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Old 02-13-2007, 11:53 PM   #1
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Default What floor liners to get? If you have some post a picture.

I am picking up my 02 bonneville on thursday and I want to get some rubber floor liners (mats) to protect the carpet. I was thinking about the Husky Liners or Weatherteck but I'm open for suggestions. I want rubber so I can clean them easily when I am washing my car. btw, my interior is tan.

What do you have? Post a picture if you have one, I'd like to see how they look. Thanks
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if i was you i would go with the cheapest one possible, just my opinion tho
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I'm interested to see what others have too. I'd like to get some as well, but the only ones I've found that are deep enough to be worth anything are really expensive.
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the GM All Weather mats are supposed to be pretty good

and they retain the 'Factory Fit" unlike others
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the GM All Weather mats are supposed to be pretty good

and they retain the 'Factory Fit" unlike others
Are they rubber or carpet?
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the GM All Weather mats are supposed to be pretty good

and they retain the 'Factory Fit" unlike others
Are they rubber or carpet?
they are rubber
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the GM All Weather mats are supposed to be pretty good

and they retain the 'Factory Fit" unlike others
Are they rubber or carpet?
they are rubber
Cool, would I have to buy them at the dealer?
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pics of these?
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the GM All Weather mats are supposed to be pretty good

and they retain the 'Factory Fit" unlike others
Are they rubber or carpet?
they are rubber
Cool, would I have to buy them at the dealer?
yes

the part number for the Front mats are 12496836, and the rear mats are 12496671

here is a Pic
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Ive always used the cheapo rubber ones that have the deep groves to catch water/dirt/snow/mud whatever in them. If it gets really nasty in the winter i go as far as using and old bath towel folded in half on the driver and passenger side floors for the people who can't seem to understand the concept of keeping their slushy shoes on the floormats. It looks a little corny but after a couple days you just wash them and put them back in, plus they absorb all the water that would have ended up filling the grooves in the rubber mats and spilling onto the carpet below.
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