Rubber Floor Mats?

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TxAgg

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I'm just getting started and something as basic as floor mats would be a good place to start. Toyota factory all-weather, WeatherTech or ?. I had the Jeep factory all-weather in my Grand Cherokee Overland and liked them. I have not seen the WeatherTech in person.
 

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I just bought a set of HuskyLiner floor mats for my soon to arrive 4Runner. They had a 4 day 20% off sale. I usually only get the fronts on vehicles, but the full set wasn't much more than WeatherTech's front set.

BTW, welcome to the Overland Bound forum!
 
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20DYNAMITE07

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I just bought a set of HuskyLiner floor mats for my soon to arrive 4Runner. They had a 4 day 20% off sale. I usually only get the fronts on vehicles, but the full set wasn't much more than WeatherTech's front set.

BTW, welcome to the Overland Bound forum!
I've got the Husky mats for my Gen 5 4Runner too... I love them. Fantastic fit and excellent coverage in the cargo area.
 
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Not what vehicle you run, but we are using the Toyota All Weather in our 4Runner (because it came with them). I have the WeatherTechs in my Tundra and the rear fitment leaves a lot to be desired. At least in the Tundra scene, the Husky liner rear seating mat tends to fit better.
 

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FYI, AAA members get 5% off at WeatherTech. You just have to call in and give them your member #. It seems like that is the only discount they offer
 

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I was going to go with the WeatherTech, however in my research I found the Husky Floor mats with a lot of great reviews and under 1/2 the cost. These fit my 2nd Gen Tacoma Great, have a deep dish, and seem like they are going to last a good while. Right now they are only a little over a month old, but so far I am extremely pleased and feel they are a great value.
 

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always enjoy helping out a fellow Aggie.

i went weather techs in my daily. perfect for what i wanted, to protect the interior from me. the husky liners seem to have a good following tho so i best they are a solid choice as well. listen to your wallet.

edit to add: shoulda looked at the dates of previous posts. apologies for helping resurrect an old thread
 

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I ordered WT flor mats for my LR3 and they did not fit and had no hold down slot and even if they did the hole for the hold down would defeat the purpose of a mat like these. Gave them back and use the stock LR mats that came in the vehicle.
 

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Hey y'all,
Looking for Right Hand Drive (RHD) rubber Floor Mats...any clues?

I have a '94 Toyota FZJ80 Land Cruiser (Japanese model ).

Thanks for any leeds.

Fernando
IG: SOFLO_LANDCRUISERS
 

Bugout80

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I'm in need of Rubber one's for my RHD (Right Hand Driven) '94 Land Cruiser.... any clues, any leeds??