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Old 08-27-2012, 03:51 PM
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Floor protection

what are you guys using? im more concerned about where it says superduty on the floor by the door and the lower part of door and by E brake. Basically the plastic panelling is what im trying to protect. Guys get into truck with asphalt and sealer on shows and they kick there feet against door and floor boards and trash it.
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Old 08-31-2012, 05:08 PM
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my weathertech's do pretty good to protect the kick panel, they roll onto the panel that says super duty so it protects that a bit. im waiting on weathertech to release the floor mats with the raised foot rest on the left side, so far up until 2012 it had a depressed spot and now they changed it to a foot rest.
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Old 08-31-2012, 07:56 PM
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You might try some self adhesive kitchen shelving liner, or any self adhesive vinyl. Available in many colors and designs. Cut it to fit the area you want protected, peel and stick. Another thought are the clear vinyl exterior paint protection products. Depending on the abuse it recieves, it may not last too long and then you can re-do it. After the period of use/abuse is over, you can simply peel it off and be done with it.
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make them take off their boots. i work with paving crews, they aren't the cleanest lot out there.
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I just got weathertechs and they are awesome
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Old 09-07-2012, 05:13 AM
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weathertech. Expensive but worth it.
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Old 09-17-2012, 06:39 PM
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I guess i'm going to be the odd man out and say Huskyliner. I love mine.

edit: both weathertech and huskyliner have the raised dead pedal now for the 2012's

Quick question to all that have weathertechs.... is there anything on the bottom of the mats to hold them still? i have heard from several people saying that the passenger mat will slide around while driving.

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Old 09-18-2012, 02:50 PM
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Got the weather tech set - front and rear work real well

As for the entry maybe clear tape - several layers

Replaceable and low cost
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Old 09-18-2012, 03:02 PM
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......Quick question to all that have weathertechs.... is there anything on the bottom of the mats to hold them still? i have heard from several people saying that the passenger mat will slide around while driving.
The drivers mat attaches to the two locations as the OEM mat does with very positive over clips

The passenger does not but it fits very nicely in the area - I have not have any complaints from my wife in being too slippery

also I have the laser cut ones for exact fit - I dont know if that matters
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Old 09-18-2012, 03:34 PM
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The drivers mat attaches to the two locations as the OEM mat does with very positive over clips

The passenger does not but it fits very nicely in the area - I have not have any complaints from my wife in being too slippery

also I have the laser cut ones for exact fit - I dont know if that matters
yeah these were the digital fit ones also. i've always thought the whole laser fit thing was just a gimmick. it sounds good and all but there is only so good floor mats can fit haha.

anyway, i don't think the op would be dissapointed with either.
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