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Old 08-20-2009, 01:20 PM
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Rear Cargo Mat Options

Hey all,
Finally got my 07 Eddie Bauer Expedition. Pics coming soon.

I want to get a cargo mat that will cover from the back of the 2nd row all the way back with the 3rd row down. I also want to keep it in when I need to put the 3rd row up. I've read that the Weathertech is flexible enough to roll up behind the 3rd row when it is up. Anyone have experience with this or pictures of this?

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There's a bigger version of the Husky Liner available. The lip around the edge is vital for protecting the interior. This will roll and fit behind the third seat for sure. I think the larger one will as well. Shipped rolled up.

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Have you ever compared your Husky to a Weathertech? The Husky products I've seen in person seem flimsy compared to the Weathertech.
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I have a weathertech and Canvasback cover for my cargo area, the CB cover is the better one for me as the WT cover gets in the way sometimes.
Best part of you can unzip the sections where the seats fold down.




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I like the canvas back look. I wish they had something for the sides. I have some scratches on the side panels.
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I've used the Husky liners for about 7 years. First in my Explorer and a different set in the Expedition. Nothing to compare them to but they've been very nice. You can see all my camping gear. Those water jugs sometimes leak! The raised lip retains the spills.

You can't get things too heavy duty and expect to roll them up behind the third seat.

I have these liners on the passenger floor too. Used to move them in and out for camping weekends. They're there all the time now.

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I ended up going with Catch-all floor mats for all 3 rows and a weathertech cargo liner for behind the 2nd row. I plan on leaving the 3rd row down most of the time, so this should work out. Thanks for the opinions!
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I got the Canvasback cover and it's really nice. Good fit, the velcro really sticks and it comes with a zipper for the splitting the third seat back and cutouts for the handles on the backs of the center seats. Looks good too when the seats are folded up. Not much extra material hanging out and what's there is easily folded away. Looks nice and clean.
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