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GEN 2 Top 10 Floor Mats - which do you have?

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Interior Forum [GEN 2]' started by Toadster, Jul 9, 2019.

Which floor mats do you have?

  1. Husky Liners WeatherBeater Floor Liners

    10.3%
  2. WeatherTech DigitalFit Floor Liners

    19.9%
  3. Maxliner MaxFloormats

    0.7%
  4. Northern Frontier ToughLiner Floor Liners

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. OEM Ford Raptor Rubber Liners

    63.0%
  6. 3D Maxpider Kagu Floor Liners

    1.4%
  7. Aries StyleGuard Floor Liners

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Intro-Tech Hexomat Rubber Floor Mats

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Avery's Touring Floor Mats

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  10. Lund Catch It Car Floor Mats

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  11. sumthin else! Let us know!

    4.8%
  1. MKW1456

    MKW1456 Member

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    Really like the coverage of the Rough Country mats. Attempted to buy the Rough Country floor liners this morning but their website says that the F-150 supercrew mats will not fit the Raptor. When I tried to buy them from Amazon, that site also said they wouldn't fit the Raptor. I'm guessing they would but wanted to see what others thought?
     
  2. madrap

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    Weathertech for 2 years now with ZERO issues. Will be purchasing them for my wife’s new vehicle.
     
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    REMIX Full Access Member

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    Based on the advice of this thread, I got some Husky Contours for the front and am pleased. How much of a difference do you think the Husky mat makes in the back? Seems as if the increase in coverage would be pretty minimal compared to the fronts.
     
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  4. Raptor911

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    I have the contours in the front of my raptor and my wife’s lariat and kept the stock rubber mat in the rear. I do think the rear contours offer better coverage right behind center console and the door sills but I detail my cars interior at least once a month so I decided to save some $ in the rear mats.

    But the fronts mats are awesome.


     
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    I’m in NW Montana. 10 miles out on snow covered or dirt road. Lots of snow and muck during 3 seasons. Those that think OEM’s are great, well you wouldn’t think that if you lived here. Carpeted mats...haha... I laugh in your general direction, no offense... I assume those are City Raptors.

    Have had Weathertech in previous truck and seemed fine, nice big lip to keep the gunk from spilling out. Based on this thread, I’m interested in the Huskies. Some of you that have had both seem to be picking Husky. The only question is the edge/lip of the huskies doesn’t look particularly deep. Comments?
     
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    I thought the factory Raptor mats would be ok, but they just don’t cover everything as the Weathertech’s do. Especially behind the gas pedal.
     
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    Not a Raptor but I have run WeatherTech in most of my vehicles. The longest set owned currently being 10 years and they've held up. Worth every penny.
     
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    So my vote is also for these husky mats because of the flexible rubber... I personally have had nothing but problems with weather Tech in other vehicles, eventually losing their shape...

    But here's the main reason I recommend these Husky x-act contor Mats to everyone now...

    Is because I sent my Husky "logo/tags" from my mats, to Matt at Rappygraphics, and asked him to design a perfect fit stick on for my Husky/Raptor Mats!

    He did a great job... And I'm sure they're available for purchase now... Tell him you want the Husky mat ones he made for John!

    Enjoy!

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