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    Floor mats

    Just purchased my first brand new truck, always had older trucks that it wasn't a big deal if I got some mud in them. But this one I'm hoping to avoid that as much as possible. I know us hunters and outdoorsmen are probably one the hardest on the interior of a truck. With that being said what is a good set of floor mats that's not gonna break the bank but still dependable. Been eyeing up husky's, but looking for opinions and possible more options. Im thinking in to 175-225 range.

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    those huskys are pretty awseome matts. and you can get them for your specific truck

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    I have weather techs in both my trucks. Super floor mats.

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    Husky's where on sale at Cabelas might want to check online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 25contender View Post
    I have weather techs in both my trucks. Super floor mats.
    This! They are much better than husky in my mind.

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    Weather techs man weather techs

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    Lets see a pic of your new ride!

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    Oh and get the floor liner digital fit fro Weather-tech. I think they run around $125 for the pair.

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    Husky Liner floor mats are probably the only mat you really need to consider. I just ordered the front and rear mats for my new truck last week. I paid about $165.
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    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    Weather Techs are awesome but.... If you are the type of person that rarely removes your mats I wouldn't recommend them. I have a friend that runs a detail shop in farm country so I get to see the abuse. Many farmers use these weather techs and never pull them out. What stuff does get underneath is trapped and ground in making it very difficult to clean. I use them and pull them and vacuum under them monthly- my floors always look new. I believe the Husky's are good matts as well but my detail guy said weather techs are better in his opinion.

 

 

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