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Husky "Weatherbeater" or WeatherTech Difital Fit?

View Poll Results: Which liners would you buy?
Husky Weatherbeater Liners 1 7.69%
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Old 07-28-2012, 03:25 PM   #1
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Husky "Weatherbeater" or WeatherTech Difital Fit?

Looking for some current opinions on fitament, material quality, etc. compared to each other. Looking for liners for my 4runner. Husky weatherbeater liners are less expensive, but want to make sure quality is the same. Thankas!
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Old 07-28-2012, 03:33 PM   #2
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Huskyliners don't fit as well. Got Weathertechs myself. Liked them enough that I got a second set for my Subaru a year later.

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Old 07-28-2012, 04:04 PM   #4
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Do a little searching. Weather Techs are more money, but for a very clear reason.
My problem is I can't find the clear reason. So far I've read that the husky weatherbeaters have better coverage, they completely cover the left foot rest and are less slippery. I am a weathertech fan, but those two things appeal to me. Just afraid the quality may not be the same as the weathertechs.
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Huskyliners don't fit as well. Got Weathertechs myself. Liked them enough that I got a second set for my Subaru a year later.

Damn that's a clean truck!
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^Not my truck. Looking closer though, Weathertech appears to have improved the retention hook design to stop leaks.
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^Not my truck. Looking closer though, Weathertech appears to have improved the retention hook design to stop leaks.

I see that. On the huskys, evidently there are no holes, you simply just remove the hooks, I think. That seems like another advantage. It's a hard choice, and that is a huge factor.
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