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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Interior Forum [GEN 2]' started by nick71692, May 12, 2019.

  1. nick71692

    nick71692 Full Access Member

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    I was waiting for a comment like that....Yes I am certainly not using my truck to its full potential, and for that reason I prefer carpet mats!
     
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    RDFTS aka Rick Supporting Member

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    Lloyd mats are the best carpet mats you are going to get, hands down. Even though I would never consider putting carpet mats in a Raptor or even a street queen (my previous trucks) as I would always switch the mats out for all weather ones. But understand the GEN2 street queen majority on these lately and why anyone would want to do this.

    I have the Lloyds in my Shelby GT500 and can confirm the quality. They have different levels of quality and customization to the trim edges to match the color of your vehicle and customized initials, like FP or SVT for the GEN1 peasants.
     
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    I prefer rubber in the winter and carpet in the summer... just my preference. And they're perhaps the easiest thing to switch out if you need to. These are factory F150 mats from my '17 Lariat.

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    EricM FRF Addict

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    So you are the asshole who took the mats from my used '17 Lariat! You still got my owner's manual and 2nd key too?
     
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    Ha! Who said I sold my Lariat?
     
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    I prefer carpet over the rubber mats, I bought factory oem mats off eBay. I purchased a set of the individual mats for the front that have the factory retaining snaps and a full carpet mat for the rear just like the factory rubber mat. Some of the rear mats are left and right individual mats, the large one piece rear mat is the way to go. I spent about $65.00 for everything.
     
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    You’re so right about the full rear mat. I have the two individual mats and would prefer the full... off to eBay I go!

    And you got a great deal at $65!
     
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    I got the Lloyd Berber carpet mats. Got into the berber look as they are stock on my Trackhawk
     
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    I just picked up a used 2018 and the dealership “lost” the rubber mats. Currently waiting on a new set they ordered for me. Luckily I had a couple sets (for some reason I had 2 sets of carpet mats and the all weather) of the carpet mats from my F250 I sold (I left the all weather mats in it). They fit perfect and will be used until the new ones arrive.
     
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    Not a fan of carpet mats. I get that they might look nicer, but people don't expect much from the floor a truck, really any vehicle. My issue with carpet is that it's hard to get clean (you can't just hose it off) with hair and small particles getting stick even after you vacuum and severally beat it. Then you start getting wear from your heel, and stains that won't come out. Then there's the tendency to get annoyed with passengers who get your mats dirty.

    The rubber/plastic is just easier all around. But it's your truck, do what you want with it.
     
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