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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-06-2019, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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Custom floor mats

I just bought a new 2019 Nissan Frontier today. I'm looking to order some good floor liners. Trying to decide between WeatherTech and Husky Liners. If anyone has opinions,whether good or bad, on either,please tell me. Thanks

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My vote is for Weathertech.

Some of the newer husky liners look much improved, but I had a set of the "orginals" in my last vehicle. They weren't horrible, but not great either. They were rigid plastic so pretty slippery when wet. Mine shifted around a little bit too, actually to the point where the little hook that was supposed to hold the mat in place ended up poking a hole through the liner. I got weather tech in my new vehicle and after 2.5 years I'm happy with them.
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I just bought a new 2019 Nissan Frontier today. I'm looking to order some good floor liners. Trying to decide between WeatherTech and Husky Liners. If anyone has opinions,whether good or bad, on either,please tell me. Thanks

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Go with the Husky. There are some good comparison with weather tech on you tube
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post #4 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-06-2019, 07:34 PM
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Had Weater Tech in my last 4 vehicles. In two of my current Jeeps I have front, back and rear.....

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Decisions decisions. Now I just saw some from Rough Country,they look pretty nice too!
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Weather Tech. They don't get any better than that!
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All 5 of our vehicles have Weather Tech really like them get yourself a can of that Scotch guard and apply it and let it dry then your liners and your all set.
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I have WeatherTech's in my F150. I like them, but I no basis of comparison with any other brand.
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My truck came with husky liners in it. They aren’t much better than flat mats unless you empty the dirt and water every time you get out. The fit is nowhere as good as weather tech.
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I have Husky’s in my F150. No complaints
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