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Old 09-29-2013, 12:44 PM
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I'm trying to decide which liners to buy. My brother-in-law bought weathertechs for his Tundra, they fit good except for the front passenger's side, the liner slides all over the floor and won't stay in place.
The Husky's have knobs on the underside to prevent this, of course the Ram has two hooks on each side to keep them in place.
Weathertechs are quite a bit more expensive so what's the best way to go?
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I'm literally trying to decide on the same thing. I like Husky, but when dropping $160+ on floor liners.....I wanna do it once and once only.
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FWIW summit racing has husky on sale for $145 + free shipping. Cabelas has their weathertechs on sale as well.
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I have Weathertech and very happy. Cannot speak to the Tundra, but my Weathertechs fit my Ram perfectly and no sliding on either side. I had Husky in my Jeep Cherokee a few years ago, they fit ok, but not great and did not have any kind of mechanism to prevent sliding and so they slid around a little. Many on this forum are happy with Husky and so perhaps they are better than when I had them.
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I have Husky in my Charger and no problems with quality or slipping. In fact, I bought them to fit in my '11 and they still fit pretty well in my '06.
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yeah, I have the Husky Weatherbeaters too. Been using them since last Fall. They're awesome.
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I have weathertech. Huskies are good, but i liked the fit of the weathertech better.
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I have used Weathertech in my ride, Husky in wifes new ride...prefer the Weathertech hands down.
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Weathertech are the best I've used as well.
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I have Weathertech but have not installed yet. Where can I get the 3m protective tape that is suggested for install?
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