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Maxliner All Weather Floor Mats

DonsRam19

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installed some maxliner floor mats in my ram and there really nice i was worried with the price being alot cheaper then the weather techs but they fit great and are actually better then the weather techs.
Cost was around $140-$160
heres a video of what they look like in my ram crew cab
 

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(n) on Maxliners...:poop: design...liquid runs off outer edge
Mopar mats built to contain liquid...2pc interlocking easy clean rear(y)
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what made me go with the maxliners instead was the total coverage of the mats. they go over to the door sill they dont stop right before the carpet ends like mopar on the rear mats.
How are they working for you? Draining out the door sill well? I want mine rear mats to extend all the way as I will be carrying dogs with muddy paws.
 

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How are they working for you? Draining out the door sill well? I want mine rear mats to extend all the way as I will be carrying dogs with muddy paws.
They are working great. Haven't had any spills or much liquid on the mats so far.
 

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I am sure they are nice but, from the pics, I think I still like the WT mats far better.
 

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I got the mopar slush mats, for about half the cost of the WT ones... great fit up front, great coverage in back, allowing you to get to the under mat features.
 

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Installed these 3w ones off Amazon. Love the coverage and feel.
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I saw TuxMat on another thread today. I'd never heard of them, but they looked pretty nice and were getting positive reviews.

Mine came with the factory slush mats. I'ts been a mess here (Iowa) since I bought the truck. I've been pretty happy with them..
 

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They’re all better than carpet mats. The Mopar ones are a good deal. I paid $120, they’re good enough for me, and In my opinion they look the best. I don’t care for the hard plastic-looking ones.
 

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Thanks but I only need the rear. Wonder why it’s not showing up on their website?
 

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Thanks but I only need the rear. Wonder why it’s not showing up on their website?
I'm not sure, maybe write or call them and ask. As soon as I placed my order somebody from there sent me an e-mail just to verify that I had the new RAM and everything was correct.

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Just called them and they do NOT make the rear with the underseat storage area mat yet. Guess I'll order the WT for the rear. Thanks
 

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I added some Maxliners to my truck. So far I'm happy. Decent fit. Great coverage. Little less cost. I've got the under seat storage and like that the liner goes underneath it though I did end up doing a little trimming at both ends and around the molding for the middle tab to get it to lay down better.

Under floor storage is still accessible just a little less convenient since you've gotta hold the mat up out of the way and then push it back down under the front seat when done.

Driver's side:
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Passenger side
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Rear
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Trimming
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I could have done a much better job on that last cut but my right arm was in a brace at the time and the knife skipped a little in my left hand. Even as is you can't see it unless the seats up and bin is flipped out so it doesn't bother me.

Trimmed here as well and tucked under molding
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Installed these 3w ones off Amazon. Love the coverage and feel.
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How are the 3W floor mats making out for you? I am trying to decide between these and the Mopar. Like the look of these. How do they feel? Are the outside edges/lips able to keep liquids in if spills happen? Do the feel plasticky like Weathertech's do? Are they softe/cushiony or firm? Can you ealily access the rear seat Rambins? Great pics!
 

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