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Weather Tech Floor Mats

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by wilsonpj, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. wilsonpj

    wilsonpj [OP] Well-Known Member

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  2. wilsonpj

    wilsonpj [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I think there is the dead pedal and a clutch on the manuals right....?
     
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    I have a manual with Weathertechs.

    I've not had to cut mine yet. The only reason you would need to cut them would be to have the liner not hang up the clutch pedal when it's fully depressed. If it hangs up, the simple fix is to just cut out a notch for the pedal.

    Like I say though, I haven't had to cut mine yet. Even when depressing the clutch enough for starting, I don't get hung up. I think there would maybe be an issue when depressing it enough to get into 4lo, but I haven't tried yet. And even if you do find that you have to cut the liner, it would be a tiny cut and shouldn't affect your decision to buy them for your manual transmission. Great investment.
     
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    I have a manual with WT's as well. Noticed the first day of driving with them that the clutch was getting hung up when fully depressed. (on more than one occasion too)

    very simple solution though,

    depress clutch and hold, use marker to outline the pedal, take scissors and cut away!

    Very easy and would recommend it. WT doesn't offer their floor mats for a manual, so you'll have to order them for an automatic. Don't worry, they'll fit just fine.
     
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