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Post your floormats

I'm just wondering what kind of floor mats everyone else is using. Mine are stained and i need to look into a new set!
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im useing a cheap set that say ford on them... they work fine... ill see if i can find a pic of them on-line since my truck is in florida and im in delaware

Edit: okay i have these but for a ford with the blue oval in the same location as the chevy

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I like the factory Level II mats. Raised ribs and edges can trap a lot of slop. Not cheap though - about $60+ for the set.




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Mine are the same as Billy's and I spit on that picture
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I like the factory Level II mats. Raised ribs and edges can trap a lot of slop. Not cheap though - about $60+ for the set.
Agreed, although I didn't realize they were THAT expensive! Comming from an XL previously, I didn't necessarily realize that Rangers were sometimes equipped w/ mats! (Whodathunkit?!) I kept my old mats out of the old truck when I traded it w/ the intent of using them.. but the LII ones are pretty honkin' sweet!
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wow those LII ones are nice... do they have carpet like the xlt or rubber floors like the edge?
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I have no damn floor mats! I have nice stains on my carpet and a lil spot where it looks like a hole is forming.......
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My dad got me a set of mats from the dealership for christmas 2 years ago, they look similar to the level 2 mats, and I'm guessing they were around the same price too...

These pics were taken by HockeyStud852 from GE of his floor mats when he had a Ranger, they are identical to mine.

drivers side, the hole in the center is for a clip to keep it from sliding around...


passenger side
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Yeah, the LII mats are quite similar. They have deep ridges like that, but the ridges are all arranged to meet at right angles, there are no arcs like that. They have a '4x4' logo on one side, no 'Ranger' mark. The driver's side mat also has the clip.
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Floormats? I don't NEED no stinking floormats!
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Here's mine.....oh wait....no mats
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I use Catch-all's. Expensive and the driver's side one keeps sliding around. I'd replace them, but they weren't cheap, and always come clean. Eventually, the driver's side will have a hole from getting under the pedals; then I'll toss em. Don't think they make these anymore, now it's the Catch-all EXTREME (ohh we're all impressed). Decent floormat if you find it cheap.

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I bought brand new stock carbet floor mats for my truck off ebay for $25
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i got huskey's, they are plastic w/ a big lip on the edges so no water or mud can get out of them and on to the carpet, i love them.
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ive got the wal-mart ford ones. havent failed me yet and they always wash clean. only problem is, with 4 pedals under the dash, i had to decide which two and a half i wanted the mat under.
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I'm in the mud alot so I would recommend these to anyone! Just take them out and spray them off.

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I'm in the mud alot so I would recommend these to anyone! Just take them out and spray them off.

Are those the real aluminum ones, or the PVC ones that look like aluminum? I had considered those in the past, but sidelined the idea for more pressing mods.
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That is a pic I got off of a website, I don't have a digital camera. But the ones I have are the real aluminum ones. I spray them off, and shine them up real pretty. Easy to keep clean, and trust me, my boots stay muddy as hell.
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Agreed, although I didn't realize they were THAT expensive! Comming from an XL previously, I didn't necessarily realize that Rangers were sometimes equipped w/ mats! (Whodathunkit?!) I kept my old mats out of the old truck when I traded it w/ the intent of using them.. but the LII ones are pretty honkin' sweet!
I'm hauling mine back to the dealer for warranty. I noticed today that 4 of the ribs by the gas pedal have split. Better check yours, Colin ....
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Really? Bummer.. I think the floor mats are one of the few things on my truck that I do NOT have any complaints w/! I had them out just a weekend or two ago to wash and vacuum, they were fine. Mine are kinda softish rubber. Did they dry up and crack somehow?
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Really? Bummer.. I think the floor mats are one of the few things on my truck that I do NOT have any complaints w/! I had them out just a weekend or two ago to wash and vacuum, they were fine. Mine are kinda softish rubber. Did they dry up and crack somehow?
Mine are soft rubber, too. Don't look dried out, just split. I think it's from my heel pushing on them. Never noticed it until today.
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This is the best pic I have that shows mine...

$7.99 at Wal-Mart. They are not perfect (some dirt still gets under them and the passenger side one doesn't quite fit even after trimming), but they do make cleanup easier.
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Clean up is why i was thinking of going with some rubber mats.. Just wondering what was out there.
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drivers side, the hole in the center is for a clip to keep it from sliding around...


passenger side

Anyone looking for some of these? I have a tan set that I need to get rid of.
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Here are mine that came with the rear one too.





With my old audio system.


I also have those cheap yellow apc rubber floormats for work that are underneath the Steeda ones.
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