Custom fit floor mats??

subssonic

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Jul 29, 2013
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I just bought my Denali and it came with NO floor mats. :no: I'm trying to locate a nice set of custom fit mats, not cheap'o universal fit ones. I would like to try and find ones that come with the "Denali" logo on it.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks in advance!
 

07Denali

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Feb 28, 2013
71
After searching myself i ended up getting the weathertech floormats that are a perfect fit for the whole suv. hope this helps
 

subssonic

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Jul 29, 2013
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07Denali said:
After searching myself i ended up getting the weathertech floormats that are a perfect fit for the whole suv. hope this helps

Yeah, I saw those but I was hoping to find the carpet style ones.
 

Grimor

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Mar 28, 2013
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07Denali said:
After searching myself i ended up getting the weathertech floormats that are a perfect fit for the whole suv. hope this helps

I have the weathertech ones for the TB, not a fan
 

Playsinsnow

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Nov 17, 2012
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Grimor said:
I have the weathertech ones for the TB, not a fan

Because...? I use 3rd generation floor mats that work just fine.
 

Grimor

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Mar 28, 2013
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Playsinsnow said:
Because...? I use 3rd generation floor mats that work just fine.

the back is a 2 piece that shifts when people get in and out so the pieces separate and move around. The front don't go back under the seat at all, or even close to it. So having the seat all the way back there is still a gap where stuff comes off the mats. Even having them in place for over a month on very hot days, they still just aren't that well formed to the contours of the floor.
 

24v 4.2

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Jan 16, 2013
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Grimor said:
the back is a 2 piece that shifts when people get in and out so the pieces separate and move around. The front don't go back under the seat at all, or even close to it. So having the seat all the way back there is still a gap where stuff comes off the mats. Even having them in place for over a month on very hot days, they still just aren't that well formed to the contours of the floor.

The back is a one piece on mine and I couldn't get my feet behind the front ones if I tried and I have big feet. maybe I have a newer version:undecided:
 

Grimor

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Mar 28, 2013
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24v 4.2 said:
The back is a one piece on mine and I couldn't get my feet behind the front ones if I tried and I have big feet. maybe I have a newer version:undecided:

do you when what the part number is on yours? I got mine pretty recently
 

djthumper

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Nov 20, 2011
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I have been looking for mats for mine as well. I have some generics but they really don't fit well and twist.
 

Playsinsnow

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Nov 17, 2012
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24v 4.2 said:
The back is a one piece on mine and I couldn't get my feet behind the front ones if I tried and I have big feet. maybe I have a newer version:undecided:

Get your feet behind the front mats? :confused:
Excuse my lack of sleep right now but I can't quite picture this...
 

djthumper

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Nov 20, 2011
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North Las Vegas
Playsinsnow said:
Get your feet behind the front mats? :confused:
Excuse my lack of sleep right now but I can't quite picture this...

Yeah, I thought I read it wrong 3 times...
 

24v 4.2

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Jan 16, 2013
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Playsinsnow said:
Get your feet behind the front mats? :confused:
Excuse my lack of sleep right now but I can't quite picture this...

I mean get the back of my foot between the edge of the Weathertech and front of seat.

The seat is all the way back.
 

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Playsinsnow

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24v 4.2 said:
I mean get the back of my foot between the edge of the Weathertech and front of seat.

The seat is all the way back.

If you put your foot back there, doesn't that defeat the purpose of the mat?

In winter, I place a black towel down to catch the snow that makes it past boot stomping. Works like a charm.
 

djthumper

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Nov 20, 2011
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North Las Vegas
24v 4.2 said:
I mean get the back of my foot between the edge of the Weathertech and front of seat.

The seat is all the way back.

Now I can see what you mean... Us shorter people don't have that problem. :wink:
 
Dec 16, 2011
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Tiggerr said:
Weathertech floor liners front and rear.....Love them!!
They fit perfectly and catch just about anything you can throw at them!

So why not just tear out the carpet and go with a bare metal floorpan like back in the '60's?

And this is not sarcasm, it's a serious question. I fail to see why anyone would want vinyl mats in a carpeted vehicle. I also fail to see why if one made that decision, one wouldn't just get the Chevy ones from Advance Auto Parts, seeing as how the fit is about the same (as demonstrated by a previous poster) and they're about a hundred bucks cheaper.
 

jrSS

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Dec 4, 2011
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Bought my husky floor matts from kyle. Theyve had some good use but still work like a charm. I have fronts and rears.
 

HARDTRAILZ

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Nov 18, 2011
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UMEXT said:
So why not just tear out the carpet and go with a bare metal floorpan like back in the '60's?

And this is not sarcasm, it's a serious question. I fail to see why anyone would want vinyl mats in a carpeted vehicle. I also fail to see why if one made that decision, one wouldn't just get the Chevy ones from Advance Auto Parts, seeing as how the fit is about the same (as demonstrated by a previous poster) and they're about a hundred bucks cheaper.

Carpet adds insulation and sound deadening. Reduces heat. I would not remove my carpet unless ruined, but will always use vinyl floor mats for ease of clean up.
 

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