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Old 01-01-2013, 09:30 AM
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Best floor mats

I have a 2013 F350 CC Lariat and need mats. I hunt so I am always tracking mud. Who makes the best full coverage floor mats? Husky? WeatherTech? Cabelas? etc.
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I have weather tech in both my trucks. Very happy with them.
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I have weather tech in both my trucks. Very happy with them.
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Old 01-02-2013, 06:14 AM
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I have a set of Rugged Ridge floor mats and could not be happier. They fit great and hold a bunch of water (melting snow).
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Old 01-02-2013, 06:27 AM
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I have Weathertech in both my vehicles. Best floor mats (they prefer to be called floor liners lol) ever!
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I got the Huskeys, very good and keep water and mud on the mat not the carpet. Plus they are about half the price. They fit perfect too.
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I've always had Weathertech liners.

My truck has the manual 4x4. Weathertech did not make a liner for that setup.

So I went with Husky. I thought that I would be disapointed but I am note. I think that they fit great. And the rear liner fits much better than the WT did in my '05.
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Husky liners here... No complaints whatsoever. Well, I could complain about the front center piece, it doesn't lay under or over the driver/pass. side floormats seemlessly. It gets the job done though...
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I have weather tech in both my trucks. Very happy with them.

...ditto... Really happy with them in my '12...and had them in my '03 as well.


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Old 01-03-2013, 05:07 PM
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I ordered Husky's. Weather Tech is not available for 2013, yet.
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I ordered Husky's. Weather Tech is not available for 2013, yet.
You will like them a lot. They keep all the snow on the mat. So no salt marks on the carpet. I'm sure the Weather Tech work just as well, just a little more money.
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I have the WeatherTechs also and really like them.
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My buddy had rugged ridge and they seemed pretty nice. I have weathertech rear in my burban and it has held up well. I also have a husky in my dodge and the edges are all curled up. It was in there when I bought the truck so I am not sure how long they have been used. I also looked at the husky liner in a buddies tahoe today and the edges are all curled up. I wrote them an email and he basically told me they should not to that under normal use. What does normal use in a SUV mean?
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:20 AM
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My Husky's arrived. Look and fit great. I hope the edged don't roll. Will keep you posted.
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These Husky mats are just over 2 years old, have been in my truck since day one. As you can see, my complaint from earlier regarding the center piece still stands, seems like an afterthought by Husky but still gets the job done...



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