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Old 01-20-2016, 03:30 PM   #1
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E350/450 Floor mats

Hi all,

I own a 2016 Minnie Winnie on 2015 E350 chassis and can not find floor mats for it , has anyone purchased floor mats for there E350/450 and can direct me to ware you bought your?

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Old 01-20-2016, 03:46 PM   #2
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Have you tried Weather Tech? They make both exact-fit and generic fit floor mats for a variety of applications. I have them in both my cars (exact-fit) but had to use generic fit for my Class A motorhome.
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Old 01-20-2016, 03:49 PM   #3
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No one makes a "floor liner" type style protector for the E series floors.
I have a set of heavy duty rubber mats from Weather Tech. Their part # for the E series vans is W51. They come in black, gray, and tan. Probably the best quality rubber mats you can get. Have had them for 3 years now, and they don't show any wear at all. These are direct fit.
If your looking for a carpet style mat, just check on Amazon or e-bay. Bunch of styles there.
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Old 01-20-2016, 03:57 PM   #4
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Bought mine from Ford.
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Old 01-21-2016, 10:59 AM   #5
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+1 for Weathertech. Not cheap, but very good. Wish their floorliner model was available for the E450, but the regular ones do the job fine.
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Yes I have tried looking at WeatherTec and none listed, even tried emailing them and no response. Will take a look at the W51 and see what I think. Have not tried Ford so will see if they have any. I don't understand why no one make anything for the E series truck, so many of them on the road both as Class C,s and delivery vans.
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doit, just go to Amazon and punch up Weather Tech W 51 floor mats. Add BK for black, TN for tan and GR for gray.
They list all three.
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Bought these Highland floor mats on Amazon for $34. Fit great & work fine.

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Lists the E350 though, same cab.
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Just ordered a set of gray based on all the good guidance! We'll get them in time for our next short trip. Another Happy Camper! Thanks RV folks.
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As a follow-up, we received these mats today and as reported above, they are a perfect fit. And for $36.97 a very good price IMO. They are made of heavier material, but the material is softer than one might expect. We couldn't be more pleased with this purchase. My "To-Do" list just got smaller. Thanks RV folks.
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I also have the Weather Tech W 51 and they are a good fit.
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I tried to buy floor mats from Ford. They don't sell them because there is no carpet on the new E450's and there is nothing for them to grip onto. I would be careful to check if they slide, they could move and obstruct you gas or brake pedals. I would be interested in seeing how they work.
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I purchased Husky liners. I think they call them Tuffliners or something like that. They have plastic spikes on the bottom that are supposed to grip carpet but my coach doesn't have carpet. What I did was buy a cheap, thin yoga matt from Walmart. They are soft and rubbery. I cut it the shape of the floor matts and put it on the floor and then put the matts on top. It keeps them in place. The surface area of the rubbery yoga matt is enough to stick to the rubber/plastic floor and the spikes dig into it to hold the matts in place. They've been in there for a year and work fine.

If they get to sliding on you, you just clean them up and clean the floor and they will work fine again. If you get a lot of dirt/sand in the flooring it will allow them to slip a little but I've never had an issue with them sliding up under the pedals or anything that severe.
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