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This is a discussion on rubber floor mats within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Does anybody know where I can pick up some rubber floor mats that: a) fit the WRX nicely (I have ...

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    rubber floor mats

    Does anybody know where I can pick up some rubber floor mats that:
    a) fit the WRX nicely (I have an '04)
    b) look cool - I've pretty much given up trying to find anything with "WRX" on it, but any nice looking floor mat would do.

    I've found some ok ones but I think they're all too big...

    Any help???

    Thanks!
    I LOVE my new WRX!!!

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    subaru dealers should all have the rubber floor mats that fit perfectly. I have them and they are very nice. They may be a bit expensive tho- mine was thrown in for free

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    Which Subaru dealer did you get them from? I asked mine and they didn't have any mats (nor had they heard of any made).

    I'll order them from a different dealership if I have to...

    Thanks!

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    I got mine at Maita in Sacramento. Maybe take a look at the subaru website? Or take a look at subaruparts.com they might have them.

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    Do they have these in black? I certainly don't want rust-red in my Blue STi...
    Is this extreme?
    Because I don't want to be a part of anything that's not extreme.

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    It seems to me that I read of someone whose rubber mats looked pretty scruffy after one year of use. I like the STi mats from...umm...CC-B.com (I think that's how they spell it). They have a plasticy-rubber bottom and look great.

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    Originally posted by SubieGalRacing


    http://secure.cartsvr.net/catalogs/c...er&catid=13029

    got em - love em!
    Jamie
    Thanks SubieGal.. nice site. I've never seen it before. *bookmark*
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    I got the aluminum diamond plate ones. They are a little slippery on wet days but they look sharp, fit well (with a little bending) and clean off very easily.
    Move.

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    Do the subaru mats come with a trunk mat?
    if not can you get one?
    Now: 04 WRB STi (stock)

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    the Graham Goode mats do look great, but with the pound wholloping the US dollar at 1.8x dollars per pound, the floor mats at 48 pounds and SHIPPING at 35 to 45 pounds=154 to 170 dollars and alot of waiting...I think I'll try some Subiegal's for $54 delivered...if they look bad in a year I'll go from there.
    Is this extreme?
    Because I don't want to be a part of anything that's not extreme.

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    Hey, I just discovered that these rubber ones are OEM's and go for $54 at dealerships...doh! Granted you'll pay a bit more w/ tax but shipping makes them equal exactly pre-tax cost...I personally hate waiting for UPS to deliver and I want to see em first...
    Is this extreme?
    Because I don't want to be a part of anything that's not extreme.

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    Just a warning on these (rubber oem)...cuz I have em

    they are significantly smaller than the cloth mats that comes w/ the WRX.

    I was a bit disappointed that they don;t cover the whole area. Still works fine except the driver's side creeps up and sometimes catches on the clutch pedal (easily remedied by pulling the mat back down, but it's snnoying as heck).

    Hg.
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    Have you tried making a hole in the mat and using the mounting hooks? I am going to try the mat in my car at the dealership...
    Is this extreme?
    Because I don't want to be a part of anything that's not extreme.

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    What about a trunk mat?
    Now: 04 WRB STi (stock)

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