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Old 01-29-2010, 09:58 AM
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Re: New floor mats aren't a good fit.

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Beats my random mats they sent me off with at Carmax. Shit slides up under the gas pedal after a while since it doesn't stick on the hook on the floor. Suppose I should go ahead and cut a hole for that but I'd rather just have the legit mats.
haha i got the same problem got some pos mats that came with the car when i bought it ... need to get some good ones
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Re: New floor mats aren't a good fit.

Just as an FYI - The new mats I purchased and pictured on the right are PN #82209072
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Re: New floor mats aren't a good fit.

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Try the slush mats from just for jeeps. Perfect fit & durable.
I have slush mats (came used with the Jeep) and they're holding up well. The driver's side mat is thinner under the pedals, though...definitely slowly wearing though. The only other problem is the coverage isn't quite as wide as I'd prefer so the carpet is a little stained in places. Not sure what the best way to deal with that is.

In my old WJ I actually bought bathroom floor rugs from Target that (mostly) matched the interior color and they kept the interior spotless. The coverage was great, they absorbed everything and nothing leaked through into the carpet. They didn't look terrible but definitely not as good as mopar mats.
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Re: New floor mats aren't a good fit.

yeah....the slush mats are too small and my Nike shox have worn a place just below the pedal
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Re: New floor mats aren't a good fit.

The driver's side mat is thinner under the pedals, though...definitely slowly wearing though.
and my Nike shox have worn a place just below the pedal

Bought the Jeep slush mats when I bought the '08 WK. The driver's side wore out (hole under accelerator) within 1 year. Luckily they were warranted for 1 year, so it was replaced by the dealer free of charge. What I do now: Bought a cheap set of small slush mats (like for rear seat area) and leave 1 on top in the accelerator area. Now, no wear problems on the Jeep mat.
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