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WeatherTech Floorliner Fitment Question

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by bremertaco, Mar 14, 2009.

  1. bremertaco

    bremertaco [OP] Member

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    K&N air filter, monster knob shift knob, popnlock tailgate lock, raider canopy
    After plugging in info for my model ('05 access cab) at the WeatherTech website, the "Floorliner" page says it will not fit manual transmission models. I assume there is some interference between the clutch pedal and the forward-most "lip" of the Floorliner. Has anyone encountered this issue? I thought I had seen some people w/ X-Runners have these kind of mats. Can a notch be cut out of the front lip of the mat? Is it as straight-forward as that?
    Thanks in advance,
    Chris
     
  2. EquinsuOcha

    EquinsuOcha Bourbon

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    I've got a manual and the Floorliners, unless there was a severe redesign in the Floorliner between 2008 and now, they will fit without any trimming or cutting.
     
  3. snowmansgarage

    snowmansgarage Well-Known Member

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    I recently put a set in my '06 and I'm very happy with the protection and fitment. Trimming for the clutch pedal took about 2 minutes...here's what I did:

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  4. EquinsuOcha

    EquinsuOcha Bourbon

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    Mine never required any trimming. I think I have the redesigned version of Snowman's.

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  5. Outlaw

    Outlaw Well-Known Member

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    Weathertech floor liners, stone and bug deflector, Putco Element In Channel Window Visors, Viper remote starter, Harley lighted hitch cover, Harley front mudflaps, Metal Miller Harley Grill Emblem, Grillcraft grill, SockMonkey design Bedside Decals and 3rd Brake light TRD decal, K&N Air Filter, Goodyear Duratrac 265/70/17 C load, Valor Exhaust tip, De-badged tailgate, Advantage Tonneau Cover, Smoked license plate cover, NFab step bars. Custom Ipod holder. Stock Suspension :(
    my first accessory for my 2009 acc. cab was the weathertechs. i pulled out the stock mats from day one and put the Weather techs in. Clutch pedal will get stuck behind it, so trimming is a must . super easy to cut through. i put the clutch to the floor and used a utility knife and cut about an extra 1/2 inch around the clutch . so if the mats moves a little you wont get the clutch caught on it. Best investment ever IMO.
     
  6. michael2468

    michael2468 Active Member

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    Our the stock floor mats that say tacoma on them supposed to be removed prior to instaling the weathertech mats. Or can you leave them in or and I just a dumb A**
     
  7. Outlaw

    Outlaw Well-Known Member

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    Weathertech floor liners, stone and bug deflector, Putco Element In Channel Window Visors, Viper remote starter, Harley lighted hitch cover, Harley front mudflaps, Metal Miller Harley Grill Emblem, Grillcraft grill, SockMonkey design Bedside Decals and 3rd Brake light TRD decal, K&N Air Filter, Goodyear Duratrac 265/70/17 C load, Valor Exhaust tip, De-badged tailgate, Advantage Tonneau Cover, Smoked license plate cover, NFab step bars. Custom Ipod holder. Stock Suspension :(
    Yes you need to pull out the factory mats prior to installing the Weathertechs.
     
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