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Old 03-14-2010, 05:21 PM
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Re: Help: Husky vs WeatherTech floor mats

My Weathertech second row is one piece.
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Old 03-14-2010, 05:24 PM
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Re: Help: Husky vs WeatherTech floor mats

Husky is 2 piece. Thats the only reason i have not bought the husky 2nd row. I have khaki husky liners up front but i think i am going to buy the weather tech 2nd row in Khaki. Eventually i will get the weather tech front liners in khaki so they match.
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Re: Help: Husky vs WeatherTech floor mats

Has anyone gotten the weathertech cargo area mat? Also can we get a good pic of both brands driver mat. Specifically the dead pedal.
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Old 03-27-2010, 10:03 AM
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Re: Help: Husky vs WeatherTech floor mats

i love my husky liners!!
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Re: Help: Husky vs WeatherTech floor mats

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Has anyone gotten the weathertech cargo area mat? Also can we get a good pic of both brands driver mat. Specifically the dead pedal.
I just bought a completed set of used Weathertech mats from this board last week and am really happy with them (except they are $$, but worth it if they save the carpet). I got the "Floorliner Digital Fit" front and rear, along with the cargo area mat...

They fit real well, although slightly thinner than what I expected (but not saying they aren't still durable). However, it doesn't cover the dead pedal all the way, but improvement over stock...I think I'm going to use a big piece of velcro/liner and attach it to the carpet there. Otherwise, they protect the carpet real well. IMO, carpet (mats) "look" a lot better, but I'll make the tradeoff and so glad to get rid of the oem mats and their poor coverage!

The rear cargo mat fits complete and real well, also...but the only bummer is you lose your tie down and secret compartment access...
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Re: Help: Husky vs WeatherTech floor mats

Interested in pics of the husky.
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Re: Help: Husky vs WeatherTech floor mats

This is the best i have of my husky liners.
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Thank you sir.
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