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Old 10-16-2012, 09:57 PM   #171
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I would suggest buying a more textured mat if appearance is important to you. Weathertechs, for example... I think the less textured, shinier surface of the Huskys tends to emphasize blemishes.

For me, coverage and price were more important in a mat than appearance.
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Old 10-17-2012, 09:38 AM   #172
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I would suggest buying a more textured mat if appearance is important to you. Weathertechs, for example... I think the less textured, shinier surface of the Huskys tends to emphasize blemishes.

For me, coverage and price were more important in a mat than appearance.
Same for me, that's why I went with Husky and absolutely love them. I was also concerned with having my dogs in the car and these Husky liners are great for that.
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Old 10-17-2012, 09:47 AM   #173
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If you're that worried that they'll scratch, you're better off getting rug type mats, and vacuuming them every other day.

The Husky's blow the weathertechs away. My last set of weathertechs wore through in 6 months at the driver heel area. They said they'd make a 'one time exception' and just sell me the ONE mat rather than make me buy the set. I'll never buy another weathertech product.

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Old 10-17-2012, 06:55 PM   #174
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I just order a set of Husky's locally from a store... $139 plus tax! It's $10 more than the best price I could find online, but at least I have a 'bricks and mortar retailer' I can return them to if there is a problem with them.
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Old 10-17-2012, 06:57 PM   #175
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Oh yeah, I picked up the OEM cargo liner at everyone's recommendation due to fit... almost cost me more than the Husky mats!
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I just order a set of Husky's locally from a store... $139 plus tax! It's $10 more than the best price I could find online, but at least I have a 'bricks and mortar retailer' I can return them to if there is a problem with them.
I just ordered mine from Amazon for $92. with 2nd day shipping.
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Old 10-17-2012, 08:35 PM   #177
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I could have ordered mine for that too but UPS feels they have tack on $30, $40 or $50 ADDITIONAL customs charges when stuff comes up to Canada from the US... one of the few "cons" to living on this side of the border I guess!

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I have had mine for about a year and I notice that they now seem to have curled up a bit and don't really sit well into the contours of the edges of where they contact the floor. Anyone else notice this?
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Just picked up my set of Husky's and installed them! Fit is great and thankfully they came with no marks on them... oh, wait... is that a foot print on one?... back to return them to the sto... hold on... maybe that's my footprint... never mind.

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