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Postby sneakerhead - July 28th, 2016, 10:57 am

I want to replace the floor mats on my 2008 Ford Escape Limited. Are Husky Liners a good choice?
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Re: Floor Mats

Postby AmericanPride - July 28th, 2016, 11:30 am

sneakerhead wrote:I want to replace the floor mats on my 2008 Ford Escape Limited. Are Husky Liners a good choice?

The Lloyd rubberites are better than weathertech even

http://lloydmats.com/mat-materials/rubb ... ucks-suvs/
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Re: Floor Mats

Postby FRENCHY - July 28th, 2016, 2:17 pm

I use the Husky a long time now, and it cover the entire dead pedal, so only for that not to mention the fitting, husky are an excellent choice :thumb:
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Re: Floor Mats

Postby MadMax - July 28th, 2016, 5:11 pm

Aries 3D for me. They're cheaper and look good for a long time :yes:

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Re: Floor Mats

Postby maxpter - August 3rd, 2016, 6:08 am

I have Husky mats and have no complaints about their quality. They are easy to clean also.
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Re: Floor Mats

Postby K270 - August 18th, 2016, 1:45 am

Anyone else have a problem with a hole wearing into your floor mat where the heel of your foot rests when pressing the gas pedal?
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Re: Floor Mats

Postby MadMax - August 18th, 2016, 7:00 am

K270 wrote:Anyone else have a problem with a hole wearing into your floor mat where the heel of your foot rests when pressing the gas pedal?


I have a solution for that. Peel and stick rubber pads from Harbor Freight

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Re: Floor Mats

Postby Heywood_F - August 18th, 2016, 5:55 pm

I've got the 08 Weathertech liners in my 08 and I'm very pleased with the fit, up front at least. The rears seem to curl a bit. With Weathertech, the 08 model mats are different (slightly flatter) than the following years.
The 08' Husky mats are only available in Classic Style (checkerplate), but they are also a good fit.
Aries seems to make only one model for the entire 08-12 range, so I'm not sure how the fit will be in the 08 (at least on the driver's side).
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Re: Floor Mats

Postby 1X4WDEscape - August 26th, 2016, 2:58 pm

Lund International mats have been serving me well. They look like carpet, but are trough like Weathertech. Also less expensive. Come in handy when going semi-off road. Remove and hose out the mud.
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Re: Floor Mats

Postby GatorJ - September 11th, 2016, 7:45 am

1X4WDEscape wrote:Lund International mats have been serving me well. They look like carpet, but are trough like Weathertech. Also less expensive. Come in handy when going semi-off road. Remove and hose out the mud.

+1 for these. Best mats on the market.
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