|07-23-2015 03:39 PM|
I used Huskyliners because they were about ~$70 or so cheaper than Weathertech; what did you guys end up doing with the stock carpeted versions of the floor liners?
Is there a market for them if I wanted to sell?
|07-14-2015 09:46 AM|
Hmmm. maybe I am starting to find my way around this forum--just joined and there is so much here! OK. Think I will spring for the Allweathers for the front. My heel wore through the stock mat and Ford claimed they no longer have mats for 07 when I checked online. Thanks a lot!
|08-10-2013 07:05 PM|
|Milwaukee, WY||If anyone is interested in buying a gently used full set at a decent discount, PM me.|
|01-21-2013 06:03 PM|
|ad1das||I got mine when i bought my car. I got them on craigslist from a guy that sold his 2012. 90 bucks for the fronts and the backs :D The rear ones are connected so its one continuous piece. I have had these in every car i own. The best weather mats!|
|01-17-2013 08:45 PM|
I ordered mine straight off the weather tech website. Their price includes shipping. I was unable to find a retailer in my area that could give me a better price.
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|01-17-2013 12:39 PM|
|01-03-2013 11:50 AM|
I picked up my set of WeatherTechs today. I decided that it was worth the money to buy a set seeing as my normal winter mats seem to go missing every year and the fits-all-makes never seem to fit right in my car.
I checked the Huskey Liners but decided that the WeatherTechs gritty texture looks nicer. I might keep them in all year seeing as they don't really look out of place. I bought the front set only seeing as its rare I have anybody in the back seat. $130 (CDN$) all in, including shipping and took about 5 business days to ship.
|12-04-2012 02:48 AM|
I bought the Weathertech fronts only for my 2013 ST, $100. Doesn't cover the top few inches of the dead pedal but I'm just using a small amount of "carpet protector" to handle that.
I don't snap the driver's side onto the hold-down pegs as this makes it too difficult to remove. It sits in place just fine without snapping down.
I'm in and out of my car all day with muddy boots (construction sites are not car friendly) and the mat takes all of the abuse, unlike my last focus where I had mats that covered just the floor and not the sides. The driver's side also extends way forward to protect the carpet under the pedals. This is especially helpful for keeping the carpet clean under the clutch and accelerator pedals where they get pressed all the way down on a regular basis.
|11-13-2012 03:51 PM|
|kemicalburns||I found a full set of used weather tech mats for a 2008 focus. My focus is an 09 would they still fit properly. the price is very good considering what a new set runs.|
|09-11-2012 06:09 PM|
Ordered my Weathertech floor liners complete set including hatch.
Holy crap they are expensive. 1/4th - 1/3rd of a geo metro's value!.
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