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Old 03-16-2014, 11:28 PM   #15
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We just installed regular car formats turned sideways, they are the deep rubber Goodyear mats. Think we purchased at Costco. Use the backseat mats at top/bottom of stairway. Wish I had measured area first, I beat the truck mats would have fit better.

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Old 03-17-2014, 07:43 AM   #16
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We are at the camp red bay now and there is is young man here by the name of Trevor Nichols who has a shop in town that makes custom made mats for the cockpit area and the steps. He makes dash mats as well. I have a phone # for him if you are interested. He shiips as well. He made ours here at the campground and we are extremely happy. He has two colors that he makes them out of, a brown and a grey. They attach with velcro to the tile.
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Old 04-15-2017, 01:03 PM   #17
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Love the suggestions for mats. Our problem is pine needles! I don't want the type of mat that pine needles stick in. It's almost impossible to get them out - even with a vacuum cleaner!
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I just replaced all the carpet in ours. To keep the driving area nice and clean i used a remanant, cut it to shape and then had a local carpet shop bind the edges for $2 a foot. Works great, looks great and easy to pull and clean.

Same here!
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Old 04-16-2017, 01:55 AM   #19
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We just measured the area, went to Walmart and bought some car floor mats, turned them sideways. Took the rear mats, kept them hooked together and put them in front of the dog house where we step. Easy solution.
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Bought our 3 cushioned rubber mats at Home Depot. Look great, had to trim a tiny spot to fit around gas peddle. Put one on drivers side, passenger side and one in front of dog house.
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Old 04-16-2017, 05:00 AM   #21
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Get van cargo mats. Amazon and Sam's Club for around $20. Cut to size, provides full area coverage.
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Old 04-16-2017, 05:59 AM   #22
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Debrey,

Matworks ltd makes custom and embroidered (logo) mats for motorhomes.

I made the pattern of my cockpit area and had them embroider the model of coach in the center. The carpet is rubber backed and is binded on the edge all the way around.

These are high quality mats and they make indoor and outdoor step mats as well.

You can choose carpet, binding, and embroidery colors of your choosing.
Attached is the outside step cover they made for me.



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We bought a 3X6 floor mat from a janitors supply and cut it to fit from the stepwell to the drivers side. Came out great, seems to pickup everything we track in.Click image for larger version

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We bought a 3X6 floor mat from a janitors supply and cut it to fit from the stepwell to the drivers side. Came out great, seems to pickup everything we track in.Attachment 173773
Nice! I'm using HomeDepot cheap rubber door mats but the don't look as nice. However, mine are small and easy to shake out.
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