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Old 07-18-2013, 10:08 AM
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What floor mats do you like the best for a '13 150 super crew.

I like the Ford floor mats because the rear is 1 piece and they say F-150. I can get a set for $79 from the dealer.

The weather tech all weather floor mats look comparable to the Ford floor mats. $99.95

The Weather tech digital fit floor mats are nice but pricey. I think a one piece front may be hard to take out and clean especially if it has water in it. $239.95
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Old 07-18-2013, 10:20 AM
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I just ordered the Weather Tech Digital floor mats the other day on ebay.


I can't wait to get them!! They are cheaper than getting them from Weather Tech's site (By about $33 bucks!) You can request seeing the picture of the actual mats,

I wanted the extra protection of rubber mats not only for when it rains but because I wear boots a lot and my heel tends to dig in to regular floor mats quickly while driving. I wanted something that looked great and covered as much as possible to preserve the carpet underneath as well.
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Old 07-18-2013, 10:57 AM
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What floor mats do you like the best for a '13 150 super crew.

I like the Ford floor mats because the rear is 1 piece and they say F-150. I can get a set for $79 from the dealer.

The weather tech all weather floor mats look comparable to the Ford floor mats. $99.95

The Weather tech digital fit floor mats are nice but pricey. I think a one piece front may be hard to take out and clean especially if it has water in it. $239.95
I picked up a three piece set for my 13 scab last week. They are the all weather mats from ford. I had them on my 13 explorer that I traded for the truck. Really like them a lot. And they look good with the f150 on them. Quality mats. I looked at the weathertech mats and were not overly impressed with them. I might of gone with them if I was a contractor or farmer, and had the truck in the fields or dirt all day, but I kind of think their over kill. Just my opinion.. And I just couldn't justify the price difference. Again just me. I paid 110.00 at a local dealer. It wasn't my selling dealer, but one closer to home. Maybe that's why the price difference. He did throw in a stainless travel mug though hope this helps. .........Steve.........(got to work on my sig)
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I also have the Weathertech floor liners. They are pricey, but excellent fit. The rear is a one piece that is easily removable, and looks great. When you pay what we do for our trucks, why skimp on the mats?
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:19 PM
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I have the husky mats in my srew. Had them in my '98 F150 too. Been very happy with them
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:43 PM
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Weathertech is the only way to go! I have front and rears. My father has had the same ones for four years.
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I ordered the All-Weather Floor mats (not liners) for my Scab from weathertech for $100 total, front and rear. They fit the factory drivers 2-post location that the carpet mats clipped into. The passenger side fits very well also. The rear connects/latches in the middle and goes across the entire back. Great fit. I personally don't require the added protection of the liners, although they are a good choice also. Can't really go wrong with weathertech

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I ordered the All-Weather Floor mats (not liners) for my Scab from weathertech for $100 total, front and rear. They fit the factory drivers 2-post location that the carpet mats clipped into. The passenger side fits very well also. The rear connects/latches in the middle and goes across the entire back. Great fit. I personally don't require the added protection of the liners, although they are a good choice also. Can't really go wrong with weathertech

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Yep I looked at those too...but the looks of the ones I got fit the platinum better...lol
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I was on the road the day after I picked up my 2013 so I ended up getting some pant-saver floor mats from wally world. They were only about $35 and fit surprisingly well.
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I got the digital fit weather tech ones.

One piece front, and rear. The front isn't hard to get out at all (after the first fumbling).
I have a sixth person that sits in the middle often, so wanted the extra protection.
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I prefer a carpeted look and feel. I have the Lund Catch-It mats front and rear. The rear is a 1-piece like you want. It looks carpeted but you can wash it with a hose. Perfect color match with the black carpet and looks like it could have come that way from factory.
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Old 07-20-2013, 06:05 AM
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Husky's in 7 different trucks. 'Snuff said! LOL
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UGH I wish my floor mats would hurry up and get here!
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I just use the rubber ones that came with the truck when I bought it. I still have the carpet ones also, never took them out of the plastic. I can't see myself paying the price Husky and Weathertech want for their floor mats.
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I have the All-Weather mats from Ford and they work fine for my needs. I don't get them too dirty but they come in handy on rainy days or when I do get dirty. I like the "F-150 insignia too". I was not a fan of the stock carpet ones. Dealer cost is around $70 and that's what I got mine for.
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