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Old 06-18-2011, 05:54 PM
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Re: Weathertech rear cargo liner impressions

I like the looks from the pictures of the Weather Tech the best and will probably get a set of those and a set of Lloyd's mats too, once I get a WK2.

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Update- my WT has flattened out and I have to say its pretty awesome. Fit is very nice and it's really good looking keeping everything clean back there.
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Re: Weathertech rear cargo liner impressions

My WT liner fits perfectly. The OEM mats are much more difficult to keep clean because of the rubbery material that they are made from. I have used OEM mats and liners in my other two GC's, but I personally am much happier with the WT stuff.
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I bought the weather tech liners for my 2009 WK and liked them so much that I spent another $275.00 to get a set for my 2011 WK2. Good stuff!!
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