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Old 03-09-2009, 09:48 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if the floor carpet for '00 - '04 is the same dimensionally for all models (zx3/zx5/sedan/wagon
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Old 03-09-2009, 10:02 PM   #2
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ZX3 is shorter than ZX5...
actually i dono...
i think maybe zx5 and zx4 are the same
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Yes it is and to answer, I would assume not. A sedan and wagon would probably have the same front and rear passenger area and I think the ZX3-5 would be the same as well.
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really?
i dono who said ZX5 is some inches longer...
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ZX3 is shorter than ZX5...
actually i dono...
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Wrong.
ZX3 and ZX5 are the same exact overall length. I would imagine the carpet kits for each body style would be unique.
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Is that a serious question? They all have back seats that are interchangeable. If you sit in any focus, it seems to me that you have the same clearance for your legs. Some just don't have four doors, but the shape is similar and I can see how the design would allow for it either way. So I would not be surprised if they all used the same carpet.
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Never mind, I just looked a several websites that sell molded OEM replacement carpet. All carpets are in fact interchangeable for all model focuses year '00 to '07.
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