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Old 10-12-2012, 04:41 PM   #1
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Does anyone have photos they can post to show the fit of Ford's black rubber floor mats in a 2012 F-150?

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i have them. they fit fine, but don't come up the side of the carpet like the weathertech mats.
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I just bought the Husky Weatherbeater liners for my first and second row 2012 F150 SC and they fit perfect. For just a few bucks more than factory why not go with a much better floor liner?
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i have them. they fit fine, but don't come up the side of the carpet like the weathertech mats.
Half_ton,

Thanks for your reply. That is what I assumed, but I thought they may be more flexible than the weathertech mats.

I do know that small black carpeted mats over black carpet aren't the answer.

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I just bought the Husky Weatherbeater liners for my first and second row 2012 F150 SC and they fit perfect. For just a few bucks more than factory why not go with a much better floor liner?

MattDad379,

Thanks for your reply. I have been considering the Husky Weatherbeater mats but I am conserned that they may be too rigid.

My truck has gray interior, but black carpet. The husky product would let me put in gray mats which would look better with the hair from my gray and white Siberian Husky.

Still thinking.

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go with a linear. I got WeatherTech mats, they are nice and lock in the dirt that is on top, but dirt from shoes manages to get in places around the mat. Also there is nothing under the gas peddle, so under it there is build up of dirt.
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My Husky weather beater liners have great surface coverage plus I feel they stay put better as they have the little spike nubs underneath so they don't slide around. Great product I could not be happier.
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If you spill a drink...will the weather beater husky mats hold the drink in? I know that the regular Husky mats will. I need something that when I get back into the truck form fishing and salt water is driping off my shoes...it stays in the mat...
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Yes they have a deep lip surround and channels throughout the mat for mud, snow, etc. I liked them so much I bought a set for my other vehicle which is a Honda pilot. I have a crew cab F150 so I went for the optional larger rear mat to go under the seat which has even more coverage protection than the standard 2nd row liner.
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Yes they have a deep lip surround and channels throughout the mat for mud, snow, etc. I liked them so much I bought a set for my other vehicle which is a Honda pilot. I have a crew cab F150 so I went for the optional larger rear mat to go under the seat which has even more coverage protection than the standard 2nd row liner.
I wonder how these compare to the WeatherTech liners?
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