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post #1 of 14 Old 09-06-2007, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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Floor liners

Has anyone purchased a set of “Weather Tech” Floor liners?
I was just wondering how the fit & finished looked in person.

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Not familiar with that brand. I have Husky liners. I like the Husky's and would buy them again.

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Not familiar with the WT brand of liners, but I just got a set of the Nifty Catch-All Extreme liners. I used the Nifty's in my last truck and the carpet looked new when I sold it.
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Yeah I have the husky liners in both my trucks. Love em'.

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Thumbs up Weathertech Products Rule!

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I have the WeatherTech liners for my 08 CC, and they are the best. I do like them better than the Husky liners I had before.

They appear to be much heaver duty, with thicker construction. They are deeper so the hold more dirt. They fit is good, maybe better than the Husky.

I just bought my 2nd set for ther new 08. The 99-07 passenger side is dirrerent than the 08 passenger. I believe the drivers side is the same though.
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I have the huskey lines in my o6 i love them ive had 2 sets, in my last truck i had the catch all carpet lines those are nice but you still have to shampoo them to get them clean. just my

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Those weathertechs look nice but do they actually prevent stuff from spilling over and getting on the carpet?
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Has anyone purchased a set of “Weather Tech” Floor liners?
I was just wondering how the fit & finished looked in person.
I'm happy with the Ford factory ones.

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I have the Weathertech liners in my 06. They're pretty nice but do have a couple issues. They could fit a little better on the edges. Mine don't conform perfectly to the trim on the sides, and sometimes the emergency brake pedal catches the driver side one. Also, you don't get full throttle when you floorboard it. I have to adjust my pedals about halfway up to get 100% throttle. I've been thinking about notching the mat so I can get 100% pedal.


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