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Old 01-12-2015, 12:19 PM
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

I have WeatherTech for the rear cargo, and got the Husky WeatherBeaters for the front and rear. The coverage is great for the WeatherBeaters. I do like the feel of the WeatherTech for the cargo area. The Husky is a harder more plastic feel, the weathertech is more flexible rubber feel.

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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

No doubt that people who live in the colder climates need something to protect the carpet from snow, salt etc. Either brand I'm sure does the trick.

I have to admit that yesterday after I clicked on "submit" I asked myself if I was crazy spending $145 on two from floor mats. knowing that I probably could pick up a no name set from a local auto supplier (napa) for a lot less.

This will be the first custom time I've purchased this brand so I'm sure I'll be happy based on what you guys are saying.
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Old 01-13-2015, 10:24 AM
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No doubt that people who live in the colder climates need something to protect the carpet from snow, salt etc. Either brand I'm sure does the trick.

I have to admit that yesterday after I clicked on "submit" I asked myself if I was crazy spending $145 on two from floor mats. knowing that I probably could pick up a no name set from a local auto supplier (napa) for a lot less.

This will be the first custom time I've purchased this brand so I'm sure I'll be happy based on what you guys are saying.
Which did you choose?

Disregard that, I went back and saw weather tech
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

The combination that worked the best for me was Husky front and rear mats and the JEEP OEM rear mat. Jeeps mat was softer rubber and stuff doesn't slide around on it like the other companies offerings.
Also just put on Husky mud flaps for the Summit this weekend and they worked out very Nice !
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

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No doubt that people who live in the colder climates need something to protect the carpet from snow, salt etc. Either brand I'm sure does the trick.

I have to admit that yesterday after I clicked on "submit" I asked myself if I was crazy spending $145 on two from floor mats. knowing that I probably could pick up a no name set from a local auto supplier (napa) for a lot less.

This will be the first custom time I've purchased this brand so I'm sure I'll be happy based on what you guys are
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Not my sale but . . .

There is an entire set of weather techs being sold in the classified section of this forum. $205 shipped. I think for a 2014.

Great price.
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner



Figures. I never even thought to look there. I have the Jeep mat for the cargo area and like toak says it has some grip to it. And the Jeep rear mats seem fine as well.

Thanks for letting me know.
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Old 01-13-2015, 06:53 PM
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The combination that worked the best for me was Husky front and rear mats and the JEEP OEM rear mat. Jeeps mat was softer rubber and stuff doesn't slide around on it like the other companies offerings.
Also just put on Husky mud flaps for the Summit this weekend and they worked out very Nice !
Same here...I found the Husky Weatherbeaters to provide superior coverage to the Weathertechs for the Grand Cherokee.
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Is anyone interested in seeing what Cocomats look like in a Grand Cherokee?

I went with a custom look for the passenger area and WeatherTech for the cargo mat. Second time with both purchases. Very pleased with the Cocomats after 5 years of use in another vehicle. Had a WeatherTech mat for about 7 years.
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Selling a set of weather techs that I had in my 24. Great mats.


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Old 01-18-2015, 09:28 AM
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No doubt that people who live in the colder climates need something to protect the carpet from snow, salt etc. Either brand I'm sure does the trick.

I have to admit that yesterday after I clicked on "submit" I asked myself if I was crazy spending $145 on two from floor mats. knowing that I probably could pick up a no name set from a local auto supplier (napa) for a lot less.

This will be the first custom time I've purchased this brand so I'm sure I'll be happy based on what you guys are saying.

Gravity, I just installed a Husky Weatherbeater full set (front, rear, and cargo mat) & I am very happy! Very good quality, excellent fit, and full coverage. I also have the Weathertec set in my '07 OffRoad Xterra, and I like those, too. Do I have a preference? Not really, although the Weathertec's are 3 years old and still look like new! They are very well made & stand up well to lots of mud, snow, & salt. Either brand is excellent!
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

Thanks Hemi, I'm looking forward to getting them. All the snow and crap ruins carpet. Not sure how long before I see them. Been a week and no email telling me they have been shipped

I'm sure I'll be happy when I get them installed


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Thanks Hemi, I'm looking forward to getting them. All the snow and crap ruins carpet. Not sure how long before I see them. Been a week and no email telling me they have been shipped

I'm sure I'll be happy when I get them installed Cheers

Gravity, where did you order them from??
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