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Old 11-04-2010, 02:10 PM
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Floor Liners (Mats)

Which do you think is better for a Crew Cab... the Husky black rubber floor liners #98381 or the Ford Super Duty black rubber floor liners? The Husky's are about $40 more.
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I have the Ford mats. Like them allot, no movement and easy to clean.

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Thanks for the feedback!
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Oh, they came with two fronts and a rear that goes all the way across.
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Have you checked out the weathertech liners? The fronts are awesome! Completely form fitted to catch everything. The rear leaves something to be desired, but I wouldn't have anything else for the front.
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Old 11-05-2010, 05:29 AM
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Yeah, I'm looking to go with the best overall package...
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Have you checked out the weathertech liners? The fronts are awesome! Completely form fitted to catch everything. The rear leaves something to be desired, but I wouldn't have anything else for the front.
Is it safe to assume the form fitted are the DigitalFit? The All-Weather ones look very similar to the Ford ones I have.
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Old 12-11-2010, 10:32 AM
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They are the DigitalFit. I have had these mats in my truck for over 3 years. They fit great and protect the floors great. They are expensive but I get in my truck covered in mud, snow, salt whatever and the carpet still looks brand new. Only mats I would ever purchase again. When you have snow on your boots and it melts, all the water runs to the door sill. The sill is easy to wipe off. They do have the hole cut out to fit the hook as well.
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But the rears suck?
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Old 12-11-2010, 11:38 AM
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Personally, the rear mat doesn't bother me. It is not designed as well as the fronts. It is made of the same material and fits great just as the fronts do. However, there is nothing to hold it in place so it can move around a bit. If people can keep their feet on the floor, it would be good but most people don't care when they get in someone else's vehicle. It is a one piece mat that covers from side to side. I don't know of a better one for the back but I would purchase the Weathertech again without a doubt.
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