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Question Floor mats - WeatherTech vs. Husky

When it comes to floor mats I have heard the WeatherTech Digital Fit and Husky X-Act Contour are the best out there. It looks like you can get them for about the same price. Has any one had experience with both? Is one better quality over the other? Any issues with sliding around (I wouldn't think so with the floor pegs they use now but figured I'd ask)?

The only difference I noticed was the warranty. WeatherTech only has a three year warranty vs. the lifetime on the Husky. Has anyone had to use the warranty? How are these two for their customer service?
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Here's a post concerning Weathertech's customer service.http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread....ht=weathertech

I don't have my Ram yet, but I'm going to be ordering Weathertech's for my truck. My wife has the Digital Fit mats in her 2010 Equinox and they have worked out wonderfully. From what I've read on this forum, it looks like the Weathertech's, the Husky liners, and the OEM slush mats do a wonderful job, equally well. So, I think it just comes down to the style you like the best and the price you are willing to pay.
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I had Husky Mats in my 05 2500 and all though they look a little cheap they stayed in place as they have studs on the backside. I have a friend that just got the Laser cuts for his tundra and said they slide around some due to no studs.

Been trying to decide as well, they cost to much to not get right -
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I just ordered some Husky X-Acts yesterday. I went with them because they're flexible. The Weather techs are rigid, which makes pulling them out a little more work. Plus, my old ones were not a perfect fit after 10 years of use. Mostly because they were rigid and warped over time.

The Husky mats are supposed to use the clips in the floor that the factory mats use. The X-Acts are relatively new, so DesignFlaw is probably referencing one of their older styles.
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Here are some pictures of my Husky X-Act floor liners. I like the texture and flexibility of the floor liners. They are not rigid, but they are still molded and countoured just right. The stay in place very well and snap into the carpet hooks nicely. The only thing I don't like is that I had to remove my factory mats from my truck. I would have prefered to keep them under the Husky mats.

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I would have considered the Husky X-act Contour liners, but I didn't see any other color than black being offered online. My 2013 Ram 1500 has the Canyon Brown/Light Beige interior color, so I wanted something in the brown/tan family.
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Thanks for all the input guys. Sounds like both are good choices.

Jeepguy, Those pics and video were a great help. They do look much easy to get out with being so flexible. I like that the stud holes are covered too. I think you sold me on the Husky X-acts.
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I love my husky weather beaters. I will honestly never own another vehicle without them. They look like the contour but come up higher to hold more liquid. Mine hold a whole monster energy drink...ask how I found that out? hahaha

My buddy just bought the weathertech and for the price I'm not impressed. My other coworker has husky in his crew cab and his carpet looks like new after 3 years.
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I'd go with the Husky Weather Beaters. Have them in my 2010 Ram Crew Cab and the fit is amazing! They catch everything and clean up better then my wife's WeatherTech Digital Liners we have in her Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.
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