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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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2001 Ford F-250 SD CCSB 7.3 PSD - AIS Intake, Zoodad,
MBRP 4" XP Series Exhaust w/ Muffler, HD4R100, 26 row Trans Cooler, Fumoto Valve,
285/75R16E BFG AT KO, Pioneer AVIC-Z130BT Nav, BOYO VLT-422C Back Up Camera,
Scangauge II, Glowshift 3 Gauge Pod (EGT,TFT,Boost), PHP FU Chip, Huskyliners, Huskyliner Mud Flaps, Warn Premium Hubs, Riffraff Boots/Clamps/inserts
Dyno'd at Mo's Speed Shop 11/3/12 - 307rwhp / 651rw ft-lbs <<<--- On PHP 120Race tune
Last edited by BryceB; 07-12-2012 at 04:32 AM.