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Re: Weather Tech Floor LINERS verses Husky Floor LINERS

I have the Weathertech's..
Love them..!!

Perfect coverage if you ask me.

Not sure about guys who say poor coverage because mine fit fine.
Covers the entire carpet under the pedals, and back to under the driver's seat, and covers the sill plate to dead pedal area.

Whats not to like?
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Re: Weather Tech Floor LINERS verses Husky Floor LINERS

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Better coverage yes but the plastic look is terrible and they are slippery. The Mopars are easy to remove and so I clean them often.
Interesting. Dont notice any difference in look/feel/slipperiness of the two at all. When I was talking about cleaning, I meant the all the exposed carpet and trim not the mats. The Mopar mats are definitely more difficult to clean than the others due to the knooks and crannies of the hexagons imo.
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Old 01-11-2014, 01:14 PM
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Re: Weather Tech Floor LINERS verses Husky Floor LINERS

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Interesting. Dont notice any difference in look/feel/slipperiness of the two at all. When I was talking about cleaning, I meant the all the exposed carpet and trim not the mats. The Mopar mats are definitely more difficult to clean than the others due to the knooks and crannies of the hexagons imo.
Yes plus crud adheres to the soft rubber of the Mopar mats, so you have to use a brush with detergent and a little bit of elbow grease. But I like the look and the grip of the soft rubber.
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Re: Weather Tech Floor LINERS verses Husky Floor LINERS

Does anyone have any pictures of the Husky liners in a Cherokee yet? With the terrible winter here in NY, the rubber Mopar mats are not providing much protection. definitely want something that goes up the sides a little bit, and protects further back up the footrest. I have used Weathertech in my last 2 vehicles and was relatively happy with them. Just curious as to how the Huskys match up.
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Does anyone have any pictures of the Husky liners in a Cherokee yet? With the terrible winter here in NY, the rubber Mopar mats are not providing much protection. definitely want something that goes up the sides a little bit, and protects further back up the footrest. I have used Weathertech in my last 2 vehicles and was relatively happy with them. Just curious as to how the Huskys match up.
The huskyliner covers the foot rest area significantly more than any other.
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Old 02-16-2014, 11:59 AM
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Re: Weather Tech Floor LINERS verses Husky Floor LINERS

IMO try to wait until Husky makes the new X-Act Contours for your Cherokee. They fit like a liner, but are made of mat material meaning they are not slippery or rigid. I had the Mopar slush mats for 2 winters in my WK2 and bought the X-Act Contours last month. The Mopar were very good. The X-Acts are better.
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Re: Weather Tech Floor LINERS verses Husky Floor LINERS

Can you post a pic of them?
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See post #33 for a short video and #40 for nautiboy's photos in his WK2.
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Re: Weather Tech Floor LINERS verses Husky Floor LINERS

Thanks! I like the X-act ones, but I guess they still don't have them for the new Cherokees. I also only want a pair for the front. I don't want to spend the extra money for the rear ones and it doesn't look like I can buy the front and back separately with Huskyliner's weatherbeater ones. Guess I'll have to wait a while.
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I would go with the weathertechs. I have owned both (a couple times ;-), and the curling issue with the huskys means I will never get them again. That, along with the weathertechs using a less slippery plastic (live in Edmonton so quite often the water will freeze overnight) gives the feel of better quality.
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Re: Weather Tech Floor LINERS verses Husky Floor LINERS

I have had the weathertechs in my last 3 vehicles. While I always liked them, I felt they didn't go far enough up under the pedals towards the firewall and didn't cover enough of the foot rest pad. I had never heard of the Huskyliners until this forum. Never seen a commercial on TV for them or anything here, only see the Weathertechs. The X-act mats look like they are made as sturdy as the Weathertechs are, but again, the Husky site only affers the full set of front and rear on their other mats. Don't need rears, so I may just have to go with the Weathertechs.
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Got my Husky X-Act Contours from Amazon... cheaper than Husky site and free shipping. Front and rear are sold separately. I bought just the front set as the Mopar I have a good enough for rear which sees little use.
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