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Old 10-07-2017, 03:15 PM
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Old 10-07-2017, 04:00 PM
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What year was your truck? There was a change on the driver side around 2013.
 
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Assuming you took out your huskies and went with WeatherTech? Did you look at the Michelin's? Pricey but they look awesome
 
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Old 10-08-2017, 08:30 PM
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Assuming you took out your huskies and went with WeatherTech? Did you look at the Michelin's? Pricey but they look awesome
Not real sure where all that came from. I just traded my 2012 and don't need them anymore.
 
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We are a bit confused because the title of the thread says "WeatherTech" but the images clearly show "Husky Liners".
 
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Old 10-08-2017, 09:23 PM
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We are a bit confused because the title of the thread says "WeatherTech" but the images clearly show "Husky Liners".
Wow, I stand corrected. Always thought they were weathertech brand. Thanks for setting me straight. Still available if anyone wants them. If not, they go to the burn pile. I went with the Ford mats for my 2017. Haven't received them yet so don't know how I will like them.
 
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Old 10-09-2017, 12:37 PM
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We are a bit confused because the title of the thread says "WeatherTech" but the images clearly show "Husky Liners".
That's where all that came from - thought you were swapping out your Husky's for WeatherTech's - I have the WeatherTech's, not enamored with them. Going to go with the Michelin Edgeliners - so I'll be posting a picture of my WeatherTech's asking if someone wants them in the next month or 2
 
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I have had Husky Liners since I bought my 2015 F-250. They look and work great, EXCEPT, Driver's side under the accelerator wears out in just a year. I mean a hole in the mat. The people at Husky are great, BUT to get them replaced under warranty you have to Mail the Mat back. Terrible waste of time and money. I did get one replacement, but same thing happened again, I am going to switch to another brand. Please give me some advice on what to buy and where to buy it.

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I have had Husky Liners since I bought my 2015 F-250. They look and work great, EXCEPT, Driver's side under the accelerator wears out in just a year. I mean a hole in the mat. The people at Husky are great, BUT to get them replaced under warranty you have to Mail the Mat back. Terrible waste of time and money. I did get one replacement, but same thing happened again, I am going to switch to another brand. Please give me some advice on what to buy and where to buy it.

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I have Weathertech in my '13. Driver's side and rear (crew cab) are very good. Passenger side is a different story. Unlike the Husky, the Weathertech's do not have the carpet grabbers on the bottom. They are smooth. Since the passenger side does not have the snaps in the floor, it slides around. I had to put the factory floor mat back in and double stick tape the weathertech to it on the passenger side to prevent it from moving. Discovered this when my dad (in his 70s) got in my truck and darn near fell to the ground as the weathertech slipped up under the dash.

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I now have used Maxliner in my last 2 trucks. They are my favorite and fit my 2017 F250 perfect;.
 
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X2, but on the 15 versus weatgertechs on the 08 and 11. Have moved on to Huskies for the 15, they are non-slip and formed to the floorboards better, but not as "husky" as weathertechs.

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I have Weathertech in my '13. Driver's side and rear (crew cab) are very good. Passenger side is a different story. Unlike the Husky, the Weathertech's do not have the carpet grabbers on the bottom. They are smooth. Since the passenger side does not have the snaps in the floor, it slides around. I had to put the factory floor mat back in and double stick tape the weathertech to it on the passenger side to prevent it from moving. Discovered this when my dad (in his 70s) got in my truck and darn near fell to the ground as the weathertech slipped up under the dash.

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