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post #1 of 27 Old 03-26-2010, 06:19 PM Thread Starter
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what kind of all weather mats you guys have?

I am looking for a set for my 06 CC.

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I bought some Hexomats. They were supposed to come with a grommet for the floor hook on the driver's front (they didn't). They hold the dirt/etc. well and the fit is okay. Actually, the fit in the back is great. One piece all the way across and it stays put. For the front I got the one piece which is notched on either side of the hump to help the fit. I'm still not too impressed with the fit in front, but they're okay. I do think they will wear VERY well as they aren't too soft.
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hate mats.

i just bought a vinyl floor kit from ford.
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i dont have a pair but i have heard good things about husky and weathertech mats

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I've had the Weathertech floorliners for over 3 years now. They fit perfectly and do a good job of protecting the carpet. I live out in the country and track all kinds of mud and crap in the truck, and the carpet is still perfect. They clean up with a little Purple Magic and water and still look brand new. The front ones don't cover the hump like the Huskyliner does, though. The back one goes completely across.

Here are a few pics. They're kinda dirty now, but you'll get the idea how they look.
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Picked up a set of huskyliners when they were on sale at cabellas a couple years ago, and have never looked back. I'd buy them again tomorrow.

They trap the slush, mud, and water so it doesnt drain out onto the carpet. The back seat goes all the way accross, and they make a peice that goes over the hump in the front, but I've got a handshaker and manual 4wd so it wasn't worth it.
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I've had the Weathertech floorliners for over 3 years now. They fit perfectly and do a good job of protecting the carpet. I live out in the country and track all kinds of mud and crap in the truck, and the carpet is still perfect. They clean up with a little Purple Magic and water and still look brand new. The front ones don't cover the hump like the Huskyliner does, though. The back one goes completely across.

Here are a few pics. They're kinda dirty now, but you'll get the idea how they look.
I have a black set of the WeatherTech liners and they are great. I bought the Cabelas branded ones, but they are the same and made by WeatherTech.

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I have the thick rubber ones from Wal-Mart. I don't know who made them, but they match my tan interior perfectly. They have held up perfectly so far...been about 3 years with no wear.

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i've had weathertechs in my last two vehicles, best darn floor mats i've ever owned. another great thing about them is they are made right here in the best country in the world! keeps americans working, i'll continue to support them.
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