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I have had weathertechs in 3 different vehicles now. My Cummins and my Silverado, they fit like a glove. Perfect. I love them and have no complaints. For some reason they fit like crap in the 6.0, so for the jeep i went factory mopar version of the weathertech liner style. They were cheaper, and boy do they fit awesome. Glad I did.
But I wonder what the deal is with these trucks. Lots of people say they have the same issue with fitment. Maybe I'll give weathertech a call. Mine are about 4 years old so maybe they corrected the problem, but they never have fit worth a damn from day 1

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I don't know. Those SnapOn left handed screwdrivers are just awesome! Same with their right handed pliers.

Seriously though. What turned me off with SnapOn is that their lifetime warranty is ONLY for the original owner. Which means their resale value is just crap.
those left handed screwdrivers are WELL worth the 370.00 they charge for them

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Does caffeine make anyone else piss like a racehorse or just me.
Harley interior is going in today by the way.

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was gunna say pic or ....but you got there before i could even say anything

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I have a Snap On 100 LB torque wrench that the ratchet slips, they fixed it once. It slipped again when I was just reaching 90 Ft Lbs and busted my knuckles real good. If a Snap On truck would have been going down the road about that time I'd prolly still be in prison. But I also have a 250 Ft Lb one with a flex head, that's a fantastic tool so I guess they balance out. They both sit in my HF box.

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come to think of it my old torque wrench was a strap on and i busted it doing the front end on my old suburban and bent it around a tree after and i still have a scar from that biotch

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Well. Shes in. Everything except dash and headliner. And idk about the headliner yet because the gray actually looks good as an accent to the gray on the Harley seats. And I didn't get to steam clean the carpet, or get the sound deadened quite AS clean as I'd like. But today was pretty much the only day I had, big rain expected the rest of the week/weekend.
So, we made do. And as usual done is better than perfect.
Btw, that ensolite is kind of a pita to deal with. It's an extra layer of deadening foam that goes over the butyl deadened to amplify the results achieved.

So heres some quick little progress snaps that I sent to summer. I'll take a few tomorrow in the daylight.

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looks excellent i like the harley interior and gauges


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I have had weathertechs in 3 different vehicles now. My Cummins and my Silverado, they fit like a glove. Perfect. I love them and have no complaints. For some reason they fit like crap in the 6.0, so for the jeep i went factory mopar version of the weathertech liner style. They were cheaper, and boy do they fit awesome. Glad I did.
But I wonder what the deal is with these trucks. Lots of people say they have the same issue with fitment. Maybe I'll give weathertech a call. Mine are about 4 years old so maybe they corrected the problem, but they never have fit worth a damn from day 1

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if they dont make it right i might buy em from ya for cheap
but if you can get them to replace them and do so in black that would be a big win

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those left handed screwdrivers are WELL worth the 370.00 they charge for them




was gunna say pic or ....but you got there before i could even say anything



Roll a couple left-handed cigarettes, and all screwdrivers are left-handed. On the other hand not sure why you would have even wanted a picture of jmo pissing like a racehorse...
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come to think of it my old torque wrench was a strap on and i busted it doing the front end on my old suburban and bent it around a tree after and i still have a scar from that biotch
At least you didn't break it off doing the back end. I would have thrown up in my mouth.
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Looks good @j.flow

I got Michelin Edgeliners for my '11 and so far they're good. They fit great, the only issue is who ever is at the warehouse has no idea how to package moulded materials like this so unfortunately the first set I got were bent way out of whack. Sent them back and got another set they they still couldn't package right so instead of the liner forming to the floor, it was a little flatter where the floor starts to go up near the pedal. Instead of hoping for a better set I just took a torch and remolded them. Other than that they fit really good.

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They both have their pros and cons. I bought my truck with Weather Techs, however, I like the Huskys because I hunt & fish and constantly have standing water/mud/sand/muck in mine. I think the Huskys hold all that in the mat much better than the Weather Techs. Plus, the Husky has the center liner for the hump and the Weather Techs don't offer that for our trucks. I will say, the Weather Techs fitment is a tad bit better, as it lays more flat, but then again - I think the fitment and flatness contributes to the mat not doing it's job as well and keeping crap off your carpet - especially where it holds all the garb on the edges.



Obviously, this is just my experience with the two. It all depends on how you will use your truck. If it's a pavement princess, the Weather Techs will work just fine and look a bit better! If you're an outdoorsman and like to play in the mud/sand/water, I would suggest the Huskys.



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This makes me wonder if Husty has different sets or the same truck. My 06 as a separate one for each side and does not cover the hump in the front. My weather tech in my 2011 covers from one side to the other in one piece. It is definitely not the easiest to get it out the cleaning. But I really like how it stays in place.


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This makes me wonder if Husty has different sets or the same truck. My 06 as a separate one for each side and does not cover the hump in the front. My weather tech in my 2011 covers from one side to the other in one piece. It is definitely not the easiest to get it out the cleaning. But I really like how it stays in place.


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Husky does have three different variations at least for most applications, I think. X-Act Contour, WeatherBeater and Heavy Duty.
I have the X-Act Contour in my '17. They are the most expensive and probably have the best fitment, but I have not tried the other options.

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I bought the Lund. The fitment is good, but not perfect. No problems with them since i put them in about a year and half ago.
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I have had weathertechs in 3 different vehicles now. My Cummins and my Silverado, they fit like a glove. Perfect. I love them and have no complaints. For some reason they fit like crap in the 6.0, so for the jeep i went factory mopar version of the weathertech liner style. They were cheaper, and boy do they fit awesome. Glad I did.
But I wonder what the deal is with these trucks. Lots of people say they have the same issue with fitment. Maybe I'll give weathertech a call. Mine are about 4 years old so maybe they corrected the problem, but they never have fit worth a damn from day 1

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I've had a similar experience with the Weathertechs. They fit perfectly in my '07 Expedition, but terribly in my '13 Focus. That's why I decided to give the Husky's a try in the '17. Well, that and a few recommendations from guys on here.
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This makes me wonder if Husty has different sets or the same truck. My 06 as a separate one for each side and does not cover the hump in the front. My weather tech in my 2011 covers from one side to the other in one piece. It is definitely not the easiest to get it out the cleaning. But I really like how it stays in place.


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My '05 comes in separate pieces for the front two sides as well, and 1 whole piece for the back, however, the front hump liner for the middle is a separate part number, so you would need to order that. Pretty sure I have the heavy duty ones too. However, Weather Tech does not make a hump liner for the front middle for our pickups like the Husky does (at least i've never been able to find one). They may for the later models, but not the 99-07's. This is one of a few reasons why I went with the Husky. And i've used them before in my 1/2 ton Dodge with great results. I put them in my '04 Dodge the 2nd week I owned it (bought it new off the lot) and when I sold it in 2015, 11 years later, that carpet still looked brand new!

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