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Where did you buy your Husky's ?


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#1 OFFLINE   MTLFusion2010

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Posted 14 December 2010 - 07:22 PM

I am thinking of buying the Husky liners for my 2010 Fusion. They are not available in Canada so I must order them online.
I would appreciate your feedback regarding which online merchant did you buy them from and whether your would recommend them?







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#2 OFFLINE   fusionff

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Posted 15 December 2010 - 05:29 PM

I have the Husky Liners and would absolutely recommend them. They fit perfect and look great. I got them from Husky's website, I saw them cheaper on other sites, but the rear mats pictured were separate mats. I wanted to be sure that the correct mats arrived, one solid mat across the rear floor. They are well worth the money. If you have AWD, the website says the rear mats will not fit. (FYI)

http://www.huskyline...=24#ColorChange

Here are the Husky mats in my Fusion.

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Edited by fusionff, 15 December 2010 - 05:31 PM.

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#3 OFFLINE   Larryh86GT

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Posted 16 December 2010 - 02:43 PM

[size="3"]I have the Husky Liners and would absolutely recommend them. They fit perfect and look great. I got them from Husky's website, I saw them cheaper on other sites, but the rear mats pictured were separate mats. I wanted to be sure that the correct mats arrived, one solid mat across the rear floor. They are well worth the money. If you have AWD, the website says the rear mats will not fit. (FYI)




I just bought a set of the Husky Liners on-line. And like you say the picture shows the rear mats as separate mats. But when I click on the installation instructions it shows them as one piece going over the hump. And also they are careful to have you designate FWD and not AWD. So I have ordered them and I'll advise.
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#4 OFFLINE   Fuze-ion

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Posted 20 December 2010 - 01:14 PM

I purchased from: Streetsideauto.com I ahve the same ones as pictured, but in Grey. I am very happy with them. I actually use the carpeted mats inside the Liners, in the SummerTime.
http://www.streetsid...43011/#features

#5 OFFLINE   Larryh86GT

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Posted 23 December 2010 - 02:10 PM

My Husky liners arrived. They came in a factory sealed box with the lifetime warranty. The backseat liner is the 1 piece liner that goes from side to side over the hump.

http://www.autoanything.com/

$90 and change for the front and rear liners after signing up for emails and discounts from these folks. I found if you go and add items to the cart and then exit the site it triggered 10% and finally a 15% discount emails off the 105.00 pricetag. And free shipping.

I really like these liners. They fit like a glove. :happy feet: :happy feet: :happy feet:


Larry

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#6 OFFLINE   MTLFusion2010

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Posted 26 December 2010 - 08:48 AM

My Husky liners arrived. They came in a factory sealed box with the lifetime warranty. The backseat liner is the 1 piece liner that goes from side to side over the hump.

http://www.autoanything.com/

$90 and change for the front and rear liners after signing up for emails and discounts from these folks. I found if you go and add items to the cart and then exit the site it triggered 10% and finally a 15% discount emails off the 105.00 pricetag. And free shipping.

I really like these liners. They fit like a glove. :happy feet: :happy feet: :happy feet:


Larry


Hi Larry,
I think I should move south. $90 is a bargain. I went through the check-out with autoanything.com and could not proceed because Canadian orders must exceed $150 to qualify for shipping. They would not even quote me a shipping cost for lesser amounts.
I am looking for someone in Montreal who wants them as well so we can pool our orders.
Cheers

#7 OFFLINE   MrToesterMAN

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Posted 08 January 2011 - 06:24 PM

Hi Larry,
I think I should move south. $90 is a bargain. I went through the check-out with autoanything.com and could not proceed because Canadian orders must exceed $150 to qualify for shipping. They would not even quote me a shipping cost for lesser amounts.
I am looking for someone in Montreal who wants them as well so we can pool our orders.
Cheers



im willing to buy 2 sets and we can get he discount and then i can ship you your set.

but then shipping will cost more?

Edited by MrToesterMAN, 08 January 2011 - 07:46 PM.





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