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Old 01-12-2011, 03:58 PM
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Question Best Floor mats for trucks

I am picking up a 2010 F150 Lariat Supercrew next week.

What are the best aftermarket floor mats out there? I know of weather tech, but would love to hear what others have or swear by.

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I like Husky liners, I have had both Weather tech digital fit and Husky liners, I think the Husky liners are tougher.
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I am on my second truck with husky. I have an F150 and I love the one big mat for the back seat.
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My buddy has Weather Tech floor mats and they are awesome. I will be buying myself a set soon too
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I am on my 4th set of Husky Liners due to changes in trucks and will not have another one without them.
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Love my Weather Techs Have them in all kinds of vehicles and they are
so easy to deal with and my carpets look new after years of ownership

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Weather tech.
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My buddy has Weather Tech floor mats and they are awesome. I will be buying myself a set soon too
Thanks, Greg.

This is Brad Foxwell from Baltimore. We spoke a couple of weeks ago on the phone and you were kind enough to answer my questions about your Tundra.

I looked at them hard, but i needed a crew cab with 6.5' bed and finally found a Ford F150 in Memphis, TN that fits my needs. But I appreciate you taking the time to answer my questions.

Thanks for the info on the floor mats, too!
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Awesome Brad. I think the f150 is a great truck. At the time I was looking I was hoping for a better deal on a left over 2010 F150 with 5.4. Unfortunately I couldnt find one with a 3.73 rear and felt that I got much better pricing from the Toyota dealer. The F150 is a prettier truck IMHO.
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Husky...Weathertech had some early problems fitting correctly on my F150..Husky are in all my trucks this year.. I have had Weather Techs previously with no problems......but Husky's are less and made as good
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Are the heavy duty floor mats/liners worth it?

Or are just the liners sufficient? Keep in mind, this will be a daily driver and I dont live on a farm.
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Husky liners are great!
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WeatherTech all the way. I had Husky's in all my previous trucks, but once I tried the WT's I would never even think of going back. Fit is 100% perfect on my Dodge.
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Ditto the Weather Tech or Husky RUBBER mats. I had both and was pleased with each.

I hate the plastic liners.
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I have a set of tan Husky Liners that came out of my 07 F150 crew cab. I will make you one heck of a deal if the color is right.

Personally, I won't own another vehicle without them.
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Weather Tech

Great and American made. Owned two sets for two vehicles. Great product, great fit, etc.
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I just went through this with my new to me truck.

The WeatherTech digital cut floor liners seemed very cheap, very light and were very expensive (almost $200 for a set) for what you get. I went with the original WeatherTechs which were $90 for a set (front and rear). I used to have another pair of original weather techs in my old Jeep and they outlasted it...
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I get mine at Sam's. Great mats and we have them in all 4 vehicles. I'm thinking of getting a set for the boat.
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There is a big difference in protection between the universal mats and moulded mats. The universal generally allow sand, dirt and water to flow past the edge of the mat onto the carpet, the moulded mats that are specific to each vehicle retain the sand, dirt and water or channel it over the door sill preventing it from getting on the carpet.
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