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Old 02-14-2007, 10:40 PM   #11
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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
Found out today GM discontinued them

I went ahead and ordered me a set of Weathertechs from www.ThePartsbin.com. I got them to discount them to 99.95 total for both sets.
here is what they look like.

Front Part #W2TN

Rear Part #W20TN

Thanks everyone for your input. I would have liked a set of those GM All weather mats.
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i have a see threw tarp on the floor took out the seats and layed it down looks stupid but sure as hell works!
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I use Husky floor mats. They're GREAT. They retain a full gallon of water/slush before overflowing. Here'* a pic:

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I use Husky floor mats. They're GREAT. They retain a full gallon of water/slush before overflowing. Here'* a pic:

Thanks for the picture. I actually have a set uf Husky Liners in my truck and have used them in my last three trucks I've owned. It was mostly a toss up between them and the Weathertech brand. After I seen the design difference between them for my current truck I kinda wished I had got the Weathertech'* for it. That'* about the only reason I went for these this time, they look real similar to each other. Hopefully they fit great. I'll post a picture after I get them installed. Thanks again everyone.
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Don't know if you've gotten them yet or not, but this should give you an idea of what they'll look like, it'* the best picture I've got of them:



They fit great, blend in and really do their job well. Mine are WeatherTech'* also.
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Don't know if you've gotten them yet or not, but this should give you an idea of what they'll look like, it'* the best picture I've got of them:



They fit great, blend in and really do their job well. Mine are WeatherTech'* also.
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Not yet, I should have them on Monday from UPS Thanks for the picture they look great.
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