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With the upcoming winter season drawing near, I wanted to make sure that I had some rubber floormats to eliminate as much salt absorbing into the carpets as possible. I searched online for a bit and found that I liked the Plasticolor brand, as they are officially licensed Ford products. I didn't want to go to the dealership and pay $60 for one, and I ended up locating a driver/passenger set for $30 shipped. I have attached some pics, floormats are simple but these are quality molded, and have some molded in cut paths if you need to reduce size.

A simple, cost effective fix for a large problem come winter.




 

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:) Hi SilverAthlon. They were large photos but that's allright. I have a 17 inch monitor on the lappy and are on broadband adsl. Anyway those moulded plastic floor mats, should be quite practical especially during the winter.
 

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Ya gotta like the blue logo floor mats! At least in an Escape.

I'm thinking that I will be buying some for the Tribbie that have the Mazda logo, from the dealership. :shrug:
 

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loks good, i have some beige mats to go with the beige interior but theyre not the most practical colour!
 

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Sorry, I run my resolution so high that I never take that into account - my laptop runs 1400x1050 14" LCD and my desktop runs 1600x1200 on a 21" Trinitron.

I'll try to be better about resizing to 1024x768 in the future.
 

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Wow my 19" monitor even has a hard time with those pics lol

Looks good though! :thumb:
 

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Hands down choose the weather techs as they cover the entire carpet if u can afford them.
 

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profit sharing check comn soon, gonna get the weathertech front, back and cargo mat. will post pics when i get them.
then all i will need r spalsh gaurds, window vents and maybe bug shield and moonroof visor
 

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The $19 Costco rubber ones (Michelin? or RubberMaid?) cover 90% -- and include small ones for rear. I just couldn't see spending close to $200 on plastic mats. I know they (Weathertech) cover 100%, but I prefer carpet for 3 seasons.
 
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