Floor liners

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat General Discussions' started by MiamiNice, Jun 9, 2016.

  1. MiamiNice

    MiamiNice Senior Hellcat Member

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    43 miles, new fuel rail, less than an hour behind the wheel and now rain, lol Ok getting the windows tinted today, do you know of best place or group buys for floor liners? I would rather help smaller business here than going through ebay - just a quick ?

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    WeatherTech digital fit floor liners fit and look great. I originally bought a set for my 2012 SRT8 and swapped them into my 2016 Challenger Hellcat when it arrived...fit like a glove. A bit pricey but made in the USA.
     
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    april77 Naughty SheDevil Mod Staff Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC Charter Member

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    I agree with BluRidge above ... I love my WeatherTech floor mats/liners. I bought a set for the 2013 Challenger 392 I used to have, and put them in both the 2015 Chall HC, and now the same set is in Jimi, 2016 Chall. They keep the floor pan area pristine, are a breeze to clean, and almost 4 years later still fit tight. I even "blinged" mine a little by removing the WeatherTech badging and replacing it with custom badges.

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    cleankat SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    I vote the weathertech as well. Fit perfect, clean easy and don't look like your typical rubber mats. They are worth the price, I just did the fronts as the rears didn't look like they did a ton, at least on the charger.
     
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    Weather tech has the best fitting formats for the vehicle, Mopar does not have a true floor liner that fits and looks as nice as the weathertech does

    The weather tech mats look and fit so nice and are seamless to get in and out of the vehicle, and it also saves the original floor mats which are very expensive too
     
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    I just picked up a set of weather tec mats front and back for my car.
    they fit real nice, A little costly but should last hopefully
     
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    MiamiNice Senior Hellcat Member

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    Where did you get them from. I see them on ebay.
     
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    I ordered mine from weathertech.com

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    MiamiNice Senior Hellcat Member

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    Wasn't sure if there was a group Buy on here or anything with the vendors
    just wanted to give them a chance before I order elsewhere
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    Not that I am aware of, but it never hurts to check. :)

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    I agree. I have them in all of my cars!
     
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    WeatherTech is not all that great guys. I used to use their liners exclusively, until I got my Jeep SRT. I had their liners for that vehicle too, but sent them back. I hate the way they feel - thin plastic is a no go. The holes in the liner that the carpet hooks go through are a TERRIBLE design. Getting the liners out of the car is damn near impossible to do without spilling rocks, or god help you if you have liquid spilled in there. They are the priciest of any liner too.

    I don't think Husky makes them yet for these vehicles, but in my Jeep I got their X-Act Contour liners. Not only are they CHEAPER than WeatherJunk, they are actually RUBBER, 100% custom fit, the carpet hooks slot into the bottom side of the liner (no holes), they cover the gap most liners leave between the door sill and floorboard, feel great to put your feet on unlike plastic, and are easy to take out and clean (they don't get dirt ingrained into them like plastic does). But even their WeatherBeater liners are probably better than the WeatherTech ones.
     
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    I have them in my 2015 Grand Cherokee SRT and have had no issues. Quite honestly, I respectfully disagree with you on every complaint that you listed as I have experienced none of those problems. Maybe you just got a bad item, but I have observed their quality control to be very consistent through my 12 or so years of owning their products.
     
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    Ditto...WeatherTech. Fits well/lasts "forever". Easy to vacuum/clean.
    Try one of the citrus derived spray cleaners. Seems to work great for me, and makes them look like new.
     
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    You guys do know that mopar makes oem all weather floor mat for our cars right? or am i alone on this ?
     
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