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    Interior floor mat liner for truck

    Anyone have any recommendations on floor mats for trucks? I want to get a liner shell, and not just the size of the floor mat, but to pretty much cover the upholstery.
    There are quite a few different kinds out on the market, so I figure I'd ask you guys and gals first.



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    Re: Interior floor mat liner for truck

    Without a doubt... the best they got out there, weathertech. I got some for my new Dodge Ram, and I LOVE THEM.

    WeatherTech Automotive Accessories - Car Mats, Floor Mats, Cargo Liners, Side Window Deflectors and More



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    Re: Interior floor mat liner for truck

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonegrad07 View Post
    Without a doubt... the best they got out there, weathertech. I got some for my new Dodge Ram, and I LOVE THEM.

    WeatherTech Automotive Accessories - Car Mats, Floor Mats, Cargo Liners, Side Window Deflectors and More
    That's the main one I've been hearing from people so far.



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    Re: Interior floor mat liner for truck

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonegrad07 View Post
    Without a doubt... the best they got out there, weathertech. I got some for my new Dodge Ram, and I LOVE THEM.

    WeatherTech Automotive Accessories - Car Mats, Floor Mats, Cargo Liners, Side Window Deflectors and More
    $180 for floor mats? Holy crap



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    Re: Interior floor mat liner for truck

    Quote Originally Posted by gharris View Post
    $180 for floor mats? Holy crap
    I would pay that to protect the upholstery from dirty steel toe boots.



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    Re: Interior floor mat liner for truck

    Quote Originally Posted by JP4CY View Post
    I would pay that to protect the upholstery from dirty steel toe boots.
    I suppose, what I have done in the winter for my truck before is the floor mats i have, which cover most of it and then stick some towels around the edges. That covers everything and you throw the towels in the wash every one in a while. Everything is clean, but I'm also still in grad school and therefore broke



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    Re: Interior floor mat liner for truck

    Quote Originally Posted by gharris View Post
    $180 for floor mats? Holy crap
    Floor mats for my SUV are $225 from the dealer.


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    Re: Interior floor mat liner for truck

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    Floor mats for my SUV are $225 from the dealer.
    Dealer is a whole different ball game than aftermarket



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    Re: Interior floor mat liner for truck

    I put those weathertech ones in my wife's SUV and they make a TON of difference. When I take them out the underneath looks perfect.

    The one thing is that you give up comfort. I know it doesn't sound like a big deal but keeping your foot on hard plastic is not as pleasant as thick carpet.

    Oh and they cost a fortune but I would buy them again for an SUV or truck.



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