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post #41 of 45 Old 03-15-2017, 11:33 AM
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I have had the WeatherTech's and I think they're overpriced. They slide all around and are not comfortable IMO. I had to put heavy duty Velcro on the bottom of the last ones I had. I'm thinking Husky is the way to go. I want to keep the beach sand out!
I'm with you on this one. I've had weather techs in 4 trucks now, and the only ones that have fit right are in my Cummins. I'll be on the husky train as well. In my Silverado they weren't terrible, but they weren't good either. I'm my super duty they fit absolutely terribly.
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i ordered rugged ridge for mine and low and behold they don't work with a manual transfer case. had them in 2 jeeps and loved them. if you are interested, let me know, i wont be able to use them.


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OK, thanks for the info. To show my ignorance, what is the problem with 3 nipples...
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Does anyone know the difference between the Husky X-act Contour and the Weatherbeater ? I also have a 16 KR with light colored carpet and see that the Weaterbeater is available in tan.

Gkiller would it be possible the get a picture of your black mats with the light interior? I would appreciate it.
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Weatherbeater is a very stiff plastic. It does not really flex or bend much. Makes it harder to get them in and out without spilling anything.

The contour are a softer rubber. You can roll them up like a poster.. Makes it easier to curl them into a bowl shape and remove so nothing falls out.

I have the weather beaters in my explorer and contour in my truck. Get the contours hands down.
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