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Need full Floor Mats Rubber????

I need a full molded floor mats for my 99 F-550 crewcab. I had a 2000 XL F-350 that had rubber or vinyl, we loved them just hose out the mud and crud...
I have had NO LUCK!!!!!
Any help ?????
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Husky Liners and WeatherTech sell a one piece for the rear seat. I think in the front you have to go with a right and left and a center hump piece to get all the way across.

I have Husky Liners in my truck... 11 years and 200000 miles and no holes but they have sort of deformed on the sides. My car has weathertechs and they seem tougher, but have holes in the bottom to hook to the stock floor mat hooks.


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weather tech
x2. I have the front ones and want a set for the back now.

Alan
2000 F-350 CC LB DRW 4x4 XLT Auto

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I have the weather tech. They are shape nice but so light weight they move around. Especially the rear one.
They were really bad when they were new

2002 F-350, was a DRW, now a SRW (but kept the dana 80 ARB's front and back, 4.88 gears on 37's
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LMC Truck has a complete rubber floor replacement.

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i have weather techs and the front two are nice! the back does move a bit but not too much. great for when one of my idiot friends spills a rout 44 all over the ground and dosent do shiat about it...
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I have Nifty Catch-All Extremes in my Excursion. They have done good. And they make a part to go over the center hump also.
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Do the Husky Liners. If your in snow, mud, and outdoors alot.. then Husky liners are amazing. they are deep-dished so they catch everything you track in. Plus they have really sharp teeth on the back, so they dont slide aroudn etc. They have a 1-piece for the rear, and even a tranny piece for the front tranny hump.
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Weathertech here and they are killer. Very heavy dute mats and easy to wash.
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