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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-29-2006, 03:21 AM Thread Starter
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Floor Mats

Hey guys,
With all the snow we get and have up here, I am wondering what you guys use for floor mats. Right now I have just some cheep ones but they let all kinds of water dirt and snow get into the carpets. What do you guys use?
I was looking at the Husky liners and I seen some other onse that are hard and run down to the door still, who makes these?

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The Husky liners are great. Keep it very clean and hold a lot of water.
I have had them in every truck Ive owned. I'm in the mud and water alot during the day and they do the job.:Thumbup:

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Second vote for the Husky's

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Second vote for the Husky's

I agree they are slick :Thumbup: :Thumbup:
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i ALSO LOVE MY HUSKY LINERS.....THEY WORK GREAT....YOU CAN TAKE THEM OUT AND POUR THE WATER OUT ONTO THE GROUND INSTEAD OF ONTO YOUR CARPET:Thumbup:

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I've been thinking about getting these catch all's:
http://mats4less.com/niffloorprot39.html
although, my Husky liners in my jeep were great. These just look a little bit better, IMO.

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