WeatherTech Floor Liners Suck

john l.

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Here is the fitment of the rough country set I bought for mine. Price was 150 or so. By far worth it in my opinion.
Nice. Looks like they were made by WeatherTec, with the box for the decal to sit in.
 

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Nice. Looks like they were made by WeatherTec, with the box for the decal to sit in.
From what I've seen, the weather tec set doesnt travel as far up the seat mount covers. Or along the sill. Material seems thicker over a older set of weathertec that I had. Its possible that RC copies their design. However exacutes it better.
 

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WeatherTech liners are junk, last set I had anyway (look like OP's). Husky's WeatherBeaters are slightly better IMO... but the absolute best are Husky's X-Act Contour. They should be coming out with them for 2019s any time now... actual rubber (or synthetic rubber) liners that look, work, and feel great. Not plastic garbage.
 

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Husky liners ftw. I have the weatherbeater ones now, the fit is perfect but I'm not a big fan of the harder plastic style. I had the X-Act ones in my Silverado, those were the softer rubber type. Husky said they're coming out with the x-act for the 2019's, and I'll be buying those when they're released. Will never own weathertech's again after having them in my Silverado.
 

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Very disappointed in mine. The replacement was as bad as the original. Thin, flimsy, covers trim, does not fit well.





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LOL this is not normal. I have them in my 19 Ram. I love them. They fit perfect and are thick. I have always used Weather Tech and never had any issues.
 

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Agreed on the recommendation of the Rough Country mats...bought them the day after I bought my truck...very happy with the quality and fit of them.
 

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I have the husky Liners in my 2019 ram laramie and I love them. Great fit. I recommend those.
 

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I like the inside of my vehicle to be quiet. If I move my shoe across the floor mat, I don't want it to sound like a shoe dragging across a hard plastic floormat. Sounds like the Weathertech's would do this. I prefer the thick rubber sound/feel.
 

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I like the inside of my vehicle to be quiet. If I move my shoe across the floor mat, I don't want it to sound like a shoe dragging across a hard plastic floormat. Sounds like the Weathertech's would do this. I prefer the thick rubber sound/feel.

I have Weathertech in my 2015 Tahoe. Based on my experience with them, I’ll look for a alternative when I get my truck. I do t mind the hard plastic feel so much but I hate the way the edges curl up - looks like crap. When I called their customer service, they told me to let them sit in the sun to become pliable. Tried that - didn’t work. There has to be a better product.
 

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If you are looking for a good alternative, I can definitely recommend Maxliner floor mats. This is the second seg I've owned in 2 different vehicles and I have been really impressed. They fit great, dont move, and they have a good texture! 20181013_193014.jpg
 

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Surprised about all the negative Weathertech comments. I've had them in previous vehicles, and liners for the back of SUVs (currently have one in my wife's Lexus) with great results.
Current one on the Lexus cargo area fits perfect and it's holding up great. Nice thick material and looks tailor-made. Also had it in my BMW X5 with similar results.
 

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Amazon currently has the Husky Weatherbeaters for $80/each plus an additional 10% off if you order front and back separately. Comes out to $144+taxes total for the set. Just ordered mine today and will receive them by Saturday :)
 

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I bought a set of Weathertech liners once, and returned them immediately... crap
I just put a set of Husky Xact in my 1500 and they fit and look great. I won't buy any other brand.
 

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Maxliner and Rough Country seem to use the same supplier so no real difference in product there, but Maxliner does offer a Military and First Responder discount.

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I asked for floor mats to be included with my truck purchase. Mopar floor mats were on back order so I agreed to Weathertech floor liners. They are HORRIBLE!!!. Very thin plastic. Doesn't even fit well. Covers the door sill. just not happy. For those that own them do you have any opinions?
Get the Mopar mats when they are available. They're excellent.
 

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People, please stop buying the garbage plastic liners. If you want something quality, aka rubber, get the Husky X-Act Contour liners.
 

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People, please stop buying the garbage plastic liners. If you want something quality, aka rubber, get the Husky X-Act Contour liners.
I'm very happy with the fit coverage and quality of the RAM mats. I was surprised at how high quality they are. Besides the dealer threw them in after I bugged them about it.
 

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