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Old 11-17-2012, 08:14 AM   #201
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2012 Mats worked perfectly in my 2013 with twist lock. Thanks Scott for quick ship after order.
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Old 12-27-2012, 05:38 PM   #202
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waiting on mine to come in after reading this thread ,,tks to all that posted
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Mine are on the way from WeathTech, I received the window shades today from them but not the mats yet!
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:26 AM   #204
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ordered mine from Scott on Monday, and FedEx dropped them off on Thursday....not bad considering Christmas was in there, along with a winter storm in the Nations midsection....

2013 Tacoma....fits perfectly....
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Old 12-31-2012, 08:36 AM   #205
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I can't find a thread on Dash Mats, started one but no one responded. Has anyone found one they love? I've been look at the CoverKing molded and also the seude, but want to get the best and just don't know, there are too many of them.
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I can't find a thread on Dash Mats, started one but no one responded. Has anyone found one they love? I've been look at the CoverKing molded and also the seude, but want to get the best and just don't know, there are too many of them.
If your worried about fading just use a good dash cleaner/protector and you should be alright
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put my WeathTech mats in and they are great even for a standard shift like my 2010 tacoma , only had to trim a half inch were the clutch pedal went down,,cant even tell it
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Old 01-11-2013, 02:27 PM   #208
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Mine fit like a glove with no trimming and protect everything. I bought them from Weachtech and can't say enough good about them. I've got deep snow now in Utah and it's snowing like crazy as I write, but I don't have to worry about getting in my 2008 with auto trans, they're great!
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These floormats catch everything! Just traded a vehicle that I had the WeatherTech mats in for 2.5 years, and I hadn't taken them out to vacuum the carpet the entire time. I removed the mats before trading the vehicle, and the carpet looked like new . . . nothing got under them.

These mats aren't cheap, but they definitely do the job!
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Old 02-19-2013, 07:18 PM   #210
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Getting mine tomorrow, and looking forward to it. With 2 kids, these are much needed.
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Old 03-01-2013, 08:29 AM   #211
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i have them but my clutch keep getting caught so i had to cut a notch out if it.
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I love them, great fit, and they are keeping the mess at bay. I really love the rear ones. I constantly had to slide the back ones in place with the stock mats, from my son getting in and out. These don't move, so very happy about that.
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For my 2008 auto Tacoma, they fit like a glove and are fantastic, no more mess on my carpet - Love Them!
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I want to pull the trigger on these, already have worn through my stock mat and into the carpet underneath... only thing I'm worried about is if my heels will slide around, especially when wet and muddy. Any thoughts? I'm not sure if this is at all a problem for anyone, obviously people love the damn things
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I want to pull the trigger on these, already have worn through my stock mat and into the carpet underneath... only thing I'm worried about is if my heels will slide around, especially when wet and muddy. Any thoughts? I'm not sure if this is at all a problem for anyone, obviously people love the damn things
Never had an issue myself of sliding around. They are pretty grippy, even when wet.
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I want to pull the trigger on these, already have worn through my stock mat and into the carpet underneath... only thing I'm worried about is if my heels will slide around, especially when wet and muddy. Any thoughts? I'm not sure if this is at all a problem for anyone, obviously people love the damn things
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Never had an issue myself of sliding around. They are pretty grippy, even when wet.
I was worried before, but my feet did not slide yet in well over a year since I got them.

You will have to cut a small section of the driver side mat to make room for the clutch pedal and to make sure it does not get stuck on the mat when released.
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Never had an issue myself of sliding around. They are pretty grippy, even when wet.
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I was worried before, but my feet did not slide yet in well over a year since I got them.

You will have to cut a small section of the driver side mat to make room for the clutch pedal and to make sure it does not get stuck on the mat when released.
sounds great, thanks for the heads up
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Think I will also get a set after seeing everyone's apparent happiness with them
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2013 Tacoma Weather Tech Mats

I too purchased the Weathertech mats. The Drivers side and rear Passenger mats fit really well however the front Passenger side mat does not fit as well as the others. I called Weathertech and sent them the pic's and got the standard turn them inside out in a warm room for 24hrs to fix problem.

(My wife has them in her 2012 RAV4 and had issues and got the same response, it worked so so but still does not fit like a "Digitally Fit" should fit in my mind)

Anyway I did what they asked and still no go. Sent them pictures again and asked if they test fitted on a 2013 Tacoma like mine the only response I received was they have no answer to why they are not fitting.

I removed the plastic holder that the trucks twist lock device fits in and trimmed the mat to make everything line up. Not Happy but it fits better along the plastic threshold of the door which I was more worried about. (PIC NOT SHOWN)





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Thank you for the order and sorry for the trouble with the fit. I wonder if this was the same issue the 2014 guys were running into...

They fit much better in the pre-facelift trucks for some reason.

Still have them on GB here
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