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Old 11-23-2010, 08:26 PM
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The WeatherTech FloorLiners are finally available. The rears don't seem to cover as much as the rear Husky Liners.


http://www.weathertech.com/store/mvp...=324&Year=2011

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Old 11-23-2010, 08:44 PM
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Re: WeatherTech Liners

You beat me to it I was just about to post this lol. Just a WARNING if anyone has experience with weathertech they know this already. They take forever! But they are awesome. Here is a coupon code for CARiD. RG809 - 5% off
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Re: WeatherTech Liners

180 bugs for 1st & 2nd row liners. CRAZY!
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Old 11-23-2010, 09:14 PM
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Re: WeatherTech Liners

That's something, but I'd just as soon have their rubber floormats; the liners would definitely protect things, but they seem like they'd be a bit spartan in comparison with the rest of the interior.
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Those are nice. Hopefully they'll have a liner for the cargo area too.
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Re: WeatherTech Liners

I like the look of these mats over the standard rubber mats with deep grooves. I can't wrap my head around this statement though:

Advanced surfacing creates channels that carry fluids and debris to a lower reservoir with further channeling to help minimize fluid movement while driving! Once fluids become trapped in the reservoir, away from shoes and clothing, they are easily removed from the WeatherTech® FloorLiner™DigitalFit®over the door sill...no muss-no fuss.

Reservoir? Can't find a decent picture of these things to see what they're talking about. I can grasp the concept of standard mats... either you dump it or let it evaporate.

Who has these things and how do they compare to beefy rubber "normal" mats?
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Advanced surfacing creates channels that carry fluids and debris to a lower reservoir with further channeling to help minimize fluid movement while driving! Once fluids become trapped in the reservoir, away from shoes and clothing, they are easily removed from the WeatherTech® FloorLiner™DigitalFit®over the door sill...no muss-no fuss.
In english: A few little pockets at the bottom of the mat catch the liquid and prevent it from jiggling.

Now, the over the door sill thing would make one believe there is some spout thingy that allows you to just lift or angle the mat and pour the fluids out over the door sill onto the floor outside.

... amazing how they try to word the purpose of a rubberized floor protector. You know they hire people just for that
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180 bugs for 1st & 2nd row liners. CRAZY!
hmmm that's the same price for other cars too nothing new here

i have them on a Tacoma, they are great in protecting. people that really put them to good use will mention the "weathertech" sticker won't last long, it'll come off fast. Also just like any other mat that is not double protected at the heel will show wear over time, even hole...
Even though they are "digital fit" i had to trim my rears on that truck. only other thing that caught me by surprise was how thin they are, maybe i was expecting something more thick, it doesn't affect their performance though.

i'm staying with carpet on the GC, but would be looking at weathertech again if they come out with a rear cargo floor liner.

imo they are great, but not perfect.
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I'm waiting for the rubber mats. Hopefully they'll be available soon.
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The WeatherTech FloorLiners are finally available. The rears don't seem to cover as much as the rear Husky Liners.


http://www.weathertech.com/store/mvp...=324&Year=2011

Are these grippy (hard plastic) or on the slippery side (rubbery)?
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Re: WeatherTech Liners

Beat me to it! I was thinking about getting these for my mom for Christmas. Anyone get the Husky's for their WKII yet?
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Are these grippy (hard plastic) or on the slippery side (rubbery)?
I have the WeatherTech FloorLiners in my other car. They are hard and not as grippy as the standard all weather mats. They also lack channels to keep water off you. They also don't protect the frontal foot rest area well (too short).

So, I think I'll go with the HuskyLiners for the Jeep. They seem to cover a wider area (fr & rear) and are more rubbery. The Husky rears especially extends under the front seats better.
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