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Old 05-18-2011, 05:54 PM   #21
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Just install mine ... I had to trim to make sure the clutch it'S not going to interfer with the mats ...
The one behind(2011 access cab) fit perfectly
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Old 06-05-2011, 08:11 AM   #22
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2011 Access Cab - Got mine done Wednesday, had to trim for the clutch. Not a big deal, really like these mats.
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The weathertech's are nice, but I would recommend to everybody with the manual to trim them even if they seem to not interfere.
Mine also "fit" and worked, "no problem" for like two years. No interference at all. Until that one day on a campground. I wanted to start driving, but the clutch would not move back from the floor. Until a few secends later, when it snapped over the edge of the floorliner. Luckily, the truck only launched forward a few feet and then the engine stalled because I hit the brake. But it was kind of scary, and makes you look kinda dumb, too, if there are people around. You'll have no idea what is happening at first, it was weird.
I trimmed the mat right there and then with a knife. It's very easy. I would recommend trimming to all of you with the stick, I also thought they fit no problem.
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The weathertech's are nice, but I would recommend to everybody with the manual to trim them even if they seem to not interfere.
Mine also "fit" and worked, "no problem" for like two years. No interference at all. Until that one day on a campground. I wanted to start driving, but the clutch would not move back from the floor. Until a few secends later, when it snapped over the edge of the floorliner. Luckily, the truck only launched forward a few feet and then the engine stalled because I hit the brake. But it was kind of scary, and makes you look kinda dumb, too, if there are people around. You'll have no idea what is happening at first, it was weird.
I trimmed the mat right there and then with a knife. It's very easy. I would recommend trimming to all of you with the stick, I also thought they fit no problem.
X2-I tried it without trimming and it took a few days but the pedal eventually got caught...so it's trimmed now.
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No trimming here, have had mine for 4 years and there is several inches between the pedal and the liner with the pedal depressed, but in previous threads mine does not look like the rest of yours... ?
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