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Got my weather tech mats today I'm not impressed. My old husky liners had knobs on the bottom to hold them in place and these are perfectly smooth. Will these mats move around?

 

Mine came with a screw in anchor for the drivers side. This is my 3rd vehicle with them and the first that had the anchor. They don't move around. Passenger side has no anchor and of doesn't budge either. I'd never buy anything else.

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I have the Husky "Weather beater" mats in my 2014. The driver side mat has the 2 holes that snap over the factory spot. Fit's like a glove. Only thing I don't like is they hang past the door still - and cover up the nice decorative "All Terrain" piece. But my understanding is the weathertech does the same?

 

I guess they have to do this otherwise dirt will get in the crease between mat and carpet.

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I've noticed when shorter people are getting in they tend to kick them around. But they never move on me.

 

Then stop dating short girls

 

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Driver's side included velco-circle-things hold mats well.

However the passenger side mats will move, especially if a person uses their feet to scoot them themselves up in the seats after slouching. I'd suggest a DIY mounting job if you don't want this to happen.

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I got a set of these. Not much to go on just yet, but I think I am more impressed with the back row than the front. I have the bench seat and hoped there would be something that went all the way across. That would solve a lot of the moving issue as well as giving better coverage.

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I have the Husky "Weather beater" mats in my 2014. The driver side mat has the 2 holes that snap over the factory spot. Fit's like a glove. Only thing I don't like is they hang past the door still - and cover up the nice decorative "All Terrain" piece. But my understanding is the weathertech does the same?

 

I guess they have to do this otherwise dirt will get in the crease between mat and carpet.

I have the WeatherTech mats, front and back. The drivers front has divets in it with velcro stick, to stick to the floor of the truck. My complaint is the same AT, the mats cover up the awesome Z71 step in decal!

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I test fit the weathertech mats today. The back was horrible to me because it slid around like crazy without the knobbies. I put in the front passenger and didnt even make it to the driver. My husky liners in the 08 were much better quality rubber with more thickness. Also, I do not like the design for stuff to flow out, once you are in and things start to melt I do not want my doors getting dirty with run off. The husky liner contains everything. I'll be sending the weathertech mats back ASAP and getting husky liners ASAP.

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  • 1 month later...

Put weathertec front and rear mats in the 2014 Silverado LTZ about a week ago. They are exactly what I'd expected and am very pleased. The two piece anchor hold down is a little weird, but it works just fine.

I could spill a Mcdonalds extra large drink on the floor and nothing would get on the carpet.....got to love that.

 

Mostly I didn't want muddy boots messing up the cartpet and these mats will do the job well. The mats are pricey but great IMO.

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