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Replacement carpeted floor mats ??

My floor mat on the driver's side is getting a hole worn in it from my shoe and I need to replace it. I'd like to get a nice one, doesn't have to be original equipment although that would be nice. I'm looking for a light tan one and would probably need a new one for the passenger side as well so they match. Anybody have any recommendations on where to go ??
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Wallyworld sells em
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I like the rubber ones better IMHO. They clean easy and they are tough good with spills too and those rainy days. But yeah Walmart sells them. I got mine from Costco.
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Thanks !!
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I just got a set of brand new, in original packaging, Ford ones on eBay--these are over $100 from the dealer--$40.00 shipped. These are even nicer than the ones that came with my truck when it was new.
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I just got a set of brand new, in original packaging, Ford ones on eBay--these are over $100 from the dealer--$40.00 shipped. These are even nicer than the ones that came with my truck when it was new.
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Is that from a dealer or a private party ?? Link ??
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I don't remember where they came from---I got them right around Christmas-time, but I found them by doing a search on eBay--try Ford Ranger Floor Mats?
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I did search e-bay and I found a dealer who custom makes them OEM with the grommet in them to hold them in place. They are about $76.00 with shipping. I'd prefer OEM but they seem to be hard to find and expensive. I may wait till the nasty weather is over for this year so maybe in March I'll get some.
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I bought mine strictly to install at car shows--I'll be using my 8-year old beat-up ones the rest of the time. It took me a couple of tries to find these.
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I have catch-all mats in my truck, and they're pretty good. My only complaint is that they want you to put several holes in the carpet in order to hold it down. The whole reason I got the mats is to protect my carpet from damage, so what the hell would be the point of intentionally putting holes in it? So I just didn't do that and they slide around a little, but it's not to bad.





The underside is rubber, and there's a small ridge that runs along the edge of the mat, so you can spill something on it and it'll just pool up and not runout onto the carpeting underneath.
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I need some new ones too. Mine have a hole in them from my boots.
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I ended up buying my new carpeted floor mats from Wal*Mart. The tan color match isn't bad and they look nice in the Ranger. I bought a four piece set and have two pads left over. I'm surprised they look as good as they do !! For $21 bucks ya can't beat it.

Thanks for the tip !!
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Wow! Nice buy! I haven't tried buying those custom fit floor mats from Walmart. I always buy from a trusted auto parts store like Rockauto and Car-stuff. Sometimes, I also look in Ebay. There are great deals there too. As for brands, I usually buy from Weathertech and Husky. Weathertech perfectly fits while Husky is a lot affordable than weathertech. :)

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Don't know what your flooring is, but mine is vinyl. And mats slide around all the time. Do yours stick better?
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