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Ive had my rubber OEM all weather mats for about a year and they are still absolutely perfect besides caked on dirt

The digital fit liners are fantastic quality & will likely outlast the vehicles. They will be the ONLY purchase you will ever need to buy in regards to the flooring of your car for as long as you own it.

Lets show weathertech the demand is there & get them to start making these.


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Requested! Had them in my 3 and loved them. Had to settle for OEM all weather mats. Driver's mat is wearing out right were my heels rest. Plus I hate all the divots...hard as crap to get dirt out, but better than the alternative.

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I knew there would be another person with wear problems on the OEM mats. Mine looked tough, but my heels wore through in one season. And yeah, the easiest way to clean them is to wash with soap and water with a bristle brush (because of all the divots).

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I knew there would be another person with wear problems on the OEM mats. Mine looked tough, but my heels wore through in one season. And yeah, the easiest way to clean them is to wash with soap and water with a bristle brush (because of all the divots).


All of Ford's All weather mats do the same thing. Too Soft of a compound.




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So how many did we get to email them? I even put in the comments box that they would be sure to have plenty of buyers if they developed them.

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So how many did we get to email them? I even put in the comments box that they would be sure to have plenty of buyers if they developed them.
I'm counting around 7 from us on 6club. I'm going to contact them next week. We have members in the area of their HQ, so we can supply them a car to scan. I'll even drive out there to make this happen.




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I'd love a trunk liner for my wagon too. Just saying.


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