Any recommendations for floor mats that are heavy duty, all-rubber, cover the center hump, and look like they belong inside F250. Links to sites with decent photos (not the crappy generic photos) for the mats would be nice.
I have Husky Liners in mine, they match colors to make the interior, andthey are easy to clean, just wash them when you wash your truck, that easy
I second that! Husky Liners are worth every penny. That is one of the best investments I have made.
__________________ 2002 FORD F250 XLT 4X4 CREWCAB LONGBED 6.8L V10 15inch LIFT w/CUSTOM ATLAS SPRINGS AND DONAHOE EDGE PARTS, SIX(6) FOX 2.0 SHOX, 20 x 10 WELD RACING CHEYENNE 8, 39.5 x 13.50 x 20 SUPER SWAMPER IROKS
I have the Husky liners (purchased from Cabela's) in both my trucks. The color matches the interior perfectly. I had them in my 2002 truck which I traded in with about 24,000 miles (18 months old). I removed them to put in my new truck and the carpet looked brand new underneath. In fact, I installed the brand new (removed from the 2002 truck at the dealership when new) Lariet carpet mats back into the 2002 truck. I still had the window sticker to go with it. Whoever bought the truck got a practically new truck.
The investment in Husky liners is worth every penny. The truck went through two winters (snow) and two break-ups (mud) and totally protected the carpet of the truck. BTW, I also had the center hump and rear passenger protectors. In fact, a quick wipedown with 409 and the used mats looked just like new in my new 2004 truck (small scratches from grit but not noticable).
I tried the tan Husky liners in mt '05 F250 Lariat and the color did not match at all. Maybe something has changed with Ford's tan interior color. Anyways, I ordered the Catch-All Extremes because they matched the interior better and offer about the same protection as the Huskys.
I have a Husksy floorliner, Im not crazy about it. I have a 4in lift and my foot catches the edge of it when I get out, also the floor shifter for the 4x4 doesnt fit the way I would like it to ,under the mat . I saw a full floormat in JCWHITNEY that covers the whole floor ( I have an excab) I think its rubber. Check them out.
1999 F250SD BLACK AND TAN EXTCAB ,7.3PSD ,SRW, LNGBD, AUTO ,LARIET TRIM ,MFG 1/99 ,TUBEGRILLE INSERT 4X4 RANCHO 9000 SHOCKS, AIRLIFT,5700SERIES AIRBAGS,HADLEY SOLENOID ATTACHED TO AIR TANK WITH OLD FREIGHTLINER AIRHORNS MOUNTED ON FRAME RAIL ,4"LIFT ,LANCE#835 TRUCK CAMPER
Lumberman-be careful getting out! With the lift and the lipon the mats, I can see you tripping out of the truck. Ouch! I hear ya! Ben there.
Even with the lip on the mats, they rock! They stay put and hold up very well. Carpet stays spotless. I've had them in both my SD Ford and my previous GM truck. Husky rocks if your ok with the plastic look and functionality. If you want the soft carpet look, then get CatchAlls.
I put the husky liners in too. I also got the center hump liner. THey said that i couldnt use the center liner with the six speed. All you have to do is cut a hole in it. I got the black ones. Had them in my 94 and in my dads 92. Got the molded carpet types for my moms TrailBlazer.
Tim Sheriff 04 Reg Cab, Superduty, 6.0, six speed, white over silver My photos
I will throw in a vote for the Husky floor liners. Great products.
The backside of the center hump piece has markings for cutting out the pieces needed to clear the manual transmission shift lever, the manual transfer case shift lever, and center console for those with Captains & a center console up front.
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Since Husky needs a little help in the running, I'll put my vote in. Got 'em for my 2005 F250 FX4 Lariat Tan interior. The color may be slightly off, but that is very slightly off IMO. Makes up for it with the looks and performance. They have that diamond plate pattern look with a superior contour fit. Bass Pro Shops website also has them.
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