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Avalanche cargo mat fits

Someone was giving this away. I've been looking for a mat for the rear of my Excursion, and this thing fits in there pretty well. It is is very heavy duty, and is kind of ribbed on the bottom. So, it's petty thick and has some cushion to it. I like the tread pattern too. For free, I'm very happy.



It's just a little small in either direction. If I need the 3rd row. I'll just roll it up.



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Great idea, you might try cutting a slot in where the 3rd row mount goes!
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Great idea, you might try cutting a slot in where the 3rd row mount goes!
That's what I was thinking. Cut some holes so you can latch the third row back down and that will hold the mat in place when dragging things off of it. Also, the one Chemical guys product I have is their VRP, vinyl, rubber and plastic dressing. It does a great job with rubber floor mats to make them look good without leaving them too greasy.
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