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Floor mats for vinyl floor

I have a full vinyl floor in my Excursion, but I'd like to at least get floor mats for the front. It's just easier to clean and the vinyl under the pedals is getting deformed. I can't find anything that doesn't have the little carpet nibs on the back. Does something like the Weathertech mats fit so snugly all around, that it doesn't matter that I don't have carpet? Any other ideas?

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I LOVE my Weathertechs! I will never buy anything else after having these. I can't believe how I lived without them. I just pull them out and hose them off when they get muddy.
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I use weathertechs on every car now since I first put them in my 99 7.3.
Absolutely exact fit and like was just said...take em out and hose em off. They don't slip around or slip under your foot when driving and get all bunched up udner the pedal.
Just saving up for a full set on my new to me... 06 F350...it came with the OEM ones...hate me.
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my truck came with husky liners in it. I was going to toss them and get weathertechs, I didnt like the look of the husky how they stick up to make a bowl, but now that I have had them through the snow and crud, they are awesome and I'll be keeping them, they catch and hold everything, and the weathertechs will let everything roll out into the door seal.

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I liked my Weathertechs too, right up until I found out they will not stand behind their warranty. They won't even answer an email.

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I've had both weather tech and husky. Husky liners are better IMO, cover more carpet and hold the elements on the mat better.


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I've had both..liked both actually. Thought I had weathertech in the '99 F250 but realize it was the Husky ones after looking at the old pics of my truck and the Husky liners...liked them. Have the weathetechs in my Sonata and jeep..like those too.

Actually...after realizing I had the Husky in the 7.3l I just ordered a front set for my 06 from Alligator as they had 10% off and free shipping...so $72.00 was better then weathertechs at $100.00 or so.

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I have the Husky Liners in my F450 on top of the factory vinyl floor covering. They stay in place pretty well even with the carpet nips on the back. That being said, I do have people complain about them on the passenger side, slipping as they get in. And the Husky liners I have in my F450 and Excursion have all buckled and folded on their edges. Next time I'm going to try the Weathertechs or the Husky weaterbeaters. They seem to be more like rubber then plastic like the liners I have now.
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I received my Huskys the other day. I remember now the pro's and cons between them and the Weathertechs.

The Husky ones will capture more crud especially liquid due to their shape...but I remember after receiving them I hated that funny little depressed trap on the door side of each. reason is you catch your foot on it getting in and out..I have big feet. Also they are not as form fitting as weathertechs.

Weathertechs on my F-150 ( noit my 7.3 f250)...on the 150 I had Weathertechs and they fit exactly to the floor and stayed put. They were not as slippery plastic like the Husky BUT did not have as much trapping ability as the Husky due to the shape.

I think the Weathertechs look better myself but if you want maximum trapping of liquids the Husky is better.

Think I will order the Weathertechs for summer as I like the look better and fit ( as long as they fit like they do in my F-150 and Sonata) and use the Husky in the winter.

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Follow-up post. I ended up catching a Hexomat one-piece front liner on sale at Autoanything.com. Being one piece, it is staying in place quite nicely, even with the nibs still on the back. With the promo and free shipping it only ended up being $48.

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