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Re: floor & cargo mats

another one with the husky. Floor liners are great. The trunk liner is just OK. So I think the post where they went with the jeep trunk liner probably made the right choice. Son has weatherbeaters and they look good too but I think the husky goes more under the front seat in the back which is why I went with the Husky. Well that and you can find the husky liners for less on Amazon. Do not think you would be disappointed with either one.
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Thank you. Can't decide between Husky & Weather Tech????? Both seem like good fit and quality. Husky seems to be little bit cheaper when buying from Amazon??????
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Old 01-17-2014, 04:32 PM
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Re: floor & cargo mats

I think you'll be fine either way. I like the weathertech mats, but with the amount of snow and slush we get here, I liked how the husky mats covered the holes for the floor hooks so water and mud get through there and stain the carpet. I was a little worried about them moving around a little, but they don't budge at all. I have the husky weatherbeaters in the front and rear, with the jeep mat in the cargo area like someone above posted and it seems to be a good combination so far.
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Re: floor & cargo mats

I've used WeatherTech for many years and like their products.

For a change up - I decided a few days ago to try the Rugged Ridge Floor Liners, and rear cargo mat - they should arrive early next week. Thought since my exterior was Maximum Steel and interior is Morocco Black they would match plus handle whatever Mother Nature throws at them. Hopefully they will out perform the WeatherTech liners - the only thing I didn't like about them was how the sides can kind of curl (didn't like that near my gas pedal).
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Re: floor & cargo mats

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Thank you. Can't decide between Husky & Weather Tech????? Both seem like good fit and quality. Husky seems to be little bit cheaper when buying from Amazon??????
I will vote for weathertech, I got them for my 14 GC, and they are fine now, In the start some corners had gap just a lil , what i did was after i put in weathertech floor liners , I put my carpet mats on top of them which kinda keep em pressed to the floor and now those gaps are almost gone.

Other than that they do NOT have cheap look or feel to them. Good quality as David McNeal says.
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Re: floor & cargo mats

Anyone tried the Lund "catch-it" carpet slush mats?

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weather tech
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Most of the replies are about the floor mats. Do you all feel the same about cargo trays? Weathertech & quadratec?
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Re: floor & cargo mats

Just installed the Husky X-Act Contour front and rear floor liners in my 2014 Overland. They fit perfectly - real snug fit. There are pocket from underneath for the two floor pins - no way that water can leak under these mats. I installed the Husky Weatherbeater in the rear cargo area. It's OK but not as good as the X-act Contours.

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Re: floor & cargo mats

The Quadratec is 69.99 - link
The Husky is 102.95 - link
The Weathertec is 127.99 - link

Amazon reviews on the Husky aren't too favorable. Thoughts, everyone?
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Re: floor & cargo mats

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Yes. The fit on the front passenger side is wrong, and they won't correct it. There is a single hole in the center of the passenger-side mat for a hook, and that's apparently an old GC design. The 2014 GC has two hooks toward the sides of the mat, so the Catch It does not sit flat on the floor. I had to send them back.
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Re: floor & cargo mats

I've got the Husky WeatherBeaters, and we've had over 80" of snow so far this winter, and my carpeting is pristine. I recommend them highly.
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