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Old 04-14-2009, 07:25 PM
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Floor Mats and Mud Flaps

I want to install a complete set of mats (front, middle, rear seating areas and cargo area). I am looking for advice about which ones fit the best. I want all weather, rubber mats that fit perfectly.

I am also looking for advice about mud flaps. I keep finding flaps that will fit without flares. Does anyone know if this means the factory flares that come standard with the Eddie Bauer keeps these from being an option? If this is a problem, which flaps will fit with those flares?

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I have black husky liners complete package from front to the back. They fit really well, durable and look real good. I have the Limited package and the black breaks up the tan interior. If you don't like the rougher diamond plate look/feel the Husky's have, Catch All I think it is makes some that have a tamed down cover, but provide the same protection.
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Husky's all the way in my Ex. You will love the back cargo liner if a bottle of Diesel Kleen (which should be added to every tank) leaks! All I had to do was take it out and wash it with some 409 and the water hose. It was good as new!
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Huskys all the way, I have always bought them and went against my best judgement with the F250 and got catch alls, they dont catch a thing.
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Thank you for your advice. I went with the Husky Liners and they are terrific. In an interesting bit of coincidence, two days after I installed the Huskys, I spilled a full cup of coffee in the front floorboard. Actually, it had a lid BUT I wasn't aware it had tipped over. If drained an entire 20 oz cup, with creme, into the mat. The Husky took it all without complaint. As an added bonus, the rigid construction of the liner allowed me to remove the mat and coffee and drain it onto the grass, without spilling a drop. That is a great design.

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Old 09-25-2009, 02:11 PM
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Reverie,
What mud flaps did you go with... I have a 2004 Eddie Bauer 6.0 and need to get a set real soon.
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husky all the way but, all I've had in 3 superduties and my ex.
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