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All Weather Mats and/or Liner Pics?


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Does anyone have the GM all weather liners or mats that would be willing to post some pics?  Have a 2019 GMC.and curious how they fit as my father has the weather tech liners in his Yukon and the fit isn’t great.  As I understand, Weathertech makes the liners for GM. 

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2019 RST Z-71 with center console.

Drivers Side with no liner, liner and overlap of liner on sill plate (About 1/2" to 3/4").

 

The dealership told me that GM and Weathertech could NOT come to an agreement so... GM found another company to make them just like Weathertec does (Laser measurements etc...)

 

I feel that the GM ones do a very good job on coverage but haven't been tested through a Michigan winter yet... That will be the true test with all the snow/salt mix lol 

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Back seat (Crew Cab)

 

That back seat liner comes in 2 pieces and interlocks with the tabs in the middle of the truck. I have that cloth covered cargo holder and had to take that out first. (take the jack out of passenger side cargo and take 1 screw out on the drivers side cargo area) Then take the brand new liner and cut out a small section around where the jack stand mounts to the truck (Not very cool to have to cut a brand new $$$ GM liner!) Then lay down the new liner (Interlock the 2 pieces) and re install the cargo holder. I left PLENTLY of room from where I trimmed the new liner that the cargo holder completely hides the hack job. Or you can just take the cargo holder out and not trim anything. I liked not having stuff rolling around the back seat so I reinstalled the cargo holder.

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1 hour ago, MitchPI said:

Thank you all for the pics!  So I guess the liners are the way to go.

Are you set on having a GM logo in your mat? I would highly recommend Husky Liners. Their material and fit is far superior to weathertech. I have them in my 2015, but I can't vouch for the fit in the T1's. Just another option to check out.

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I have the factory ones as well, very pleased, great coverage. My guess is they would fit better than the weathertechs since GM could provide engineer drawings to whoever is making them.

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2 hours ago, inkman101 said:

I asked the same question about 5 months ago.  I went with the GM mats and could not be any happier with the fit and protection.

 

Pete

Pete, did you go with the mats or the liners?  From what I’ve read they’re different. 

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I’ve had husky or weathertech in every vehicle I’ve owned. I currently have the GM mats and they’ve been better than any husky or weathertech. I highly recommend them. They fit great and don’t roll on the edges while offering the same protection. They look great too. 

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