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Old 08-23-2010, 03:10 PM   #1
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I have a 2010 scab stx, with the rubber floor. It's easy enough to clean, but I thought some floor mats would be nice, so I could just pull them out and dump the grass, dirt, etc.

All the mats I've seen, have the spikes on the bottom to grip carpet, or the hole for the floor mat clip, that I don't have. I'd like the molded ones, like weather tech digital fit, etc., but I'm a little concerned with them moving around. Anyone have experience with this scenario? suggestions? pix?

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Velcro is your friend.
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Industrial velcro is your friend. The drivers side has the hole for the retaining hook. Funny, guess we posted a reply at the same time.
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i have the weathertech mats on my xlt screw and the only one i have slight issues sliding around is the front passenger seat. The bottom of those DO NOT have spikes to hold them to the carpet and the bottom seem pretty "sticky" so you might be fine with them straight on the floor.

If you still have issues, like the others said, you can use velcro and since the bottom is flat they would take the velcro easily.
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I found a set that is made by good year. They were at the local parts store. They have deep ridges to collect the debris you drag into the truck. They also stick in place pretty good. I paid about $15.00 for them.
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Cool, thanks for the info. Velcro is a good idea.
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Ford OEM ones stay in place pretty well on my STX.
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I've got a rubber floor in my 2010 Screw. I was going to get Husky or Weathertech, but both companies would not sell them to me when I told them I had the rubber floor. When I picked up my truck, I got a set of the OEM full coverage rubber mats from Ford. Less than $100 and they fit perfectly! I had Husky mats in my last vehicle and I'm pretty convinced that the prickly spikes on the bottom would quickly make work of the pliable rubber floor mats in our new Fords, plus they would move around like heck. Don't fool around for a second - the Ford rubber mats are great! Plus, my buddy who put me on to Husky mats commented on how nice the Ford mats fit.
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Nice, I'll have to check out the Ford mats.
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Gunman, some info. the Ford mats are OK. Work for mud/dirt and such but if you deal with snow in N.C. their not the best. It melts and the water will spill over the sides etc. Typically the aftermarkets have deeper wells/side and hold the liquids better.
I like them but not sure what I will do when winter comes (Michigan).
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