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Old 01-09-2011, 02:20 PM   #1
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Husky liner or Weathertech?

Which protects my carpet best in my access cab tacoma better. Husky or Weathertech? I am a hunter and fisherman and outdoors person so need something better than my weathertech mats. Didn't realize there were liners that do a better job. Need something under the pedal area to catch the snow and stuff. Any input from all of you is appreciated? thanks
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Old 01-09-2011, 02:28 PM   #2
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I've got a set of Husky mats and they're great. They've got a deep curl up at the edges so water stays in the mat and doesn't get to the carpet below. Had them for 3 years now and they've held up great so far. They go under the pedals and cover that false pedal box (automatics) also for full coverage. I've never had weathertechs so I can't say anything for or against them.
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I've had the huskies for almost 3 years. No issues, great fit and color match.
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huskys get my vote
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Old 01-09-2011, 02:31 PM   #5
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I have the Husky Liners also. Love them. Fit and grey color match perfect. Bought them from Amazon.com way cheaper than anyone else was offering them for.
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i have weathertecs and can't be happier, i get snow from my shoes in the truck everytime i get in the truck and these keep the elements in the mat. sounds like either would be a good choice and sounds like matter of pricing is your only dilema perfect matching on color etc....
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Old 01-09-2011, 04:51 PM   #7
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Weatherbeater or oring Husky liner?

I see Husky has Weatherbeater and original Husky liners. What is the difference and which is the best for me? Very confuseing. Tried amazon site but doesn't list access cab and only can put in pre runner and x runner. Don;'t want to order the wrong thing again. Last time i just got the mats which was a mistake and cost me. For my 2010 access cab
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Old 01-09-2011, 04:57 PM   #8
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I've had HuskyLiners in both my '99 and my '10. Had them in my '99 for 8 or 9 years and never had a problem. One of the first thing I bought for my '10 also. As previously mentioned, the deep sides are nice cause once the snow turns to water, you can just pull the mats out and dump the water. I've also heard issues about Weathertechs having a hole in them for the little hook that hold the mats in place and that water gets through it and that you need to cut the WeatherTechs if you have a stick shift cause the clutch can get caught on them. In all fairness though, I've never had the WeatherTechs so I can't really speak from experience on them.

One thing I would recommend is get the black HuskyLiners over the grey. After the years, my grey ones in the '99 were kinda stained from the dirt. Now I have the black ones and am thinking they'll be better.
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http://www.amazon.com/Husky-Liners-6...4622376&sr=8-1

Front
http://www.amazon.com/Front-Floor-Li...4622768&sr=8-1

Thats for grey. Go on husky website to confirm model numbers for black or tan. To confirm fit on amazon you have to choose Base Model, then 4 door extended cab(access cab) not crew cab.
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I vote Weathertech, but i actually like the husky liners now because i just found out they cover the whole footrest thing on the drivers side on the floor
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husky liners work great for me
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Old 01-09-2011, 05:35 PM   #12
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i vote huskys have had them in all my trucks, and my current toyota has them front and back love them esp with kids
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Cant go wrong with the huskys, had them in my previous truck as well, and they will be in my next truck
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I've had both... personally, like the weathertechs way better. Much snugger fit, and they don't slide around. That's what drives me crazy with the Huskys
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Just got a set of huskies for the front and love them. The best price for them is at streetsideauto.com, 52.19 total with free shipping
http://www.streetsideauto.com/shopping/shopaddtocart.asp
(you need to add a 10% coupon to get that price, coupon name is SAVE)
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I love my Weathertech digifits , can't comment on the Huskys as I've never seen them in person , but by the comments posted here and in other threads , you probably can't go wrong with either brand.
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Thanks guys. I ordered the huskys from steetside auto. Called Husky to see the difference in reg floor liners and the weatherbeater husky and found they don't make the weatherbeater for the 2010 yet. Appreciate the advice from all of you
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im rocking the cabellas floor mats, my buddie has the husky and i noticed that the cabellas fit a bit better IMO
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Thanks guys. I ordered the huskys from steetside auto. Called Husky to see the difference in reg floor liners and the weatherbeater husky and found they don't make the weatherbeater for the 2010 yet. Appreciate the advice from all of you
Try changing the year to 2009, or even 2008.
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Old 01-13-2011, 04:06 PM   #20
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I have huskies and love them. The passenger one kinda lost its shape after awhile so I had to secure it with velcro, but as far as performance my undercarpets never see a drop the weathertechs are supposedly awesome too but i havent used them
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