got it with mine and it is nice. One section will do just the cab to about 12 inches before the jump to the rear cargo area, so it will take 3 sections to do the entire floor.

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great stuff, i keep forgetting about RockAuto. I have to actually run across Michigan this weekend and will be coming by JBG on Monday i may give that one a shot. Plus i need a few other things. Adding extra jute and the foil backed stuff is a good idea. Any install pics guys? dont necessarily need them but i like talking about Broncos and Bronco related projects lol (going to pick up a 96 XLT today to add to the fleet sold/traded off my 96 F150 )

I like the Dynamat type kits from Jeffs for just over a hundy seems like a decent deal. I have a buddy that is in the commercial/industrial insulation biz i am going to have to see if they have something comparable

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LMC has some nice looking carpets. but I'm thinking that I'm going to swap my carpet for the rubber mat. My Ranger Edge has a factory Rubber mat, and it's so easy to keep clean.
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looking at the sets from JBG and notice they do not have tan. Would that be the medium mocha?

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OC Auto Carpets lists the "9197 Medium Mocha" which is what we used on the 1995 Eddie Bauer we did. That color was spot on. Remember, they sell the ACC carpets product.

Also, for Hushmat and other sound deadners, check their "Sound Deadners" page for all options including EVA, foil backed, mastic, Hushmat, etc. EIther pre-cut or square sheets. Their 50% off sales cover those items too. Still shop around for best price, but they are always near the bottom $$$

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OC Auto Carpets lists the "9197 Medium Mocha" which is what we used on the 1995 Eddie Bauer we did. That color was spot on. Remember, they sell the ACC carpets product.

Also, for Hushmat and other sound deadners, check their "Sound Deadners" page for all options including EVA, foil backed, mastic, Hushmat, etc. EIther pre-cut or square sheets. Their 50% off sales cover those items too. Still shop around for best price, but they are always near the bottom $$$

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so the Mocha is the light tan color? just verifying before i order.

Looking at the OC sight all their prices are twice everyone elses and the %50 off barely brings it down to on par with what everyone sells for anyway . . . . well as long as the quality is good

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I'd just call them and ask for a sample. I will tell you this, I've heard other friends complain about carpet colors and refuse to accept that their original 20+ year old carpet has changed color in all sorts of ways over the years. The new stuff is great as long as you stick with ACC brand in my opinion (OC Auto, Rock Auto, etc.). Check to see who has the cheapest after shipping & tax and order from the lowest. For piece of mind, I'd ask for samples though, seriously.


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so the Mocha is the light tan color? just verifying before i order.

Looking at the OC sight all their prices are twice everyone elses and the %50 off barely brings it down to on par with what everyone sells for anyway . . . . well as long as the quality is good
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On ebay, the complete ACC carpet sets they sell, never include the tailgate carpet. It has to be bought separately.

Has anyone had any color matching problems with tailgate carpet and the ACC carpet sets?

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Does anyone have a source for light grey screw plastic caps for the tailgate carpet?

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Does anyone have a source for light grey screw plastic caps for the tailgate carpet?
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