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Old 04-01-2015, 11:23 PM   #1
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Just went crazy and bought Husky X-ACT floor liners for front and back seat, Husky Gear box for under back seat, and Husky wheel well liners. Cant wait for them to get here and install them.
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Old 04-02-2015, 01:46 AM   #2
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You'll love the X-act mats really nice fit in my truck. Oh, and yeah the instructions say to cut out the holes on the driverside mat for the posts but you don't have to they snap right in.
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I had Weathertechs in my last three trucks and decided to give the X-act Liners a try this time. I like them more than the Weathertechs. The WTs seemed cheap and plasticy. The Huskys have a nice rubberized feel to them and also have a lifetime warranty unlike the WTs. They were also cheaper. They fit just as well as the WTs. The X-act liners are a bit nicer in that they don't have the diamond plate pattern all over them, which is what turned me off of the other Husky products.
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I love my X-act liners. Just like bdw132 said don't cut the mat for the posts.
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I didn't cut mine either. They stay in place just fine with the integrated nubs on the back side of them.
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I always wonder about the *****. I have mine over factory mats and they stay in place due to the cleats.
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