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tjbrune
Reg. Nov 2004
Posted 2005-07-25 7:20 PM (#1337)
Subject: Truck Cab Floor Mats





Posts: 46

Location: houston, texas

where can i get the best, toughest floor mats for front and backseat floors that cover the whole floor ?   the dealerships don't seem to carry them, O'Reiley's said they can order them, but i want the ones made specifically to fit a particular truck.

I have an 05 F-350 and 99 Tahoe.

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huntinfool
Reg. Jul 2005
Posted 2005-07-25 8:01 PM (#1338 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats





Posts: 45

Location: west valley city , utah
 You might want to look at a brand called " Catch All " . I have had very good results using that brand on two different trucks . The mats are very heavy duty . One nice feature on the mats are that designed with a lip on the edge to keep all the dirt , water , mud on the mat . You can get the mats from Cabelas or some auto parts stores .
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MIfarmbabe
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2005-07-25 8:23 PM (#1339 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats





Posts: 565

Location: Michigan

I have a Dmax crew cab and wanted floor mats that covered the floor in the back seat area. I have a pair of Husky flexible floor mats. They are a two piece mat that fits great on the floor(you can also trim them to fit better). I also have a pair of floormats in the driver and passenger side. They are great for winter and catching snow and even better for muddy weather.

Here is the link from Cabelas:

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templates/pod/horizontal-pod.jsp?rid=&indexId=cat20119&navAction=push&navCount=5&cmCat=MainCatcat21412&parentType=index&parentId=cat20119&id=0013388



Edited by MIfarmbabe 2005-07-25 8:24 PM
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GMMRWM
Reg. Jul 2005
Posted 2005-07-25 9:24 PM (#1340 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats





Posts: 13

We purchased ours from Cabela's as well. They are heavy duty and have lasted us 5 1/2 years so far and still going strong.
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RichB
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2005-07-26 12:18 PM (#1341 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats






Posts: 326

Location: Palmdale, CA

I'll recommend Husky floor mats too.  They catch everything and are easy to clean, plus look good. I got mine at geno's garage: http://www.genosgarage.com/

 

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tjbrune
Reg. Nov 2004
Posted 2005-07-26 1:42 PM (#1342 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats





Posts: 46

Location: houston, texas

 

thanx 4 all the input. i hesitated thinking it was an insignificant topic, but dirt IS dirt !

i like the name recognition with Cabelas and Husky, but i liked the picture detail and apparent custon fit of the Catch All, looked like it covers more of the carpet area...............ordered them today. I'll report in when i get them.

 

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laxpatrick
Reg. Aug 2004
Posted 2005-07-26 2:42 PM (#1343 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats






Posts: 242

Location: La Crosse, WI - God's Country

Happy with the Husky mats.  Kinda like getting your truck downgraded to the vinyl floor... for a price!  They do a great job of containing muck, snow, spills, and more.

They do scratch/scuff up, so they look a little worn after almost two years of service.  Guess one could armor all them, but that'd be just silly, right?

LAXPatrick

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tjbrune
Reg. Nov 2004
Posted 2005-07-26 3:07 PM (#1344 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats





Posts: 46

Location: houston, texas

 

Catch All had some nice carpet ones with a rubber heal pad, moisture barrier underneath, and the same custom fit with side walls............but i kind of figured (or kindafiggerd) that it was silly to cover carpet with carpet...........why not just take out the damn mats all together, and buy a new truck when the carpet got all messed up ?

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Lankyman
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2005-07-26 4:30 PM (#1345 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats






Posts: 76

Location: Clinton, SC

You can also go to Bass Pro Shops & look at the ones they have.

http://www.basspro.com/

In the product search line, type "Husky Custom" & it will pull up 2 pages of the Husky Custom-Fit Floor liners.  You can also type in "floor mat" for it to pull up the Catch-All mats.

I have a 1994 F-150.  I have used the Husky floor liners since 1996.  They have a nice lip all the way around to hold dirt or spilled liquids on the floor liners so it does not run off & into the floor of the vehicle.  I do not know if the other brands have anything like that?  The raised lip has helped me keep my truck clean & looking good.

Good luck & hope you find some that you will like.  They are worth the money.  If they don't have the 2005 ones listed yet, they will get them soon.  You might be able to call Bass Pro & order them.  They may not have the web site updated yet.

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huntseat
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2005-07-26 5:20 PM (#1346 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats





Posts: 1212

Location: Southwest OK
I've had Husky on my last several trucks and I love them! Did you know they can hold 64oz of Coke after slamming on the brakes? LOL!
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Lankyman
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2005-07-27 7:15 AM (#1347 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats






Posts: 76

Location: Clinton, SC

Originally written by huntseat on 2005-07-26 6:20 PM - I've had Husky on my last several trucks and I love them! Did you know they can hold 64oz of Coke after slamming on the brakes? LOL!

Mine have worked great with Coca Cola & also coffee.  Ha, ha!!!!  Then you just pull them out, rinse them off & they are good to go!

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Chevin
Reg. May 2011
Posted 2011-05-13 4:24 AM (#5235 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats





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I got an almost custom floor mats for trucks from stylintrucks. It perfectly fit to the of my F-150. Just adjust the size and add a little accessories to it. it look cool now.
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Chevin
Reg. May 2011
Posted 2011-05-13 8:14 PM (#5236 - in reply to #5235)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats





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Chevin - 2011-05-13 4:24 AM

I got an almost custom floor mats for trucks from stylintrucks. It perfectly fit to the of my F-150. Just adjust the size and add a little accessories to it. it look cool now.



I forgot to mention it perfectly fit to my floor and its a factory color-matched mats that keep my interior sparkling like new.

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hogtownboss
Reg. Jan 2009
Posted 2011-05-13 10:15 PM (#5237 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats





Posts: 176

I bought mine off of ebay. I think they are called HUSKEY FLOOR LINERS, they are a heavy material and will stay flexable in cold weather too. The ones I have cover all of the floor but the edge of the seats between the seat and rocker trim.
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regevans121
Reg. Jun 2011
Posted 2011-06-02 11:39 PM (#5244 - in reply to #1337)
Subject: RE: Truck Cab Floor Mats





Posts: 1

I was able to purchase my floor mats for my truck online. You can always choose the leading online store. I suggest you can find the best is from the Truck Accessories site I know.
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