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Old 11-01-2023, 01:57 PM #16
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Is the louder, more plasticy feel of the Weathertechs a turnoff over the softer more rubbery Huskys?
While I don't have personal experience with Husky mats, the WTs I recently
installed have been great in that respect. I too was worried they'd squeak and slip around on snow/mud/etc., but so far they have gone unnoticed in the sound dept.
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+123456 on the WeatherTechs. Iíve had mine since December 2017 and they have been phenomenal. I canít imagine what my carpet would look like if I didnít have them in. Husky, WeatherTech, etc, any of your laser fitted floor liners should be adequate to get them job done. I just prefer WeatherTech


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Another vote for the WeatherTechs, I went with them because Husky's website didn't make it clear if their floor mats went all the way up the sides like the WT.

The WeatherTechs are plasticky feeling, but they're durable and work. My heels tend to get a little sore after a long time of driving (like 3 or 4 hours). Good coverage. I've had mine for 3 years, and they look good.

The only problem I've had was that my clutch pedal would catch on the edge of the floor mat when it was fully depressed. Didn't have to cut away too much to solve the problem. In fairness to WT, fitting sound proofing under the carpet didn't help. The important pedals (gas and brake) never had this problem.

Also I have a grey interior, and WT offers a grey color. It looks good.
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First of all, I tried searching this sub forum for "floor mats" and the search engine this website uses is basically worthless!

We gave our son our 3rd Gen SR5 and seriously needs new floor mats. I was going to tell him to get Huskys, but they don't seem to have the newer style exact fit ones for the older 4Runners, but have others that will supposedly fit. He lives in Boulder so will get some snow on them and the "Heavy Duty" model looks like a good choice, but they don't show the hole for the floor anchor on the Driver's side mat. Has anyone tried these? Is there a better choice for a 3rd Gen in areas with snow?
Here are the Husky mats I'm looking at...
Heavy Duty Floor Mats for Your Car or Truck | Husky Liners

Have you looked into this version that Husky offers?
Classic Style Laser Cut Fitted Floor Mats | Husky Liners

To me, it seems like the Husky answer to WeatherTech. I ordered them for that reason. They have raised edges and are great for the snow; there's really nowhere for water to reach the carpet with them. They also seem to be very cheap on Amazon right now.

I'm pretty happy with them, but I kind of wish I would have forked out the cash for WeatherTechs instead. The fitment of the Husky liners is far from perfect.
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Have you looked into this version that Husky offers?
Classic Style Laser Cut Fitted Floor Mats | Husky Liners

To me, it seems like the Husky answer to WeatherTech. I ordered them for that reason. They have raised edges and are great for the snow; there's really nowhere for water to reach the carpet with them. They also seem to be very cheap on Amazon right now.

I'm pretty happy with them, but I kind of wish I would have forked out the cash for WeatherTechs instead. The fitment of the Husky liners is far from perfect.
I had Husky Liners in a previous vehicle and they were slick when wet
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