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Old 11-12-2011, 12:28 AM   #81
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We don't have a big problem with snow or even much rain here in Tucson. This is my $15 solution from Costco. Fronts go in with no trimming and just a little for the back. The cells are deeper than they look. Enough to catch any run off from around here.



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Old 11-16-2011, 08:24 PM   #82
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[QUOTE=2012silversel;3732005]I got my Husky floor mats today. They fit great and cover really well. There aren't as thick as I thought they would be, but they feel very durable. The rubber is flexible and easy to install. Don't get me wrong, Weathertechs are a good product, but the Weathertechs I had in my Fusion weren't flexible at all and I had a hard time removing them in winter without spilling the melted snow. I think the flexibility of the Husky's will allow me to bend them into a U shape to contain the water. Here are some pics of them installed in My car.

The Huskyliner mats have a lifetime warranty, if you're worried about the mats' thickness.
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Old 11-16-2011, 08:49 PM   #83
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I was going to pull the trigger on a set of the Huskys this weekend but before I do, does anyone have the cargo liner? If so, anyone have pics to post? I want that also but realtruck.com doesn't have a picture available. I'm concerned about fit with the sub (I have a sedan, not a hatch). Does it accommodate that?

I saw the picture of the cargo liner earlier in this thread but am unsure if that is the Husky or Ford's.
Husky does not yet have a photo of their full liner for the 2012 focus with sub but they do show how it has to be trimmed to fit in their manual - here you go.
http://www.huskyliners.com/uploads/I...77instrdoc.pdf
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still no pics of the weathertech mats... You'd think since they are currently making them, they would be bothered for 5 minutes to take and upload a photo :/
Here's a link to their site with the photos of install in a Focus. http://www.weathertech.com/ford/2012...er-digitalfit/
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I have the Ford OEM cargo liner in mine and it works great. Got mine off of www.partscheap.com
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I just bought a Husky Weather Beater set - floor and trunk mats - for $167 US, delivered from Alabama to California. Looking forward to getting them and keeping all the stuff up hear in the mountains from eating into my carpet. I mile of dirt road and a gravel driveway can do wonders TO a carpet.
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Husky does not yet have a photo of their full liner for the 2012 focus with sub but they do show how it has to be trimmed to fit in their manual - here you go.
http://www.huskyliners.com/uploads/I...77instrdoc.pdf
Thanks flingwing but I ended up going with the Ford OEM since it was made with sub and without. Didn't like the idea of cutting up a new liner. Did the Huskys for the front and read though and I think they are terrific. You should be happy with them.
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There is a phone number on the http://www.autopartswarehouse.com web page : 1-800-913-6119|1-801-214-2997. The two numbers mentionned are the part numbers for the husky liners needed for the Focus 2012.
Just ordered them online. $137.17, incl. tx. and free del.

Thanks for the info!
Although i have the Ford winter mats, was concerned about the dead pedal area and the general ability of the mats to contain the water within the mat area.
Was a real struggle between these and the WeatherTech, the dead pedal coverage won me over.
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We don't have a big problem with snow or even much rain here in Tucson. This is my $15 solution from Costco. Fronts go in with no trimming and just a little for the back. The cells are deeper than they look. Enough to catch any run off from around here.




Ditto for Santa Barbara. I wanted the Husky's, but I wanted to save the $85 bucks too for the roof rack!
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I've been thinking about getting the liners... Husky or WeatherTech... off and on.

Part of me thinks wow that would really catch all the snow and water in the Winter.

Part of me thinks wow then my pants would soak up the water instead of my carpet doing it for me. Isn't the original carpet meant to get wet?

Part of me thinks it looks like plastic covers on a couch... taking away the joy of ownership and the carpet then lasts longer than the car.

Not sure which part will win.
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