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I have the Husky's in my Titan, and the driver's slides forward on me very easily. Kind of bugs me. Other than that - it is protecting the carpet well.
 

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I have the husky's and mine Is doing great. I like the fact that it's molded plastic and it wipes clean easy. I would buy whatever is cheaper imho
 

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StuntDriver06 said:
do the huskys cover the gap between the carpet and the plastic door sill so water can flow out and keep the little rocks and sand from getting in that crack?
they have a molded lip, that helps keep debris and water from reaching your OEM carpet. Very rigid hard mat/liner. Either one is easy to clean off. I like my Husky, it just "appears" the weathertech is a better made mat.
 

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StuntDriver06 said:
do the huskys cover the gap between the carpet and the plastic door sill so water can flow out and keep the little rocks and sand from getting in that crack?
I have the Husky's and love them. I will agree with them sliding forward a bit, but it doesn't really bother me and I wouldn't consider it a 'problem'.

As far as your question StuntDriver, the Husky's have about a 1" lip the whole way around them that basically traps the water/snow/mud on the mat itself. You can then simply open the door, move the mat, and 'pour' whatever's on the mat out onto the ground, with no mess inside your truck.

They work well, and I won't have another vehicle without them.


:cheers: Good Luck with your decision.
 

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I have the huskies and like them alot but, after looking at the weathertechs I probably will get those next time around. I like how the liner extends over the lip at the door, my huskies catch my feet all the time.
 

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I bought the weathertech floorliner for my truck. It is also a hard plastic. I couldn't be happier with the design and quality of the product.
 

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I have the weathertechs and there are great.
 

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Would someone post a picture of the weathertech's please?
 

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All I ever had is the Husky Liners. Can't coment on the weather techs.
 

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Ok, so they look really nice (the weathertech's) however I don't like the idea of all the water and slop just running off the edge, down onto the seal and across the rocker panel when you open the door. The Husky Liner's trap the water/mud/etc. on the mat and you can dump it out wherever you choose.

The weathertech's would be MY second choice though.
 

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StuntDriver06 said:
do the huskys cover the gap between the carpet and the plastic door sill so water can flow out and keep the little rocks and sand from getting in that crack?
No - the gap is not covered. Even though most dirt / debris is trapped on the mat, I still have an accumulation of dirt and small rocks at the plastic door sill. Then again, I probably track rocks & dirt into the truck more than most people.
 

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54warrior said:
Ok, so they look really nice (the weathertech's) however I don't like the idea of all the water and slop just running off the edge, down onto the seal and across the rocker panel when you open the door. The Husky Liner's trap the water/mud/etc. on the mat and you can dump it out wherever you choose.

The weathertech's would be MY second choice though.
The lip on mine is plenty large enough that you wouldn't have to worry about spilling over. Unless you spilled a gallon of something, lol. There shouldn't be any problems with them trapping anything that has spilled and being able to dump it out with out it getting on the inside of the truck. Just my .02
 

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A friend of mine has the Husky and I have Weathertech Floorliners. The Weathertech's seem much nicer and of high quality.
 
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