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03-03-2014 05:20 PM
rexazz2
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Originally Posted by schrodingersbox View Post
Such a great and simple solution. Thanks for this I was struggling with this and we are in for some more snow this week.
EFn snow
I just wish it would warm up
Last year I already had my motorcycle out of storage
03-02-2014 11:06 PM
schrodingersbox
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Originally Posted by rexazz2 View Post
I have the Husky mats and love the coverage
The negative IMO is they allow melted snow and salt slosh around
To ensure the liquid doesn't escape the mat I throw a folded newspaper on the mat , it absorbs the salt water and I just change out the newspaper once a week
Such a great and simple solution. Thanks for this I was struggling with this and we are in for some more snow this week.
03-01-2014 08:59 PM
mikesusz hrm i haven't had a problem with the puddle sloshing out of the mat, but then i haven't had BIG puddles in here. i don't commute (i work from home) i'd imagine if i drove at least twice a day every day, i might have that problem, too.
03-01-2014 08:47 PM
rexazz2 I have the Husky mats and love the coverage
The negative IMO is they allow melted snow and salt slosh around
To ensure the liquid doesn't escape the mat I throw a folded newspaper on the mat , it absorbs the salt water and I just change out the newspaper once a week
03-01-2014 01:54 PM
mikesusz if anyone's on the fence about these, this is what mine look like today (before i cleaned them). that's crystallized road salt that was in a puddle in the mat and then the water evaporated. all this crap would have been soaked in/embedded in my carpet mats and my carpet.
12-07-2013 02:46 PM
dbsimms63 I just got a full set, front, rear and cargo, of the Huskies from Amazon for $156 total. I love them!
11-25-2013 10:52 AM
vr6man22
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Originally Posted by CeeBee View Post
If the OEM winter mats covered the dead-pedal and were raised enough around the edges on to retain water, I would have gone for them, as I'm sure many here would have.

Don't get me wrong I'd prefer OEM because it is usually a part designed specifically for my car, but if that part isn't as well designed as it could be, and there's a better 3rd-party part, I'll definitely go for it.

I had OEM mats in my previous car (a Passat) and during the winter tracked in snow would melt, run off the edges of the OEM WINTER mats (which were not much different than the Ford OEMs) and wreak havoc with the CU and TCU sitting in front floor wells underneath the carpet. I learned a lot of lessons with that car!

Hey CeeBee , Where did you order your husky mats from? Could you post a photo of the oem trunk mat you got?
02-13-2013 08:24 PM
IngotMK3 I do wish it did cover the dead pedal too..
02-13-2013 05:06 PM
CeeBee If the OEM winter mats covered the dead-pedal and were raised enough around the edges on to retain water, I would have gone for them, as I'm sure many here would have.

Don't get me wrong – I'd prefer OEM because it is usually a part designed specifically for my car, but if that part isn't as well designed as it could be, and there's a better 3rd-party part, I'll definitely go for it.

I had OEM mats in my previous car (a Passat) and during the winter tracked in snow would melt, run off the edges of the OEM WINTER mats (which were not much different than the Ford OEMs) and wreak havoc with the CU and TCU sitting in front floor wells underneath the carpet. I learned a lot of lessons with that car!
02-13-2013 12:35 PM
IngotMK3
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Originally Posted by CeeBee View Post
I hate cleaning dried up road salt out of carpets even more!

After a couple months of winter here, my carpets remain almost entirely salt free. I drive a manual so my dead pedal gets constant use and in previous cars would be a mess by spring without protection.
How about OEM rubber mats for winter then OEM carpet for summer

I have both
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