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Old 02-22-2013, 10:49 PM   #1
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weathertech

hey guys is this a good price

http://www.weathertech.com/toyota/20...e-floor-posts/

for floorliners complete set
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Old 02-23-2013, 05:19 AM   #2
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Your link just takes you to the weathertech website. Unless you can find a used pair, that is about the best price you will find. Others will be close but higher due to a markup from another distributor.
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it is about 100 bucks for a pair of fronts, just about the going rate anywhere
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Old 02-23-2013, 05:40 AM   #4
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I have had both Weathertech and Husky Floor Liners. The Huskys protect more and are much easier to install. Look at the Husky before you decide.
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Old 02-23-2013, 07:35 AM   #5
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Ah okay the weathertech is 170 front and back sorry about the link guys
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170 is the going rate.
Take a look at some of the threads for 2013's w/ weathertechs. Some guys are having issues with them. Not sure if this is a one off problem or a weathertech production problem w/ the new 2013s.
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Weathertech sells on ebay. I got my complete set for my double cab for I think $180 , shipping included. They came in just a few days. Love'em.
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I have had both Weathertech and Husky Floor Liners. The Huskys protect more and are much easier to install. Look at the Husky before you decide.
The Classic or the WeatherBeater Huskys? It looks like the only difference is the design of the molded pattern on them, though...
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hey i found http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/buy...ml#post5295966 if you guys sitll want to stick with weather tech
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According to that thread, the WeatherTechs are $160 shipped for DC. The quote I got for Husky WeatherBeaters on AutoAnything is $144 shipped.

The Huskys cover the retention hook holes; the WeatherTechs don't.

The WeatherTechs have an ugly glossy badge on them; the Huskys don't.

The Huskys have a lifetime warranty; the WeatherTechs have a 3-year warranty.

Hmm... I think my mind is almost made up.
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how deep is the surface comparing to the weathertechs? i like the huskys because it covers the hook i also saw the warranty but however the warranty only covers if its something they factory mess up on and its mats what could be a defect cause by them for us to use warranty? use and wear caused by the consumer and cause the mats to crack or rip i doubt would be covered by warranty if that makes any sense..
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i also saw the warranty but however the warranty only covers if its something they factory mess up on and its mats what could be a defect cause by them for us to use warranty? use and wear caused by the consumer and cause the mats to crack or rip i doubt would be covered by warranty if that makes any sense..
The warranty actually sounds pretty good to me:

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Husky Liners® guarantees to the original purchaser of Husky Liners® products that they will not break or tear under normal usage during the life of the motor vehicle in/on which they are installed. This warranty shall only be effective while the original purchaser owns the motor vehicle and shall not apply to Husky Liners® products that have been removed from the original vehicle on which they were installed. This warranty applies only to those parts that are correctly installed in/on the vehicle for which they were intended.
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I have the digital fit floorliners in my '09. Honestly, the look good but compared to other products I've used, they allow a ton of shit to get under them. That's considering price. I wouldn't say they allow more, but they also don't allow less which is silly for how expensive they are.
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how deep are the grooves? sorry what i meant about the warranty is that theres really no need for it they would insure defects and such but what could go wrong with mats? lol just an opinion i saw somewhere esle the grooves werent deep on the husky do you know?
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while weathertechs are celebrated here...I think they are over rated. I know because I've had 2 sets. They also are overpriced (I guess it's how they can afford prime time TV ad spots)

The OEM rubber mats for 67bux from TRDparts4U do the same thing...protect the carpet.

the weathertechs don't cover the dead pedal...and allow sand/dirt/water to get behind if you place your left foot there.

I guess if you live in snow country, or work in muddy conditions and are constantly getting in/out of your truck...or if you are prone to spilling 32 ounce drinks (and the drink makes it to the center of the liner and misses the center console)...they may be the right product for you.

I also don't like the hard plastic feel of the weathertechs under foot...especially w/ wet shoes. I'll take the OEM rubber mats...or the OEM carpet mats.

I will add, I had a set of Huskys in a F-150 years back (dealer put them there)...they were OK. But I'd still prefer carpet or rubber mats over the plastic liner style.

your opinions may differ.
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The Classic or the WeatherBeater Huskys? It looks like the only difference is the design of the molded pattern on them, though...
The box says "Husky Floor Liners". I don't think they are classics.
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I think I'll pull the trigger on the Husky liners. They've gotten enough good reviews on AA, and enough people around here seem to like them.
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how deep is the surface comparing to the weathertechs? i like the huskys because it covers the hook i also saw the warranty but however the warranty only covers if its something they factory mess up on and its mats what could be a defect cause by them for us to use warranty? use and wear caused by the consumer and cause the mats to crack or rip i doubt would be covered by warranty if that makes any sense..
I have a 14 year old husky and it still passes as a month old after 210,000 miles
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Old 02-23-2013, 11:34 PM   #19
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Hmm damn i might just get the huskys due to the holes though no lie i havent found a plug for weather tech because there isnt one unless i silicone it how are the grooves ive only seen weathertech in person my buddy has it in his tundra and the grooves are deep
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Either style is referred to as floor liners. The Weatherbeater design came about because Weathertech was handing them their ass in the sales end of the game. Also where the name Weatherbeater came from, implying they beat Weathertech. Nifty also had to change their design to keep up.

I sell both brands, doing far more with Weathertech. I have used both in my cars, no issues with either.
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