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Old 11-09-2011, 12:55 PM
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

Here are my Husky liners in beige. Note how much coverage they provide and the surface texture is more grippy than the Weathertech liners that I have in my Audi.
The variation is color is due to lighting and sorry for the dirty driver's liner.





The rears extend deep under the front seats:







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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

Red G8R,

Thanks for taking the time to post some pictures of the Husky Liners! Nice choice on the tan color!

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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

I purchased the Mopar slush mats and cargo mat. Front and cargo mats are good, not great. Rear passenger mat is a joke. Husky/Weathertech mats looks to have much better coverage.
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

Floor liners typically have better coverage than mats.

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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

AAAA, I did not get the rear mat. I already had put down sheets and blankets there. I don't usually carry anything that would leak thru those things, so I just use them for now. If that changes, I will get the rear mat.
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

Both the Weathertech and Husky floor liners have much better coverage than the Mopar slush mats. The rear Mopar slush mat, in particular, is very small. However, the Mopar mats are hard to beat for the dealer's cost of only $64.90, which I negotiated when I ordered my Mineral Gray with Dark Frost Beige/Light Frost Beige interior. I was pleasantly surprised that the lighter interior came with brown carpeting on the floor:




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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

Does anyone have the Weathertech cargo liner installed and a child safety seat that utilizes the tether anchor? Was just curious how that looked and if there were any problems due to the tether anchor location.
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

Thanks for all of the replies. I went with the Husky Liner Weatherbeaters and I'm really happy with the fit and coverage. I had been using Weathertech digital fit liners, but was disappointed by the leakage and spillage. On these there is no hole for the anchor and there is good coverage where the dead pedal would be. I also installed the Canvasback liner in the cargo area. Bring on the snow!










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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

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Here are a few pics. The rug is a dark brown so the black does not look too bad. If the tan liners are too light, they may be too much of a contrast with the dark rug.

maybe it's the pic, but i am surprised with the huge space/gap where the E-brake pedal is at.
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

Thanks for taking the time to post up pictures of the Husky WeatherBeater Liners!

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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

Got the Mopar slush mats. They don't cover well, good for summer use but not for the Buffalo winter. Looks like the Husky Liner Weatherbeaters have the best coverage but the ridges don't seem deep enough. I am worried the snow/slush mix will splish splash all over the place while driving.
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Re: Floor Liners - Opinions Please

I can't confirm yet, as there hasn't been a big snow yet, but I can say the ridges are very similar to those on my old Weathertech liners, and the water did move around a little, but not like surf on the beach!
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