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Old May 27th, 2016, 09:49 AM
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I would like to purchase a new set of floor mats for my 2009 Ford Ranger XLT. What brand should I go for? Husky Liners or Weathertech?
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Weathertech is hard to beat in my opinion. A little pricey, but worth the money. Not for sure about the Husky Liners, but Weathertech stuff is made right here in these United States of America.
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walmart has a copy/same style of the weathertech
just not precision fit, but do have the deep grooves to hold water & dirt


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Thanks for the feedback guys! I went for Weathertech floor mats.
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walmart has a copy/same style of the weathertech
just not precision fit, but do have the deep grooves to hold water & dirt
I think that I have a set of the Wal-Mart knock offs. They are okay for the money, but do fall apart fairly quick.


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