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08-06-2013 08:01 PM
CunFFS13 Nice work...
Anybody knows if the OEM velcro floor mats are the same size of the OEM all wheatear floor mats? (The rubber ones)
06-18-2013 12:10 PM
elchupoopacabra
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Originally Posted by Tigeo View Post
Guys, for the gas pedal, does the tab on the end go up or down? Help! Love these for $20 but no instructions
I believe I put the tab on the top....and on mine there was tab on only one side as well - I think I put the tab on the left for each pedal. Could be wrong, it's been a bit since I did it, but I had the same thoughts as you did at the time.

Regardless, they've stayed secure, I've had them for about 2 months now.
06-18-2013 10:17 AM
mikesusz
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Originally Posted by AstroNate View Post
What are the Husky mats made out of? Are they rubber and will squeak with any moisture? I hate that noise...
the Husky mats are a slightly rubbery plastic, more rigid plastic than rubber. i haven't noticed any squeaky noise at all.

i really like how the backseat ones have edges just like the front (so if something is spilled on them it collects instead of running off onto the carpet) not so much for shoes, but for when the kids drop their sippy cups and they slowly leak when the car gets warm.

and the backseat mat is one piece that goes right over the hump (the weathertech are like that too) good also for the kids when they're climbing in and around.
06-18-2013 09:46 AM
AstroNate What are the Husky mats made out of? Are they rubber and will squeak with any moisture? I hate that noise...
06-17-2013 08:37 PM
Tigeo Guys, for the gas pedal, does the tab on the end go up or down? Help! Love these for $20 but no instructions
06-14-2013 10:41 PM
tmtex I put a plain piece of black skate board tape there. Having a brain fart, ya know. Oh Grip tape !!
06-14-2013 10:04 PM
Tigeo Ordered the eBay Ford aluminum pedal covers...can't wait to get them on! $20 delivered. I got Weather Tech all-weather floor mats...the driver side has a cover for the absent dead pedal so I skipped it..protects it well.
05-26-2013 07:11 PM
Texaswiley Pretty foolish of Ford not to put something there besides the carpet. Even their carpet mats don't cover it. My solution was a piece of nonskid material, about $8.00 in the Wal-Mart auto section. It is heavy black rubber with a non-skid design with a peel and stick adhesive back. I cut a template to fit and transferred it to the rubber. Make sure the carpet is clean and dry. Peal the backing off and stick in place. It's a good idea to peel the paper down about 1/2 way from the top and get your alignment correct on the bottom then press the top in place then raise the bottom slightly and gently pull the rest of the backing paper off. Press firmly in place and it's done.
I did this several months ago and it has stayed in place just fine. I don't know how easily it would come off but I would think a little heat with a hair dryer should remove it. The $8 item has 2 pieces, enough to do two cars or to have a spare.
04-29-2013 11:13 AM
dbsimms63 Yep that covers everything and I found them here for pretty cheap $124 for front and rear: http://www.autoaccessoriesgarage.com...r-Floor-Liners
or here, same price and they have the cargo mat: http://www.drivingcomfort.com/index....15752&addcar=1
04-29-2013 06:52 AM
mikesusz for anyone that debated the weathertech vs. husky mats (vs. factory rubber mats) i sure did -

ended up going with Husky because of this exact problem. here's what the Husky mats look like up there:


link to bigger version

yep, covers everything!
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