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Old 07-01-2015, 01:32 PM   #1
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Weathertech floor mats are the ONLY way to go!

The Weathertechs on my F150 that I traded in on the Mustang really did not fit that well, and were very loose fitting in the footwells.
I decided to give them another shot for the new GT, and I've got to tell you how well these things FIT! Nice and tight all the way around, and on the driver's side, where the two posts are, they have a fastening system that I think is new. They come with way bigger holes in the floor mats and some velcro topped two piece thingamajigs that snap on over the posts in the floor........way easier to slip in the floor mats onto these than to find the little posts every time.
I also think that they look terrific...........

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I have them in My Tacoma and my wifes CRV....excellent product made in USA. Well worth the $
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I have them in my Roush, they are perfect for my line of work. It keeps the carpet clean. I've ordered a trunk kit and planning on getting them for my truck!


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I have them in My Tacoma and my wifes CRV....excellent product made in USA. Well worth the $
And I had them waiting for me on the porch four days after placing the order! They really are a great company.
Pretty interesting that they don't make them until you order them....all they have in stock are big pieces of black plastic, and they make them into floor mats in about two seconds once you place your order. As for price....pretty reasonable too.
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I bought the Ford all weather mats. So far I like them.
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Old 09-11-2015, 10:22 AM   #6
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Weathertechs have been great for me so far. Highly recommend them.
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I bought the husky liners. Had them a year. So far very happy.


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Alright, I'm convinced, I am ordering a set.


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update:

I came across a set for my 2012 V6 Stang that in their previous life were in a Boss 302.

+ 25 HP! at a price I couldn't refuse and they fit great.
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Waiting on my Weathertech for the Mustang to arrive. Since I will be driving it more this winter I decided I need a set. We have them for my wife's MKZ - she wanted to protect the carpeting in that car, and I had them in my Mariner that I used as my winter/commuter car. In the Mariner they were very handy the day I dropped a cup of coffee on the way to the office!
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I'm going to order some Monday. Anyone have knowledge of Weathertech compared to the Husky liners? I have a set of the Weathertechs in my wife's Fusion and they're great but willing to try the Husky Liners in the Mustang since they seem comparable in the previous post above.
Anyone had both and recommend one over the other?
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I have both. Weathertech in my pathfinder. Husky in the mustang. Both are quality floor liners. I tried the husky in the mustang because it protects the pedal area higher up. Husky's are a little cheaper also.


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Old 11-08-2015, 12:16 PM   #13
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Has anyone experienced any movement on either the husky or weathertech mats? I want to get some for my 15 but im hesitant because i had them slide and jam the gas pedal once in my 11, i had to push the clutch it and turn the car off and then coast over to the side of the road, overall not a very fun experience.
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Haven't had any movement in either the MKZ or the Mustang and they never moved in my Mariner either. Just make sure that you snap them on the posts and they shouldn't budge.
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The Weathertechs are worth every penny. I love mine. They fit like a glove and look cooler than the standard floor mats.

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make sure you spring for the Liners (not the regular mats) idk about 15's but in my other 3 cars with weather tech liners they all have retaining systems on the drivers side.

3 vehicles with them....now that's an endorsement.
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