Floor mats/liners?

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Pretty sure weather tech has a lifetime warranty. Maybe see about getting them replaced?

I have no idea where I ordered them from originally, it was like 8 years ago. Also, if you don't get them from an authorized seller I don't think they honor the warranty. I'm pretty sure I bought them on eBay or something.
 

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Shouldn’t matter who/ where you purchased them. It’s a product that wears the logo; should qualify them. Do they need to know where you purchased them? Only way to find out is to give them a call.
 
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Shouldn’t matter who/ where you purchased them. It’s a product that wears the logo; should qualify them. Do they need to know where you purchased them? Only way to find out is to give them a call.

I read through the FAQ for the warranty and that's what it stated.
 
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Just ordered the Husky X-act front and rear liners on Amazon. I think they will end up working out better since they are the more pliable rubber material compared to the thermoplastic stuff the WeatherTechs are. Hopefully should help with the curling issue at the edges.
 

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Leave them in the sun for a little bit (like an hr) to have them go into their natural state as they are sometimes folded up In the box.
 
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So far I definitely like the Husky X-act Contours MUCH better. They don't slide around on the floor, and the fit is a lot better. The material seems much more pliable as well.
 

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Got the rear one trimmed to fit my JL sub box tonight and installed. I like how they were smart enough to curve the edges to point downwards so they don't curl like the WeatherTech ones do. Glad I went for the upgrade. Also, they don't slide around either.
 
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