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Old 08-25-2006, 09:41 AM   #1
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Does anyone know of a good place to get some nice floor mats? Mine from the front have seen better days, so I'd like to use them just in the winter, and find some for the summer. Do the generic kinds you would find at any store usually fit decent?
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I bought mine at Costco. I like them because they have deep grooves with catch all the snow which turns into water in winter. My parents have them in their cars too.

You can kind of see them in this pic.

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Bahhhhhaahahahaha I have the exact same ones..

They are the best I have found in the winter.
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I like these from Walmart, they hold in stuff vary well!!!!

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Sorry, what I meant is I want some nice mats for summer. The stock ones are worn, so I'm going use those in the winter unless I get something like you guys have mentioned.
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Depends on how nice you want them, when I had my trans am I ordered nice embroidered mats from the dealer, but they were a hundred bucks......
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The best one'* I've seen are from Lloyd'* check ebay from pricing and availabiliy. Not the cheapest though.
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I'm basically looking for a reasonable price, something like what you would find in any auto store. My main concern is whether anything off the shelf will fit decent. I don't want to buy something that is too small or too large. I didn't know if there was a good website that you guys know about that carries off the shelf type mats for our cars.
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ebay has factory floor mats for the 00+
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ebay has factory floor mats for the 00+
check these out too...it'* for a set of 4
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BONNE...spagenameZWDVW

not sure how exact the fit is though
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