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Husky x-act or weatherbeater?

I've been doing research on these mats but can't decide which one's to get. What do you guys and gal's think? Opinions? Husky x-act or Husky weatherbeater?
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Re: Husky x-act or weatherbeater?

I'm getting the Husky x-act
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Old 09-04-2014, 07:19 PM
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Re: Husky x-act or weatherbeater?

I have the Husky X-Act Contour mats. I like them, they fit perfectly and they handled their first winter very well.
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Re: Husky x-act or weatherbeater?

Husky for me with no regrets. I prefer the thicker rubber


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Re: Husky x-act or weatherbeater?

Husky for sure.
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Husky for sure.
Yes but which one? There both husky
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Re: Husky x-act or weatherbeater?

I have the x-acts and love them. I definitely prefer them over the plasticky WeatherTechs but I'm not familiar with the weatherbeater so can't comment there.


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Re: Husky x-act or weatherbeater?

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Yes but which one? There both husky
Sorry, I read it as weathertech's and not the weatherbeater's. The X-Act's are simply awesome, I much prefer the rubbery feel, and the coverage is the best on the market.
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Re: Husky x-act or weatherbeater?

I have the WeatherBeaters front to back. Worked great last winter, and we had well over 10 feet of snow. I especially like the way they cover the dead pedal on the driver's left side.
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Re: Husky x-act or weatherbeater?

X-acts. With the mopar cargo mat


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Re: Husky x-act or weatherbeater?

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X-acts. With the mopar cargo mat
This, including the X-Acts for the rear seating. Love them. Actually had them delivered even before the vehicle (heh).

The X-Acts cover the dead pedal too, so that's not a differentiating feature.
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The X-Acts cover the dead pedal too, so that's not a differentiation.
Too me, the X-Acts looked like they covered the dead pedal better than the Weatherbeaters.
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