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post #1 of 15 Old 11-19-2010, 03:46 AM Thread Starter
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Has any installed Weathertech floor liners in their truck. If so how is the fit & finish?
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I just put a set in I think they fit pretty good
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Cant go wrong with husky floor liners also. I have them, and they are great. Fit, finish, quality, and durability are all up there.


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I also second the Husky Liners. They fit perfectly, are super durable, and still look pretty good...AND my buddy spilled a 32oz Coke from Wendy's and none of it touched my carpet!

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I've never tried the WeatherTech, but I can say that the Husky's are great floor cover. I just put a set (front and rear) in my new 2011 F250 CC and I absolutely love them. Fit and finish are great and they look like they were custom made for the truck............oh wait..........they were!!!
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I just put a set of liners in mine made by Nifty. they fit great and look good. They are about the same price as huskys.
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Floor Liners

Thanks for the info. Just ordered Husky Liners this morning.
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I have Husky's in my work F250 and WeatherTech's in my personal F250.... the WTs are, by far, the nicer floor mats, and look much better as well IMO... both get the job done though so you won't be disappointed!
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I will agree that the Weathertechs are a bit nicer. I am in construction and jump in y truck with dirty boots all the time. I took it to get cleaned the other day and the guy was like this thing is filthy then he took the mats out said well these things sure did their job.

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Put the custom Weathertechs in yesterday- you pay a premium, but they are worth it. Excellent fit and finish.
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