This is a discussion on Rubber floor mat question.... within the Interior Tech forums, part of the General Discussion category; Hey guys, Im looking into getting some rubber floor mat's for my 1999 4Dr Tahoe. I've found some nice ones ...
Im looking into getting some rubber floor mat's for my 1999 4Dr Tahoe. I've found some nice ones from Summit and Weather Tech. The only problem is, im looking for a floor mat for the front that covers all of the floor including the section that is raised up (I have a bench seat). Does anyone know who makes something like this?
Thanks in advance,
i got some from walmart a while back that have a piece for the middle that locks into the sides and holds them in place and protects the hump too ill see if i can find them.
http://shop.oreillyauto.com:80/Produ...goryCode=3095B just like that but not those ones, same principle
No one makes a 1 piece floor mat that I know of, I looked for a long time for my '96 4 dr...all I could find were the 3 piece, 2 floor mats and a seperate floor hump liner...I finally bought the Nifty Catch-All Xtremes and regret it, they don't stay in place with there $hitty anchoring system and curl up around teh edges
So which brand would you guys choose? Weather Tech, or Husky Liners (Heavy Duty)? Are there any others I should look at?
There's Highland rubber mats but think they're three piece also.
Next set I get will probably be the Husky brand, let us know what you decide on and if you like them, I'm curious as well
Major to that. I could never keep those stupid anchors in the carpet on my truck. Every time I got in after work with my boots on I'd snag one and rip it out. I hated those stupid things.Originally Posted by FUCTUP
Do they stay in place pretty good? The Catch-Alls didn't have enough weight to them, and like $ilverado8405 said my boots/shoes would catch on the lip on the outer edge and pop off the retainersOriginally Posted by DURAGAS 8.1
yeah i think so, i have had them for about 2 years now i couldnt even tell you if they tie down in any way i dont think so i got em for the front and back spent way to much on em but there totally worth it now that i use my truck everyday
never had a problem with my husky liners staying in place. I had them in my last two trucks and recommend them.
Last edited by blk03; 01-18-2009 at 06:09 PM.
2008 Sierra ECSB
3 years with husky liners,they stay in place well
2005 Z71 RCSB Black outside and inside , 275/70/18 Mickey Thompson MTZs on 18" black and chrome Ultra Motorsport Rogues, All Custom Catback Exhaust, K&N FIPK, RL Leveling Kit, Ram Air Cowl Hood, Black Bear Tune, Alpine and Infinity sound system, custom HID and LED inside and outside lights
Glad someone finally found some, thanks!Originally Posted by GoldSilverado