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Lund Catch-All Xtreme Floor Mats Part #422712 Customer Reviews
5 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Michael T (JBLM, WA) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-250 — Dec 02, 2016 12:01 AM
Purchased for a 2001 Ford F-250 Lariat CrewCab, automatic transmission, 4x4 w/o floor shifter. I originally purchased a set of WeatherTech Digital Fit floorliners but was unsatisfied with how they slipped around so easily and how the edges would deform easily. I returned those and purchased these and have not regretted it at all. One great option I love is that the front Lund liner has an over-the-hump one-piece option with cutouts areas available for manual/4x4 floor shifters. Well worth it!
Reviewed by P.R. M (REAGAN, TN) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-250 — Jun 24, 2015 5:42 AM
I wanted an affordable, one price over the hump mat for my f250. These mats are exactly what I wanted. Good quality composite floor may.
Reviewed by Colin T (Arkansas City, KS) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-250 — Sep 28, 2005 9:44 AM
I purchased a front and rear set of Xtreme Floor Mats for my 2005 Ford Super Duty Crew Cab Truck. The rubberlike material that they are made of is very tough and easy to clean. I have used mine for about two months and they still look like new, as does my factory carpet! I am also pleased with the way that the tan colored mats match my vehicles interior. They look very sharp! Since my King Ranch Edition truck is nice and new, I don't wear wet and muddy work boots inside it. However, the small rocks and bits of dirt that cling to the soles of my shoes are well contained within the confines of the raised lip of the floor mat. Since these floor mats don't have any carpet accents, clean up is super easy with just a vacuum and some paper towels. The real payoff for purchasing these mats will come this winter because they will keep all of the snow, slush, and salt off of my carpet! The mats do conform to the floor pan pretty well, but the driver's side mat, where it fits against the transmission hump, kind of bows out. This may not have occured if I had installed the floor mat mounting hardware, which consists of several special plastic screws that fit through factory grommets in the mats and bore into the underlying factory carpet. However, since my entire purpose for purchasing these mats was to protect my factory carpet, I chose not to install these screws, as I was afraid that they would make small holes in it. Overall, I am pretty satisfied with my Xtreme Floor Mats. I just wish that there was another way to hold them in place besides screws.
Ships Between 3/22 - 3/26
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- Part #:422712
- 1-piece mat