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Join Date: Dec 2013
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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.
just my opinion
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