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Old 08-26-2009, 06:33 PM   #62
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I think the Toyota all weather mats will work fine for me as they came with the truck at cost. However, The "Catch All" floor mats IMO look better then all the other's mentioned above, but function or perform as good if not better. I had a set in a 8 seat Excursion, and 9 years later they still looked new. The only wear showed on the driver mat, but it still looked above average after nine years. Check these out especially if you want a carpet looking floor mat, with the durability and performance of the heavy duty rubber mat options out there...
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I have the factory all weather mats and I have worn through the driver side in less than a year. Are there any all weather mats that have a lifetime warranty? I am in and out of my truck everyday like a UPS man.
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Do you have an update?
Guess I may have worded that incorrectly. I already have my mats and had to cut for the seat tracks. Guess my point was, I have the latest production mats and the design had not been changed.
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Haha me i went to autozone and bought regular rubber mats and customized it to perfect fit i paid 10 bucks for all 4 ... Thats A DEAL
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i have black weathertech floorliners for the front and a husky cargo liner for the rear of my access cab.

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Does any one have pics of husky liners in the back of thier 2nd gen access cab? Or a link to a thread that has one. There is a rep in it for ya.
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Does any one have pics of husky liners in the back of thier 2nd gen access cab? Or a link to a thread that has one. There is a rep in it for ya.
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...tml#post884711

That's a link to the post right before yours. Does the second picture not have a label that says Husky Cargo Liner? And it's on an AC if I'm not mistaken? There's also a few other similar pictures on earlier pages of this very same thread.
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I like my husky liners....
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http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...tml#post884711

That's a link to the post right before yours. Does the second picture not have a label that says Husky Cargo Liner? And it's on an AC if I'm not mistaken? There's also a few other similar pictures on earlier pages of this very same thread.
Yeah but that's the liner when you fold down the seats. I have must have missed this pic as promised rep for you.
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Everyone on this forum talking about spending too much...if you just wait for a group buy, you will save at least 50% of the original cost. Just my .02 from personal experience.
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Weather tech all the way!!!!
You will not be disapointed!
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After getting my Taco yesterday...I realized that the carpet style floor mats suck...I was considering ordering some Weather Tech floor mats but wanted to know what people thought...can anyone advise whether this is a good choice or if there is anything else out there that is better.
i got the Cabela Trail Gear. believe they are weather tech with the Cabelas name. So far thru 1 full winter and a pretty soggy spring in KY, they have out performed the stock all weather OME rubber mats I had to start with. Fits great no problems with the clutch pedal, send pic's soon.
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Do the Husky liners actually feel like they have grip to them? I didn't like how slick the weathertechs felt when I was checking them out in my friends Ford. My shoe kept sliding around.
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Do the Husky liners actually feel like they have grip to them? I didn't like how slick the weathertechs felt when I was checking them out in my friends Ford. My shoe kept sliding around.
They have plenty of grip. I recommend them!
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Do the Husky liners actually feel like they have grip to them? I didn't like how slick the weathertechs felt when I was checking them out in my friends Ford. My shoe kept sliding around.
spill a little soda on them and let it get sticky and theres plenty of grip



BTW i like my husky liners
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Do the Husky liners actually feel like they have grip to them? I didn't like how slick the weathertechs felt when I was checking them out in my friends Ford. My shoe kept sliding around.
My weathertechs were slippery when new or right after I have hosed them out. Once they get a little wear and are dry they are not slippery.Oh and I got my fronts and rears for $125 in a group buy. They are not $200 like someone said earlier.
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They have plenty of grip. I recommend them!
Thank you good sir! How did the situation with Discount go regarding them scratching your wheels?

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spill a little soda on them and let it get sticky and theres plenty of grip



BTW i like my husky liners
Hopefully I like mine.

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My weathertechs were slippery when new or right after I have hosed them out. Once they get a little wear and are dry they are not slippery.Oh and I got my fronts and rears for $125 in a group buy. They are not $200 like someone said earlier.

I ordered a used pair of the BST section here. Front and rear for 75. Didn't feel like waiting for a group buy. Maybe when it comes up and I don't like the Huskys I will order them.
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I bought a 1993 F150 back in 1999 that had Husky liners in it. I don't know how long they had been in the truck when I bought it, but they still look great today and the truck has almost 175,000 miles on it now.

I do like the way the weathertech liners look, so I'm going to try a set of them in my new 2010 tacoma doublecab.

I honestly think you'll be happy with either one.
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Have a set of Weathertechs in my Access cab and I don't have any complaints.
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