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post #1 of 3 Old 04-27-2010, 12:12 PM Thread Starter
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Question Interior question

I didn't see discussion for interior other than electronics, so I'll start here. I want to remove the factory carpeting and replace with the rubber flooring-dealer won't work with me to do a swap on a"strippy"truck off his lot. Anyone ever pulled out and replaced the flooring on 09 SD? I'm sure I could find a wrecked unit at a u-pullit with rubber floor-just wondering how difficult a task this could become. Thanks in advance

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Why not just use good catch all mats...they build some very nice ones that cover up almost everything and have deep pans.

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one of the things I've been considering-but so much easier to clean that rubber floor vs carpet.

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