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Husky Weatherbeater Liner plus Factory Floor Mat Combo


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#1 OFFLINE   scn101

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Posted 22 February 2014 - 11:41 AM

As many on this site I too was a bit unhappy with the coverage of the factory floor mat, premium or standard.  I ended up buying a set of Husky Weatherbeater Liners (p/n 99751) from a2ztruckstuff.com, $99.95 delivered.  Ordered on a Wed and had them by FedEx ground on Friday, so no complaints on service.

 

My intent was to also leave the stock mats in place.  I cut out the two "towers" on the driver's side liner that cover the factory floor mat anchor posts so that when the liner is installed the factory mat can still be anchored.  I am happy with the result.  I live in Texas so there's little need for the liners to catch melting snow but I wanted the coverage the liner provides on the dead pedal and up the fire wall so I'm not worried about the two holes that I had to cut in the liner.  Now I have full liner coverage and the pleasing aesthetic of the factory mat.

 

Pictures are attached so you can judge for yourself if cutting the liner makes sense to you.  (I have no idea why one pic is upside down when posted!)

 

On the passenger side no alteration is need, the factory mat can still be placed there.  I *may* Velcro the mat to the liner if I find the passenger side slips.  I will not be installing the rear, just don't need the liner in the back.

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#2 OFFLINE   SteveB_TX

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Posted 22 February 2014 - 06:40 PM

Very interesting.  :)


White Platinum Metallic Tri-Coat

Light Dune Leather interior

All of the bells and whistles (without that silly panoramic roof).

 

 

 

 

 


#3 OFFLINE   tr7driver

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 04:14 PM

I installed a set of the Husky liners on Saturday.  I was a little disappointed they didn't cover a little more of the area, especially in front of the seat as I usually put it all the way back.  I remembered laughing at the sales man when said how protective the floor mats are.  I told him I had handkerchiefs that were bigger than the floor mat. If it ever warms up I got to do a lot of cleaning.

 

 

 

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