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Help w/ WeatherTech mats product selection

I just purchased a 2012 F350 CrewCab and looking at getting a set of the weathertechs. I've had them on all of our trucks. Here's the question. The truck is a 40/20/40 front with 4x4 on the floor. The back is a 60/40 bench. I'm confused w/ the following.

-the front appears to have the center hump on the floor
-what exactly is a dead pedal? (the LH side of the floor has a small raised plastic platform where my 2011 is more of a recess)
-Are all 2012's the same in regards to hump and dead pedal? I understand the difference between the center console and the 40/20/40. Just want to make sure I order the right combo.

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I just purchased a set of weather techs for my 2012. The 12's have a raised area on the upper left driver side which is different from the 11's and it's designed like a foot rest. Yes there is a difference in the mats if you have a raised section on the upper left side of the driver side this is the mat you need. I believe they have a mat available for the models with the shifter on the floor as well. Purchased my mats thru a Ford Truck dealer and they knew exactly the design my 12 needed.



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Have weather techs in all of our trucks. You need raised left corner with manual 4x4 shifter

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I just purchased a set of weather techs for my 2012. The 12's have a raised area on the upper left driver side which is different from the 11's and it's designed like a foot rest. Yes there is a difference in the mats if you have a raised section on the upper left side of the driver side this is the mat you need. I believe they have a mat available for the models with the shifter on the floor as well. Purchased my mats thru a Ford Truck dealer and they knew exactly the design my 12 needed.
You can really get the weather tech brand threw Ford? If so how did the price compare?
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Talked to weather tech. Said you can't get the mats w/ shifter. Thought I'd try it anyway and just trim the mat. I ended up ordering the Husky liners because they included a center section which I think I'll be able to trim. I'll post the results once they arrive.
Stock tires changes to Bridgestone Revo 2s, Duraflaps on order, Proseat covers on order, and floor liners. Should be set for a while.
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