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Husky liner coverage

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by jasper07, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. jasper07

    jasper07 [OP] Member

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    Do the Husky Liners cover the same area as the Weathertech liners? I have seen the Weathertech but not the Husky Liners.
     
  2. tacomaniacmatt

    tacomaniacmatt Well-Known Member

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    kinda getting out of hand...
    The huskys cover(from what I read before buying) about the same area as the weathertechs. The husky liners on the foot rest go up higher, but I think that is the only protection difference. I have the weathertechs and IMO they look WAAYYY better...and also they are more flush on the door sill..
     
  3. hoosiertaco

    hoosiertaco clowns to the left-jokers to the right

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    Seat belt chime mod, Rear spring TSB, Xzilon paint and fabric protector, front tint 15% too dark, redo to 30%, Weathertech Liners frt&bck,foglights on anytime mod,use defrost w/o A/C mod. Powdercoat black TRD skid plate. Sockmonkey custom 'Whitetail' decals. OEM bedmat. A.R.E. V series shell with some goodies. WeatherTech vent visors.
    Yes the Husky's go higher on the dead pedal. But when I took my Tech's out last week for the first time this winter, there was no stains on the carpet around the dead pedal. I was surprised. The coverage at the door sil is much better on the Weathertech because it reaches out over the sil. And because the Weathertech is smooth you are less likely to kick it on your way in the truck, risking knocking off snow, dirt, or whatever on the carpet at the sil. The Weathertechs hold plenty of melted snow too!

    I did not fill the holes for the tabs on the Techs with silicone, something I will do when the weather warms. The dirt that got through those holes was not an issue though. Minimal and easy to clean up. But without using the tabs, I found out that they aren't really needed.

    There are many threads on these two, many pluses and minusus both ways. I have said before I would like to buy a Huskytech. A cross of the two would be perfect!

    Now go search, and have fun reading for hours.:D
     
  4. rachunter

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    I like the Huskys better than the weathertechs for a couple of reasons.
    #1 The dead pedal area is not covered well with the weathertechs and I can promise you that mud and snow will run down this area and stain the carpet.
    #2 I bow hunt alot and during the fall and winter I get alot of mud and snow on the liners, if the hole in the weatertechs is not filled it will also let mud and water get to the carpet and that equals another stain.

    Here are the Husky's:

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  5. Joe B

    Joe B Well-Known Member

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    The Weathertech Floorliners fit and look better,IMO.
    I'm not a fan of Husky's diamond plate look.
     
  6. jasper07

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    thanks for everything guys. I appriciate the info.
     
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