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This is a discussion on Floor Mats? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Yeah... I just picked up a set of "cut-to-fit" all weather floormats at cost co for > Heavy, thick and ...

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    Yeah... I just picked up a set of "cut-to-fit" all weather floormats at cost co for >$20
    Heavy, thick and saved my back seat from my buddy+honey mustard.

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    Thanks everyone for your responses! I think I am going to go with the weahtertechs. Seems like the quality is great and they look nice too.
    Once again i appreciate all the replys!
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    Just saying, i bought a set of weathertechs and the back row mats dont fit!!!!!! buzzkilllll

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    Quote Originally Posted by SubieWRX12 View Post
    Just saying, i bought a set of weathertechs and the back row mats dont fit!!!!!! buzzkilllll
    digifit?Mine fit perfectly.
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    Return them and get the Subaru/OEM ones. They work great...oh, and fit.
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    If these are the basic Wethertech I had to trim mine and make 2 holes for the front drivers side. The rear are more of a universal fit. I had to do this for mine just took a few "cubes" off of each corner. I can post pics if you want.

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    seems like a lot of trouble just to avoid the OEM ones that work just fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cflip2x View Post
    If these are the basic Wethertech I had to trim mine and make 2 holes for the front drivers side. The rear are more of a universal fit. I had to do this for mine just took a few "cubes" off of each corner. I can post pics if you want.
    If you don't mind, post those pics......I've had weathertech in the past and for the ride I had they were PERFECT.

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    Drivers I had to make two holes for the floor mat holder


    Rear I trimmed the same amount on the passenger side just opposite. Im sure I can trim off more but I was happy with the little bit of overlap


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    I just cut them and i couldn't be any happier. Thank you so much for your post and pictures. It really helped!

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