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Weather tech digital fit floor mats

Postby 95LT1Z28 [OP] » Jun 28 2011, 1:13am

Hey guys, I recently detailed my truck and noticed their is some spillage off of the factory floor mats onto the carpet from rain snow dirt mud etc and its getting to be a pain to clean. I am looking into buying the weathertech digital fit floor mats. Has anyone had expierences with these good or bad? Also was it the style that go over the trans hump or just individual front mats? My friend recently put them in his new Tacoma and they fit awesome and look great and not tacky like those cheesy ED Hardy floor mats at the local auto store lol (NOOO I was not going to put those in!) Just wondering if anyone on here, either GMC or Chevy, has used them and had some feedback before I purchase them. Thanks guys and girls!
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Re: Weather tech digital fit floor mats

Postby bubba_p » Jun 28 2011, 2:15am

Don't remember whether mine are the "Digital Fit", but mine do fit well in my 2002. Don't know what color mat you're looking for, but realize that my black mats show almost all dirt. They are easy to clean but they still show quite a bit. None the less, I am happy with mine. I definately don't worry about rain, and snow.
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Re: Weather tech digital fit floor mats

Postby CHEBBY » Jun 28 2011, 2:21am

I have the digital fit mats in my 2011 Chevy ext cab.
They are the two individual fronts and one piece back.
The fit is perfect and the protection is great.
I've also used the Huskyliners which are very good too
and quite a bit less expensive. I think they are a must
if you want to keep the interior of your vehicle nice.

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Re: Weather tech digital fit floor mats

Postby Duckman24 » Jun 28 2011, 2:45am

I had the weather techs in my 2008 tacoma and they fit like a glove.
Now in my 2010 silverado i have the husky weatherbeaters... there ok
but i like the fit of the weather techs much better.. plus i like the new
weather techs that cover up the hump.
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Re: Weather tech digital fit floor mats

Postby 95LT1Z28 [OP] » Jun 28 2011, 3:20am

I'm thinking of doing the non hump ones just so they'd be easier to remove without spilling alot of dirt or water inside. Plus they are 40 dollars cheaper. Glad to see everyone likes them.
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Re: Weather tech digital fit floor mats

Postby J.E.V.361 » Jul 02 2011, 6:36pm

Thanks for the post 95LT1728. I had the same question. I had never heard of those floor mats until I saw this post. I was going to purchase some at my local Autozone. When I saw pics of weather tech digital fit floor mats, getting them is a must for me now.
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Re: Weather tech digital fit floor mats

Postby luvs5kids » Jul 02 2011, 8:44pm

I bought the two individual mats for the front and the over the hump one for the back thinking that it would be easier to pull out and clean the two individual ones. I found that I both liked the look of the over the hump mat better as well as I sometimes had the passenger side mat slip a little when you climbed into the truck so I switched to over the hump for both the front and back. I love the weather tech. I had a bleach bottle sitting on the floor in the back that had a small leak and it didn't do any damage to my truck.
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Re: Weather tech digital fit floor mats

Postby EKinMN » Jul 03 2011, 3:36pm

Mine came with the rubber GMC liners. I have the Weather tech in the wifes GMC Acadia, and I tell you what -- nothing is nicer than those WeatherTech liners. They fit perfectly, do not move around, and do their job.
I bought mine right off their website. That was the best price and fastest shipping I found.
I also like that they are a 100% USA company, and they are proud of it in their advertising!
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Re: Weather tech digital fit floor mats

Postby koolz71 » Jul 03 2011, 5:03pm

I dont have those mats but i can tell you from researching them on the internet and word of mouth they are some of the best out there
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Re: Weather tech digital fit floor mats

Postby In2Trux » Jul 09 2011, 1:50pm

They are a little more expensive but well worth it.
No concern of the white road salt next year.

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