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Old 08-17-2014, 11:33 AM
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If they are for an F-250 of the same year as my Ex (2000) will they work in my truck? I would think so, but if someone knows for sure would be great!

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Old 08-17-2014, 11:40 AM
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If they are for an F-250 of the same year as my Ex (2000) will they work in my truck? I would think so, but if someone knows for sure would be great!

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Fronts should be the same
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OP- Jamesbfishin is correct.

Below is links to both applications. Weathertech does not show the rears on there website for Excursion's. The fronts are the same number.

I personnaly went with the Husky liners in my Super Duty. Even though its a 99 I ordered the 2002 version which has an optional hump liner and ability to cut out for the Manual T case.

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I prefer the Weathertech look up front but what are you guys using in 2nd and 3rd row?
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I need to get something to replace my Goodyear rubber mats but can't seem to justify the cost of those
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I'm looking at both of them now and the husky are cheaper but also have a middle hump insert available. I think I need to invest in a set of these. Husky also offers 2nd and 3rd row mats as well!!!

Husky Floor Liners - Reviews on Husky Car & Truck Mats - Best Deal

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http://www.autoanything.com/floor-mats/64A2002A0A0.aspx

Some Hexomat thing?

http://www.autoanything.com/floor-mats/75A2570A0A0.aspx

Flexomat.... seriously:

http://www.autoanything.com/floor-mats/75A6424A0A0.aspx
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Weathertechs are nice, could only find them for the front and cargo area. second row Im using Husky. Have used Husky in 2 previous trucks and if I was to place an order for the Excursion again, Husky all the way through. I like the lip that the husky has down by the door, traps everything, the Weathertechs are flat by the door and let rain, snow melt and sand run into the carpet.
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I'm getting them for 30 bucks. The lady doesn't have the truck anymore and wants them out if her garage.
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I'm using Husky on all the rows, I have a set in tan and a set in black. I like the look of the Weathertech but I won't use different brands/looks in the same truck.
I wish Weathertech made them for our trucks.
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I'm looking at both of them now and the husky are cheaper but also have a middle hump insert available. I think I need to invest in a set of these. Husky also offers 2nd and 3rd row mats as well!!!

Husky Floor Liners - Reviews on Husky Car & Truck Mats - Best Deal

Weathertech:

WeatherTech Extreme-Duty DigitalFit Floor Mats & Liners for Cars, Trucks & SUVS - Front & Rear - Best Reviews

Some Hexomat thing?

Hexomat Floor Mats - Reviews on Hexagon Honeycomb Car Mats & Rubber Truck Floor Mats by INTRO-TECH AUTOMOTIVE

Flexomat.... seriously:

Flexomat Floor Mats - FLEXOMATS All Weather Car Mat
Get the huskys, good mat for a good price. I have weathertechs for the front and actually thinking of getting husky fronts because of better protection with lip by the door
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I have the weathertech "all weather" floor mats in mine front and rear plus the cargo area mat. I don't drive mine in winter, so don't need/want the lip like the husky's have. Personal preference. They feel like a quality piece and I give them an A for my application.
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With the mud and snow the husky's huge lips and catch all style in the "classic" form work and looks great that is why i chose them.

I have the "weather beater" style Huskys in my F-150 they are more modern styled and very form fitting.

I have Husky's in 3 of my trucks now and i'm very happy with that, the 16 year old ones in my '98 Expedition still work great and look like new when cleaned up.
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