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Old 09-21-2020, 09:07 PM   #1
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Adding deep winter floor mats to vinyl floor?

I have the flat black vinyl flooring in the front of my E450 and I want to put in some W51 WeatherTech All-Weather Front Floor Mats - Black.

These are meant to be held in place on carpet with tiny little pokey thingies.

Any ideas on keeping them from scooching around in the vinyl floor?


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I found Weathertech mat tops to be slippery. I have switched to Husky mats. The bottoms donít donít slide around on the carpet and the rubber material is not slippery. Check them out online.
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Hey thanks for that! I'm not familiar with Husky, I just chose the WeatherTech based or prior experience. I had some Michelin from the auto store and they disintegrated.


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Hey thanks for that! I'm not familiar with Husky, I just chose the WeatherTech based or prior experience. I had some Michelin from the auto store and they disintegrated.


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I started buying weather tech products when they first started. To me, the quality has gone down. Mats seem thinner and don't hold their shape as well. Last new vehicle switched to Husky and liked them better.
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I would first wait and see how they do. The floor mat are in a Class C, on both sides, is a pretty confined area, which may hold the mats in place without any other items needed to hold them down.

If they move, you may want to attach a clip to the seat floor bolts, that snaps on to the back of the mat.
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OK so HUSKY and clip to bolts . . . great suggestions - thanks again!


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