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Old 01-10-2019, 10:47 PM
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Weathertech 3D floor mats

I won't lie, I'm a big fan of Weathertech products and it looks like they have been seeing Husky taking some market share and did something about it... they have introduced "3D" floor mats. Not out for our trucks yet but I'm sure it is a matter of time. I think they look pretty sharp and take care of some of the current digital fit short comings.

https://www.weathertech.com/ford/201...3d-floor-mats/
 
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Old 01-10-2019, 11:29 PM
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Originally Posted by jjac81 View Post
I won't lie, I'm a big fan of Weathertech products and it looks like they have been seeing Husky taking some market share and did something about it... they have introduced "3D" floor mats. Not out for our trucks yet but I'm sure it is a matter of time. I think they look pretty sharp and take care of some of the current digital fit short comings.

https://www.weathertech.com/ford/201...3d-floor-mats/
I just put a full set on mine they are amazing
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 06:22 AM
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I ran them in my 2011 and also in my 2017. They fit great and I like the material much better than Husky. Husky almost pulled me in with their KR color ones, but I just cannot get over the 'feel' of the Husky mats.
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 06:55 AM
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I ran them in my 2011 and also in my 2017. They fit great and I like the material much better than Husky. Husky almost pulled me in with their KR color ones, but I just cannot get over the 'feel' of the Husky mats.
The WT feel like hard plastic, and hold no water. Everything runs out to the sill and in the wire chase. After a messy winter, my trucks looked like crap inside. Husky solved that problem, I might consider the new WT 3D someday, but for now, WT is just a plastic liner... no real holder of melted snow.
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 06:58 AM
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The WT feel like hard plastic, and hold no water. Everything runs out to the sill and in the wire chase. After a messy winter, my trucks looked like crap inside. Husky solved that problem, I might consider the new WT 3D someday, but for now, WT is just a plastic liner... no real holder of melted snow.
No comparison to the Digital-fit (3d) WT liners. Not a hard plastic at all. But, to each his own; everyone has different feelings on the matter and there are plenty of choices out there for sure.
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 08:07 AM
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No comparison to the Digital-fit (3d) WT liners. Not a hard plastic at all. But, to each his own; everyone has different feelings on the matter and there are plenty of choices out there for sure.
Agreed. Do you have the new 3D? Iím going to keep my eye open. They donít look industrial like the Husky and are more appealing to the eye.
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 08:19 AM
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Yeah agree the WT didnt hold crap for water..i switched to Husky and its night and day difference..Dont know about the 3D WT though
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 08:39 AM
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They have available what they call ďlaser measuredĒ mats for our SDs. At least for my configuration: crewcab, carpet floors, bucket seats, cargo under rear seat and no floor shifter. $200.

They look like they would hold a lot of snowmelt and all kind of crap. I got the Ford all-weather mats but after seeing these, I should have skipped that option and just get WTs.
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 09:03 AM
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They have available what they call “laser measured” mats for our SDs. At least for my configuration: crewcab, carpet floors, bucket seats, cargo under rear seat and no floor shifter. $200.

They look like they would hold a lot of snowmelt and all kind of crap. I got the Ford all-weather mats but after seeing these, I should have skipped that option and just get WTs.
I have these in my SD and have used them in my past 5-6 vehicles. They do keep water and salt from getting to the carpet. Water will stay in the mat and if it did get deep enough, it runs over the sill to the door jamb. Good product.
 

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Agreed. Do you have the new 3D? Iím going to keep my eye open. They donít look industrial like the Husky and are more appealing to the eye.
Yup, those are the ones I have. I really like how much crap they hold. I have both front and rear.
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 09:35 AM
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When I got my 2017, I put in the weathertech. From day one, they had huge-1"plus-gaps where they met the seats and smaller gaps most other places. I also hated the plastic feel. Family got me husky for Christmas. About 75% better. Gaps are gone but they also have somewhat of a plastic feel.

 
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Old 01-11-2019, 02:27 PM
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Guys I used to think Husky floor liners were awesome because they held water and mud off my floors too. I never appreciated the draining out the door sills of the WT until I moved to Michigan and spent a day in heavy snow. Next day when I went to get in my truck the mat was a solid sheet of ice where the snow had melted, mat held it in place for it to freeze like a glacier. It was a ******* to clean up too. The ice kept the mat from flexing to remove it so I had to break it into chunks to get it out. Ordered the WT later that day and have never looked back. I won't own another set that doesn't drain even though I hope to never have to live in the frozen tundra again. The mats that dry are much cleaner in the long run for obvious reasons.
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 03:22 PM
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Agreed on the fact they don't collect water is a plus.

I also consider the more rigid material a plus. When I bought my first WT floorliners for my old 2011, I initially thought they felt thin and cheap. I was expecting thicker, more pliable rubber. But after using them I realized I much preferred that style, as they retain their shape over time and don't divot/compress the carpet and padding underneath. Generally my vehicles show wear underneath the mats after a few years, but my 2011 carpet looked nearly new when I sold it. Maybe it's my driving style by getting so much wear under my right heel, but the WT sure helps the situation.
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 06:45 PM
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Stopped using WT mats. Material is hard, they donít hold any water, and they are difficult to clean if you get any type of dirt heavy with red clay on them.
I went to Husky X Acts and not going back
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 09:26 PM
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I enjoy my Weather-Tech liners. They work well for my needs.
 

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