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Old 02-06-2012, 10:02 PM   #11
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Mine is a '12 XLT, and they fit very well. I have the over the hump mat in the front. See here:
http://www.f150forum.com/f38/install...s-pics-135875/
Have you tried without the posts in the floor? I noticed the holes in mine do not line up 100% with the location of the floor posts. Maybe in the end it was a good idea to remove them? The posts can be taken off and put back in seconds.
Flixden: Did you put the "hump" part of your Weathertech under the console? I have like 6 inches of extra material there and the only thing I can see is to raise the console and put it under there. Of course that means it's a PITA when I try to vacume the damn thing. I'll try and get some pics for you all to see the fit of this thing. Should also be getting my replacement mats tomorrow also.
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Hopefully these turn out ok for you all to see:

This pic shows how the "hump" part of the mat does not fit and curls in front of the console.

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This pic shows it a little bit better
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And finally this is of the passenger side:

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This is the replacements, a much better fit w/o the "hump"

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Raxus, it looks like you have a console there instead of the center seat? I believe the one piece front mat is only for those with the center seat, not the console.
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Raxus, it looks like you have a console there instead of the center seat? I believe the one piece front mat is only for those with the center seat, not the console.

Can you confirm if you have the center console and not the seat as mentioned Raxus?
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also, can you please take some pictures of the over all center cabin to verify everything and post them up. Which cab do you have?

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You are correct. It is a console not a center seat. I have the Supercab (extended cab). So they replaced my fronts with seperate covers and they fit much, much better. Will have to put something down over the hump to protect the carpet but all in all a pleasant experience. They refunded me $40 and shipped the replacements free. Would buy from them again.
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