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Old 03-16-2013, 10:19 AM   #1
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Best Aftermarket Weather Mats?

Everything I've read, seen, and heard leads me to believe Weather Tech mats are the end all be all of weather liners.
Has anyone out there actually tried any others? Husky, Rugged Ridge, Maxliner?
My Factory weather liners look like swiss chee and hook the heels of my shoe when I'm clutchin. Looking to order some this weekend. Educate me real quick.
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There are so many threads already discussing this, you may want to utilize the search feature.
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Old 03-16-2013, 10:30 AM   #3
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Got any keywords? All I could find were threads discussing factory liner dismay and WeatherTech stoke.
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Husky, weather mats, etc. Do a search for title only and 2nd gen forums. You will find some to review.
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What oil should I use? What octane gas?
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i am thoroughly impressed with my weather tech mats. perfect fit!
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Weather tech no doubt.
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I love the weathertech digifit floor liners. I ended up buying them from a local place called autofinishers and their price was as good as any I could find online.
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Got the Digital Fit mats Front and rear. Love 'em. Buddy of mine got the Husky Liners....
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Husky liners cover more floor, don't interfere with the clutch pedal and has no holes.
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Husky liners cover more floor, don't interfere with the clutch pedal and has no holes.
this ^^^

had both Husky and Weather Techs in separate vehicles

Husky won that battle, and that is what i got in my new 2103 taco

Husky keeps the carpet the most clean, and least amount
of slush and salt due to it's reach up under the pedal area

weather tech falls short, but they do look fabulous.
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Weathertech's are quite good, but imo they are overpriced and the rear ones are not as thick and heavy duty as the fronts. I still do have a set.
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Weathertech's... /thread
x's 1,500,000,000,004 Weathertech's fit better, cover more and are a much better liner in general IMO. But it's all in what you want. Find a dealer close by,check them both out and make your own choice.
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x's 1,500,000,000,004 Weathertech's fit better, cover more and are a much better liner in general IMO. But it's all in what you want. Find a dealer close by,check them both out and make your own choice.
No. They don't cover more.

Weathertech Liners only cover up to 1/2 the dead pedal. The clutch pedal hangs up on the upper edge of the liner.

Husky Liners cover all the way up under all the pedals +
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I tried Weathertech and Husky. Husky is far superior. Much easier to take out and clean and they cover more area.
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No. They don't cover more.

Weathertech Liners only cover up to 1/2 the dead pedal. The clutch pedal hangs up on the upper edge of the liner.

Husky Liners cover all the way up under all the pedals +
Oh, I'm sorry I forgot that the Husky's have a mysterious layer that goes over the door sills that the naked eye can't see, and lock into the stock anchors. As far as the pedals go the Husky's extend under the pedals less than an inch further. Wow, that's more than incredibly useless. Bold makes you seem like your'e yelling.
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