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Old 10-03-2013, 03:40 PM   #11
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WeatherTechs for the dead pedal coverage.
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I bought the ford rubber mats and was never really happy with them. Then I compared the Weathertech liners with the Husky liners using youtube videos of both liners being installed in the 2012's. The Husky liner does go up much higher behind the pedals and does completely cover the dead pedal area as opposed to hardly at all for the Weathertechs. I am sure both liners are high quality, but my choice was made based solely on the dead pedal coverage.
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well looks like Husky liner will be my choice .....thanks CanadianLarry
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dotn forget this 3rd altenative

findway.ca if your in the gta you can go pick them up in person. I like the fact that they are more of a carpet look then the rubbar ones. will match the interior better..

the best part is there also much cheaper then weather tech/ husky
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WeatherTechs for the dead pedal coverage.
From the photos I've seen here, the don't cover the dead pedal more than about 1/2, making it useless if you live where there's snow. For that reason alone I went with the Husky's. Full DP coverage (though not as nice looking as the WT's)
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Old 10-06-2013, 09:50 AM   #16
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dotn forget this 3rd altenative

findway.ca if your in the gta you can go pick them up in person. I like the fact that they are more of a carpet look then the rubbar ones. will match the interior better..

the best part is there also much cheaper then weather tech/ husky
These are what I'm planning on trying.
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Just put in my Weathertech floor liners. They run $179 for the front and back. Tried the Huskys. Cheaper and good protection. Just didn't like the spikes on the bottom that hold the mats in place. I feel the Weathertechs are better quality.

I also bought the Weathertech license plate frames. Very nice! I like how all the mounting screws are covered.

http://www.weathertech.com/clearframe/
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I've had the custom fit Weather Tech's in my '13 for a few months. I love them an they look awesome while doing a great job of containing any messes.
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BEST floor mats - I have them and they are great !
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Floor mats or floor liners. There is a difference between the two for those that don't know. I use the Ford all weather (yeah right) rubber floor mats with the focus logo http://accessories.ford.com/all-weat...retention.html on them in the summer (I wouldn't call them all weather because they would be useless in the snow IMO because they don't have the raised edge like a liner does) and then I put the Weather tech floor liners in in the winter.
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