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Husky liner or Weathertech?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by Deano, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. Nick Sells

    Nick Sells Well-Known Member

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    I have weathertech can't complain I haven't had them long enough to tell if there are any issues but I ended up getting the front two for 33 bucks brand new so I wont have too much room to complain if they do.
     
  2. Stanley

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    you talking about the digi fit huskys? never had a issue with sliding considering they are cut to fit perfect. the weathertechs in the photos look like there are spots without grip and they also have the the hook which i see pointless with digi fit mats. more or less a hole for water as mentioned . but i also had to get the huskys. i only drive standard vehicles
     
  3. Deano

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    Got the husy's and they seem to fit fine. Didn't want to try a 2009 year for my 2010 if the co. doesn't list it as makeing one for it yet just in case there was some minor change. Too much trouble to ship something back if there was. If they make them and can't tell me it fits i won't buy it for that year. Pain when you don't have them in hand to try first. THe way life is anymore. For people in a warm climate i am sure my weathertech mats would work fine but not when i am in a snow state. Probably try to sell my grey weathertech floor mats and get back some of my loss.
     
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    After reading this thread last night, I decided on a set of the Husky's from Street Side Auto. $105 shipped. Couldn't come close to that price for the weathertechs.
     
  5. WNYTACOMA

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    I've had both. The Weathertechs provide superior coverage, especially over the door sill area where most of the stuff is flung when entering the vehicle.

    If the idea is to protect the carpet from staining, smell, Weathertechs are the best i have seen to date.
     
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    Were your weathertechs the digitalfits? I would be interested in buying them if they are?

     
  7. K Williams

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    Does anyone know how to remove the double floor hooks so I can install the Husky liners? :confused: Thanks. Time to find the owner's manual to see if it has any instructions in the meantime. LOL
     
  8. ouyin2000

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    I believe you just pull up on them. The bottom clip can be pinched to remove it a bit easier. Maybe a set of needle nose pliers of you can't pull it up high enough.

    When I ordered my Weathertechs, they came with a new set of floor clips, so maybe the Husky Liners will too, if you're concerned about breaking one.
     
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    I would agree with the previous poster who questioned the need for the holes for the floor hooks with the WeatherTech digifits. I have the WeatherTech digifits for a 2010 double cab and they fit so well that they would not move at all - even without the holes for the floor hooks. I suspect the holes for the floor hooks are there to comply with some Toyota requirement that they be there - not sure. Anyway the holes for the hooks are raised up - i.e. there is a bump where the hooks are located - so water and stuff won't run into the holes. I guess if liquid fell down directly on the hook holes some of it could get through to the carpet. I haven't dumped a drink onto my floor or anything like that - but we have had snow on the ground for about month straight now - so I am always getting into the truck with dirty/wet shoes. So far, nothing has made it to the carpet at all. The great thing about the WeatherTechs is that they come up over the door sill. When you clean your truck it is very easy to wipe out the floor area with a damp rag. You just wipe everything to the door side of the floor mats - then wipe it up and over the door sill and right out onto the ground. There is really no need to vacuum your floors with these floor liners. I've got a black truck with gray interior. I went with the black mats and I don't regret it. The black mats look good with the gray interior and I think they show less dirt/crud when they are dirty.
     
  10. K Williams

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    I tried pulling upon it, but all that's happening is that it pulling the carpet off the floor of the truck. Maybe the clip isn't popping out because the cold weather makes the plastic rigid?? I don't want to rip the carpet off the floor, which looks like what will happen if I pull the hook with full strength.
     
  11. Agent475

    Agent475 "Mark It Zero"

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    I have the WeatherTechs Digifits and love them, they look great and hold up well. Just ordered a second set for my '06 Mustang and will get a set for the wife's Cobalt next.
     
  12. island808

    island808 Me l've got brains.

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    Factory all weather are awesome and frequently touted as the best.

    The weathertech seem cheap to me. They "kind of" fit. and get filthy quickly.
    But hey, toyota made the truck super light colored.

    Get thems "off road" all weather mats that toyota sells. Black is where its at for floor mats.
     
  13. Foihdzas

    Foihdzas What is hummingbird?

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    a bump... my Digi fit huskies served as a vomit retention device last night. Sorry guys, no pics :p
     
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