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what carpet will cover all of floor??

In my 88 regular cab Im going to be installing a set of real 84 SVO cloth buckets and Im running a t5 trans. I need carpet for the truck but everything I find doesnt cover the floors under where the bench would have been. Obviously I want to have carpet covering the floor between the seats also.

Any ideas? Would a carpet out of an extended cab be solid and I could just trim to the length I need? Remember this is for 83-92 cab.
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Measure the cab floor , add 6 inches all the way around.
Go to Lowes and pick out a color of their indoor/outdoor carpet.
You'll have to trim so buy a nice,sharp utility knife while you're there.
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Measure the cab floor , add 6 inches all the way around.
Go to Lowes and pick out a color of their indoor/outdoor carpet.
You'll have to trim so buy a nice,sharp utility knife while you're there.
Oh hell no. That never looks rite. I want to use a factory style molded carpet or even rubber.
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Measure the cab floor , add 6 inches all the way around.
Go to Lowes and pick out a color of their indoor/outdoor carpet.
You'll have to trim so buy a nice,sharp utility knife while you're there.
That would look like doo doo. Just sayin.
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This is where I got mine.

http://www.stockinteriors.com/

Great fit, they give you extra on the sides so you can cut for a tight fit.
There is an option for a sound deadening material for underlayment attached to the carpet/Mat.

A lot of color choices and they shipped fast.

I would go back to them.
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x2 for stock interiors...its not pre-cut for any holes so u can modify it to your liking. Comes with a good 6" of extra material all around so u can trim to fit. I got the plush version, no sound deadner since I installed some raammat. They come with a heel pad for the drivers side...if you dont want it, make sure you let them know when u place ur order...they can delete it.
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