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Interior Molded Cargo Area Protector
FOrd Part #: 7811600 The Photo in the PDF catalog on the ford site is not much good. I need to know if it covers the whole floor space in the back with the thrid row down flat. And is it a heavy duty rubber mat. I have 2 gaint size dogs and this would seem perfect to keep the floor in good keep.
I have it and its not that great. Good idea, just poorly executed. It doesnt allow you to fold the seats up without moving it. You have to move it all around to go back and forth and it doesnt cover the whole rear end when the seats are down, there is like a 12" gap uncovered. I recommend going with one of the other aftermarkets.
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This one is a Husky liner for the area with the 3d seat down. Flexible enough to roll up and stick behind the 3d seat should you need the seating.
We have a camper and the liner is invaluable for firewood, blocks, grey water tank, etc. The raised lip retains all the spills we've experienced.
I have Husky liners on the front and 2d seat floor areas too. Bought 'em for my Explorer back in '02 just to keep the carpets clean when we're camping and tramping thru the woods but fount there was no reason to remove them. Ordered a set for the Expedition while it was on factory order and put them in right away.
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