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Old 06-20-2008
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makes the shifter look bigger...
or like a really, really young ranger...
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one of the reasons i got an edge 4x4. the vinyl flooring. gets wet, muddy, dirty, just wash 'er out, wipe with towel, done.
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Old 06-22-2008
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When I took my carpet out, there are lotsa wires under it and I think it'd look tacky to just bed line it. There are already holes in your floor with plugs in them that you can easily take out if water does enter into your cab.

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When I took my carpet out, there are lotsa wires under it and I think it'd look tacky to just bed line it. There are already holes in your floor with plugs in them that you can easily take out if water does enter into your cab.

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with a little work, im sure you can make the harness's turn out good.
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only b/c i imagine its a pain in the *** to shave my *****.
Wax em'.
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+1 for Vinyl flooring, i love mine! You can check it out at the Orlando meet coming up if need be. Couldn't imagine having a truck w/o it, screw carpet!
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+1 for Vinyl flooring, i love mine! You can check it out at the Orlando meet coming up if need be. Couldn't imagine having a truck w/o it, screw carpet!
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i'm at the beach every day and its easy to vacume the sand out. i could not have a car with carpert.
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i dont think i would wash the vinyl floor with a water hose there is still padding under it that could mold i vacume it a spray wheel and tire cleaner on it and wipe it up looks brand new when i bought my FX4 it had carpet and i didnt like it so i went down to ford and ordered the vinyl floor it ran about 100 bucks it drops right in if you have a supercab with no jump seats if u got jumps or a single cab you have to trim it i got lucky with my B2300 came factory with it
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i dont think i would wash the vinyl floor with a water hose there is still padding under it that could mold i vacume it a spray wheel and tire cleaner on it and wipe it up looks brand new when i bought my FX4 it had carpet and i didnt like it so i went down to ford and ordered the vinyl floor it ran about 100 bucks it drops right in if you have a supercab with no jump seats if u got jumps or a single cab you have to trim it i got lucky with my B2300 came factory with it
I've done it to mine many times, never had a problem.
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When I took my carpet out, there are lotsa wires under it and I think it'd look tacky to just bed line it. There are already holes in your floor with plugs in them that you can easily take out if water does enter into your cab.

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so thats what that plug is for lol wonder what the purpose of it was when i pulled it out
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Ditch the carpet and put the factory rubber floor in. You'll love it. Just don't spray it down like jeeps. The insulation holds water and turns to rust.
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ordered the vinyl floor it ran about 100 bucks it drops right in if you have a supercab with no jump seats if u got jumps or a single cab you have to trim it i got lucky with my B2300 came factory with it
Um they make it for regular cabs too. My regular cab came from the factory with it.
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Wax em'.
God that would hurt!
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What the hell happened to this thread?!
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ah you bastard humiliating me lol
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so the moral of this thread, is to line-x your floor, and wax your *****? nice.
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so the moral of this thread, is to line-x your floor, and wax your *****? nice.
lol
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What the hell happened to this thread?!
I happened to this thread I made a comment about how I like girls with no carpet! Then the carpet hit the fan so to say. lol
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so the moral of this thread, is to line-x your floor, and wax your *****? nice.
I guess it is.
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I do that with my vinyl floor, just pull the seats out and hose it down. The water drains out of the seat bolt holes. You can normally get it cheap from a JY.
YOU HAVE TO BE F-ING KIDDING ME......


after reading all the horror stories on this site and you would actually do this willingly ???? seriously...


ok even tho you have VINYL FLOOR you have Jute under the floor. that stuff retains water like mad.. go pull your seats and lift up that flooring i will bet money its wet if you are doing this.. if so welcome to having rusted out floor pans...
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I happened to this thread I made a comment about how I like girls with no carpet! Then the carpet hit the fan "so to say." lol
dude, what were you doing with that fan?? ??

but I agree in all aspects, no carpet = very nice...

I have driven trucks with those Husky floor liners... I dislike how they use a lot of space under the pedals and sometime the pedals (esp clutch ) can bottom out before the end of pedal travel... just my .02
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after reading all the horror stories on this site and you would actually do this willingly ???? seriously...


ok even tho you have VINYL FLOOR you have Jute under the floor. that stuff retains water like mad.. go pull your seats and lift up that flooring i will bet money its wet if you are doing this.. if so welcome to having rusted out floor pans...
Not at all actually, pulled the floor up to do the body lift and theres no rust and their not wet at all. Oh god Stone doesn't know everything!
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IMO Trent, you are mostly just lucky... I would honestly resort to a bucket/rag if I were you... It may not have happened yet, but it will
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Eh I haven't done it in forever, I've used a wet vac last time anyway, its just easier.
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Simple Green
+ 2X Sham-wow
+ Warm Water
+ ELBOW GREASE

= Clean truck without the risk associated with spraying down the interior.

*Actually, I'm kind of intrigued. If there is a legit way that I could theoretically take the seats out and hose the thing down without worrying I would be interested in the mod. Only if I know the floor is safe though.
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