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Old 02-15-2009, 05:21 PM
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2008 xl 4x4 f250 v8. Love everything about it..especially the rubber floor

i wish i had a rubber floors sometimes.... sand doesn't exactly come right out of carpet!
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i wish i had a rubber floors sometimes.... sand doesn't exactly come right out of carpet!
I'll tell ya every truck I had was fully loaded.

My f250 has just the basic, no power windows locks, rubber floor, bench seat. And I am very pleased with it. Only optional stuff is the upfitter switches and trailer brake controller.

I had a fx4 level2 ranger that gave me nothing but power window problems,

I had a fx4 f150 that gave me different window problem, the molding kept folding into the window track. had in service a total of 3 times for that.

The rubber floors are great wipe emm out with warm soapy water after a vacuum and clean as new!!

No worries about slushy muddy boots!!
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They say with the rubber mat in the floor with carpet over it, they are super quiet on floor board noise.

I moved you guys over here. i wanted to keep chatter outa the picture thread.

Got some nice lookin trucks.
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Oops sorry for the talking in picture thread.

The only design flaw I see with the rubber floors is, If you have snow covered boots and it fills up your floor mats their is a pitch down to the rocker panel molding..were Ford ran some wiring that tends to fill up with water..

No biggie if you stay on top of knocking snow off your boots/ dumping out your floor mats!
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I always knock off my boots before getting in. and if my passenger does not, they get a big earfull from my mouth, and i'm sure you all know how much that would be. haha.
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i was like wth, i didnt start this topic?!! lol.
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