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Husky or Weathertech Floor Liners?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by t-frax, Nov 18, 2008.

  1. t-frax

    t-frax [OP] Well-Known Member

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    im about to purchase some liners for the front and rear seats of my double cab. which are better...Husky or Weathertech? i heard good of both. almost same price too. any one have pics of either ones?

    thanks.
     
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    husky for shore!!!!! IMO
    here are mine!!
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    i liked both the only thing that drew me away from the weather tech is they have hole for those floor hooks.... a hole= a place for mud and water to reach the carpet!!:(
     
  5. Joe B

    Joe B Well-Known Member

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    A little black or gray silicone chalk = problem solved! :)
     
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    lol i guess so... w/e works right!!!!:)
     
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    Janster Old & Forgetful

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    Another vote for Husky's.

    Pict of mine well used & dirty (and overtop factory floor mats)
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    I prefer the Husky Liners. The WeatherTechs are good, but I don't like the hooks and the possibility of leakage.
     
  9. missileman125fw

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    I believe the Weathertechs look superior. I've never had an issue of water or mud getting through to the carpet.
    Front Driver's side
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    Left Rear
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    Right front
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    Right Rear
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  10. Joe B

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    Great mats that fit like a glove.
    I have the same set.
     
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    this should be made a poll haha
     
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    I thought somebody did a poll awhile back! But hell, I don't remember much anymore, My brain is mush.
     
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    Very well could have... my brain is fried to.... too much input here at college!
     
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    Mine is mush because of too much...alcohol. And too much porn!
     
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    lol at least you are haveing fun lol!!!!!!:D
     
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    Ha! That's the only way to do it.:thumbsup:
     
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    Weathertech-great fit. had a set in my Tundra and ordered a pair for my Tacoma.
     
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    I don't have any pics handy but mine look similar to mm. They are terrific. Huskys do cover the dead pedal better, but besides that, all the research I did led me to the Weathertech. You will tend to hang a foot on the lip of the Husky sometimes. The WT are smooth to the sill.

    Haven't decided on silicone in the holes yet, but there is a good lip aroud the hole.

    The WT's are now into a second gen I believe, I think there is a little higher coverage behind the pedals than the ones mm has. This is what I was told by the shop where I got mine. MM, have you had them very long?
     
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    Another vote for the huskies. I like the dead pedal coverage.
     
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