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Old 04-13-2014, 11:49 AM
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Re: Coming Soon: Full Husky Floor Liner Reviews

Have tried both from Husky, and hands down, the x-act fit is a better mat. The other one is like plastic, where as this is rubber, and the fit is great. Weather techs are also plastic. I wanted the rubber feel, as it gives better traction when the bottom of your shoes are wet.
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Re: Coming Soon: Full Husky Floor Liner Reviews

I am very pleased with the Mopar slush mat. Great fit, don't move around, plus has the "JEEP" logo. By- the -way, no high edges to curl, super deep, and large tread. Holds plenty of liquid.


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I am very pleased with the Mopar slush mat. Great fit, don't move around, plus has the "JEEP" logo. By- the -way, no high edges to curl, super deep, and large tread. Holds plenty of liquid.

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Agree. I have them too and are certainly more than adequate. Well, my only complaint is the size of the map for the rear seats. A little more coverage would be nice, but besides that, no issues.
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Re: Coming Soon: Full Husky Floor Liner Reviews

Well, got the weather techs and am extremely pleased with fitment, quality and feel. They drop in like a glove on a hand. Folks were worried about the holes. Don't be. Nothings getting thru the slots. There's like a an extra film around the hole to firm the seal. As for the rears, read plenty complaints from others that the fitment didn't cover the area, specifically under the front seats. These are well fitted and leave room for more movement and not worry about the out of bounds area. The cargo mat fills and a swear seals the entire area, well fitted and totally impressed with that as well. I am so pleased with these, I am ordering a set for my wife's X5. Just a note for you all that may be interested, AutoAnything will actually do a search for the lowest price prior to ordering and if found, will give it to you for that price. I was really pleased with this vendor and got a good buy on these. Weather Tech is like other premier vendors, you will not see huge slashes in their price, as it is pretty much a standard on what the vendors can sell them for. Just an fyi.
Also, I do own a ram 2500 and have the Husky liners in it. I also have no complaints with those, but for the Jeep and the BMW, I feel these are perfect to match with the interior quality.
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Well, got the weather techs and am extremely pleased with fitment, quality and feel. They drop in like a glove on a hand. Folks were worried about the holes. Don't be. Nothings getting thru the slots. There's like a an extra film around the hole to firm the seal. So pleased, ordering a set for my wife's X5.
Did u get the rear mat too?
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Re: Coming Soon: Full Husky Floor Liner Reviews

I guess I have to agree with Chunderboy about the coverage of the backseat mats.


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Did u get the rear mat too?
Yes I did. Covers corner to corner really well.
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Re: Coming Soon: Full Husky Floor Liner Reviews

Well I have compared the two different Husky liners and also the Mopar liner. Right now I am undecided. I actually like the look of the Mopar liners the best. I took a bunch of pictures and have created a video with them. I am working on adding audio to it and will share it with you all as soon as I am finished.
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Re: Coming Soon: Full Husky Floor Liner Reviews

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Well, got the weather techs and am extremely pleased with fitment, quality and feel. They drop in like a glove on a hand. Folks were worried about the holes. Don't be. Nothings getting thru the slots. There's like a an extra film around the hole to firm the seal. As for the rears, read plenty complaints from others that the fitment didn't cover the area, specifically under the front seats. These are well fitted and leave room for more movement and not worry about the out of bounds area. The cargo mat fills and a swear seals the entire area, well fitted and totally impressed with that as well. I am so pleased with these, I am ordering a set for my wife's X5. Just a note for you all that may be interested, AutoAnything will actually do a search for the lowest price prior to ordering and if found, will give it to you for that price. I was really pleased with this vendor and got a good buy on these. Weather Tech is like other premier vendors, you will not see huge slashes in their price, as it is pretty much a standard on what the vendors can sell them for. Just an fyi.
Also, I do own a ram 2500 and have the Husky liners in it. I also have no complaints with those, but for the Jeep and the BMW, I feel these are perfect to match with the interior quality.
I would have to strongly disagree with that statement about the WeatherTech footwell mounting hook slots/holes. When I had these they let wet salted muck seep under the mats into my clean footwell carpeting in the winter & allowed seawater under the mat and into the carpet when loading a PWC in the summer! The Huskys are much better at protecting the footwell area carpets when you really need them to perform their best, everything stays in the tray, until you remove it! The hard pastic WeatherTechs were also very slippery when wet!
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The Huskys are much better at protecting the footwell area carpets when you really need them to perform their best, everything stays in the tray, until you remove it! The hard plastic WeatherTechs were also very slippery when wet!
I agree. I just took my WeatherBeaters out for the summer, and the foot wells look virgin.
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I agree. I just took my WeatherBeaters out for the summer, and the foot wells look virgin.
I thought about switching out the slush mats Monday, but didn't. Good thing... 2" of snow last night.
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Re: Coming Soon: Full Husky Floor Liner Reviews

I switched mine out over the weekend when it was 80 degrees. We got a couple inches of slushy snow yesterday, high around 30. Luckily, I'm retired, and spent the day working on things in my basement, ignoring the weather.
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