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post #1 of 17 Old 10-25-2010, 05:23 PM Thread Starter
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Thoughts on Husky floor mats. Thinking about getting a set for the front since snow season is right around the corner.I have the factory rubber floor mats now. Just wanna make sure its worth it.
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I have the WeatherTech FloorLiners up front. The fit is good and they work good. Snow season is here for me already so thay have been tested! It doesn't seem like the carpet will see any water.
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Thoughts on Husky floor mats.
Mine are great!

This is my second set. The first out-lived my 03' 6.0... seven years!
When it went to the salvage yard it had 'like-new' carpet.
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Here are a couple of pics of the WeatherTech FloorLiners. The "tan" doesn't match the interior color so if you are picky about that kind of thing you may want to order black.
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We sell the Husky's..If I can help let me know.

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I have the tan Husky Weatherbeater liners and they're a pretty good match... although, I see most people are ordering the black.
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100% recommended! i have had mine for 2 years now, and haven't had a drop of anything on my carpet. Keeps the carpet nice and clean, just remember to wipe down the trays on the side (they fill up with liquid in winter).

They are a quality product, my other buddies had bought off brand mats and wore through them with their boots in weeks. My huskys dont even have a wear mark, and my bootheel sits in the same spot ALL the time.

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I have had both the Huskies and the weathertechs. I like the huskies better for the simple fact that they stay in place (especially in the rear floor board, the weathertech moves everywhere and just pisses me off). My vote is to go with the Huskies. I had my last set 8 years and they worked great!
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Here are a couple of pics of the WeatherTech FloorLiners. The "tan" doesn't match the interior color so if you are picky about that kind of thing you may want to order black.
They look real good in there !!! Looks like a great fit.
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cool. Gonna order my husky mats today..
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