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    Anyone tried these mats?

    Some mats for the '04 Rex on this site:

    http://www.weathertech.com/store/veh...pt_choice_id=0

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    Nope. They look nice though.
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    Well, I bought some. Looks nice. My guess is that they are good quality, but time will tell. The rear mats were large, but were set up to easily custom-size (deep-grooves meant for just that.) After some minor cutting they fit well.

    The left front fit well, but exposed a minor amount of oem mat. So I removed oem mat and now it looks good.

    The driver's side front is the only place where there's a problem. It covers the gas-tank and trunk knobs. I'll probably end up cutting that part away and adding some sort of edging.

    These mats fit larger than oem mats and strike me as good all-season mats.

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    Follow up: tried to find someone to edge the mat, but was unable to. In the main, the rubber-backing is too thick and uneven. I went ahead and bought the Euro STi mats from CC-B.com instead -- so far quite pleased with them.

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