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Old 03-19-2015, 01:27 PM   #1
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Hey everyone, just got my first truck and the start of the month (2006 Lariat Supercrew).

Anyways, I bought weathertech floor mats and just got them in today but was a little disappointed. The main reason I got them was since my dog rides in the back seat with the seat flipped up. Wanted something easy to clean that would provide full floor coverage. Apparently weathertech's don't extend all the way underneath the seat and leave the lip running right down the middle with the seat up, which to me seems a little pointless.

Any one know if Husky floor mats have the same issue. I'm really liking the feel and quality of the weather tech mats and up front they fit great. This just doesn't work for me though. I did do some searching around on here first but didn't find too much in the way of rear seat pictures (My google-fu isn't the best).

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P.S. Loving the truck and this forum. Really hoping to start the MODS soon when I can find a little extra cash.
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Husky liner will be the same.


Both companies designed the liner to go where the feet are and didn't take into consideration of the folding rear seat.


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Dang. Thanks.
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Here you go... May be 10-14 but if you can get weathertech to just sell you the rear mat it may work for ya... But for the dog, I would just custom cut a carpet to go over it, because it will give him better traction when you turn...


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Has anyone tried the Ford OEM floor mats? Seem resonably priced. Didn't know how they compared to other brands. Thanks!
http://www.tascaparts.com/ford/f-150...plastic-rubber
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My work truck is a 2010 supercrew and the rear OEM floormats go all the way back. Hope this helps


Also, my work truck does not have the middle hump like yours does, it flat on the 2010 model
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My work truck is a 2010 supercrew and the rear OEM floormats go all the way back. Hope this helps


Also, my work truck does not have the middle hump like yours does, it flat on the 2010 model
The original post wasn't mine, I just saw it and wanted to add more to it. Just trying to get a comparison on OEM quality vs an aftermarket brand mat.
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Did you ever find a solution? I am searching too...
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I have husky floor mats and they go under the seat only cut out is around the jack and stuff
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Check out Wades, they may have what your looking for, good luck.
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