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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-28-2015, 03:22 PM Thread Starter
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i just bought a 2013 f150 and was wondering some opinions of floor liners I was torn between the weathertech ones or the husky ones the reviews I have read point towards me getting the husky ones just want some input
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-28-2015, 10:22 PM
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Re: floor liners

Me too. Just bought a new Tundra. I have always had Husky, and was wondering if the Weather tech was any better.

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Cant go wrong with either, I prefer the huskys!

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Re: floor liners

My wife has WeatherTech's in her Highlander and really likes them. I've not had experience with Husky products.
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that's what I was thinking im reading better reviews on the huskys
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Husky! WeatherTec are good, but i don't like the smooth finish on them.

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Re: floor liners

Had the weather tecs in my last truck got a new truck in Jan. and went with the weather tecs again. No complaints
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Re: floor liners

I have Husky liners in my Blazer for years now.
I like the fact that they have a higher lip on the mats -vs- Weathertech. It helps contain the muck in winter - when the snow & ice melts off your muddy boots..

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Re: floor liners

Had Weathertech's in my 2006 F150 super crew and loved them. I also bought them for my wife's 2015 outback and they are a perfect fit.

I just got the weathertech rear for my 15 Tundra Crew max and the Husky X-act fit for the fronts arrive today. So i can write a better review after I get them.

I got the weather tech in the back because it goes the entire way to the cab wall under the seat, the Husky did not. I got the Husky's up front b/c of reviews that the passenger side weathertech slid around a lot, while the Husky has the spikes on the bottom to hold in place. Also, for some reason, weathertech only covers half of the dead pedal on the driver side. I use the dead pedal for my left foot a lot and wanted that full covered, so i went with the Husky's up there.
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Re: floor liners

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Me too. Just bought a new Tundra. I have always had Husky, and was wondering if the Weather tech was any better.

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Put Husky's in my new Tundra. Have used them in other trucks for years.
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