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Re: Weathertech Liners or Mats

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I would def go with Husky floor mats, for the price and fit they are perfect! If you want pictures let me know . By the way weather tech mats do not cover the foot rest completely and behind the pedals on driver side. I believe there are pictures of the Weather Tech mats already in KL section
Hello ChadRizor..

thanks!!! I would have gone with the Weathertech floor liners but just could not justify the price.... good thing I found out about the Husky Floor Liners from this forum and would say they are definitely better and at a reasonable price as well!

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Old 11-28-2014, 08:30 AM
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thank you Sir...

checked out the husky... they looked way nicer than the weathertech as the husky seems to be using better / thicker materials...

and cheaper too!!! will order one now..

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I was originally going with the WeatherTech, until I saw the Husky mats. They completely cover the dead pedal and supposedly are easier to clean.
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I decided to go with Rugged Ridge liners. I liked the weather techs but it didn't seam to hold that much liquid. I wanted a place for all the melted snow to go and stay away from my pant legs while driving. I picked up a full set of fronts, 1piece back seat and rear cargo area off of Amazon for 150 +free shipping. Seem great so far





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I'd go Husky Liners - they cover more, clean easier
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Like the Husky liner for the back of my new '15 Jeep Latitude - wasn't as expensive as the weathertech which was nice - fits nicely!
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Re: Weathertech Liners or Mats

I got mats. That is the Mopar Jeep mats as in the Trail Hawk for my Limited.
Did not like the look of the Weather Tech liners. They look OK in say an F150 but not a Cherokee. They make me feel like my feet feel like they would have been in a bowl. Of course that is just my opinion.
I used a generic mat for the cargo area from Amazon and it does the job.
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weather tech perfect fit both front and back looks and works great. no worries
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Re: Weathertech Liners or Mats

We carry both WeatherTech Liners and Husky Liners. Both are great quality and offer the same level of protection but the Husky tend to be a bit less expensive. You can't go wrong with either one though.

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Re: Weathertech Liners or Mats

Just ordered a set. I just picked up my Trailhawk last night. I cant say I'm impressed with OEM mats especially with the winters we have here. Ive had them in other vehicles and I find them to be very good



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Has anyone tried ordering the WeatherTech Floor Liners for the 2014/2015 Jeep Cherokee... is it a perfect fit..? and is this better than the Floor mats...?

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Re: Weathertech Liners or Mats

I went with the WeatherTech digitalfit for the GC. I think they are great. For me....I didn't want a "chunky" floor mat. I wanted something with out deep ridges. Anyway the front fits absolutely perfect!! The rear fits over the tranny hump and they is a slight gap/raise over that. Of course they were put in when it was pretty cold, even though I let them heat up in the house for a while. Anyway found a coupon on line and got them for about 160 shipped. Never having to worry about my carpet again it was totally worth it.
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Re: Weathertech Liners or Mats

FWIW, I ordered Husky Liners for the front and back seats from Amazon of our 2014 Cherokee. They fit great and stood up very nicely to Utah winter.
As for the window visors, I installed a set from Weather Tech.
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