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Old 11-14-2010, 06:24 PM
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I bought the MOPAR slush mats and they seem to be holding up quite well! I live in Michigan so we encounter a bit of snow! Front and back I think I paid around 150$....
Do these have a lip to them like the Husky ones? Im worried about spills and stuff...my chick has a bad history of spilling stuff lol
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I bought the MOPAR slush mats and they seem to be holding up quite well! I live in Michigan so we encounter a bit of snow! Front and back I think I paid around 150$....

I have the Moper Slush Mats also. I like them a lot. I got them at MoparDodge.com.
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Do these have a lip to them like the Husky ones? Im worried about spills and stuff...my chick has a bad history of spilling stuff lol
Yes they have pretty deep channels. The only knock I have on them is they don't go all the way to the door like the WeatherTechs do. I never seem to step there anyway though. IMHO the Mopars look like they belong a little better than the aftermarket WeatherTeachs do.
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Yep, I also have the Mopars. Love em. Cheaper than the Huskys, look good, work good, fit perfectly. I especially like the moulded rear mat.
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I've always used Husky in the past, but my dealer talked me into trying the WeatherTech's,
so I ran one out to my Ram in the parking lot and I was Sold on the perfect fit.

Laser scanned and cut form fit , plus the spill edge that runs the slop right out the door.

The biggest PITA with the Husky liners I've had in the past was in the winter the snow and slush would melt into a large pool.
Trying to get the tray out of the vehicle to dump the slop out without out spilling was too much of a balancing act.

WeatherTech's ...set-it-and-forget-it FTW!





Cost more, but worth it to me.
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I've always used Husky in the past, but my dealer talked me into trying the WeatherTech's,
so I ran one out to my Ram in the parking lot and I was Sold on the perfect fit.

Laser scanned and cut form fit , plus the spill edge that runs the slop right out the door.

The biggest PITA with the Husky liners I've had in the past was in the winter the snow and slush would melt into a large pool.
Trying to get the tray out of the vehicle to dump the slop out without out spilling was too much of a balancing act.

WeatherTech's ...set-it-and-forget-it FTW!





Cost more, but worth it to me.
Shop vac? IDK, we don't get enough snow/ice here in Houston for this to be a concern. When I get a mess in mine I just vacuum them out. I would probably feel differently if I had to do it more often though.
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I've always used Husky in the past, but my dealer talked me into trying the WeatherTech's,
so I ran one out to my Ram in the parking lot and I was Sold on the perfect fit.

Laser scanned and cut form fit , plus the spill edge that runs the slop right out the door.

The biggest PITA with the Husky liners I've had in the past was in the winter the snow and slush would melt into a large pool.
Trying to get the tray out of the vehicle to dump the slop out without out spilling was too much of a balancing act.

WeatherTech's ...set-it-and-forget-it FTW!


Cost more, but worth it to me.
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Are you located in or around St Albert? I think I've seen your truck there. Do you have HID's and disabled DRL's?
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Are you located in or around St Albert? I think I've seen your truck there. Do you have HID's and disabled DRL's?
nope, south edmonton

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I think I know that guy from DT forums though
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Hmm... those WeatherTechs look really nice! Now I kinda wish I had bought those! Thanks for the pic!
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I just picked up my husky mats for the front and back. They fit well but they are thin. I got them for 110 at got-chrome.com. I also picked up front and rest husky mud guards that I really like.
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