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Old 08-27-2010, 10:01 AM   #21
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i just ordered a set of digital fits, i missed the group buy!!
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Old 08-27-2010, 10:06 AM   #22
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get the ones that match your interior (gray or brown) they will how much less dirt than black
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Also is it worth getting the rears in an access cab?
I think so. I got the rear (which is one seamless piece that goes over the hump). You do have to remove the rear storage/console box to lay it down, but that's just 4 bolts and a few holes drilled through the mat (or you can cut it to fit). If you drill holes through the mat ane reinstall the box, the mat is pretty much in there to stay (you'd have to remove the box each time to get it out) but that's no big deal because you can just wipe it down with a rag and vacuum it out. Glad I got both fronts and rear tho.
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actually i have the grey digital in font and rear in my DC and still wouldnt trade them because they match, but if you feel good with black then i would get black. Dirt stains in deep on the grey and tan. just my opinion
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