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Husky Liners Classic Style Floor Liners Part #33903 Customer Reviews
10 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Adam G (ST LOUIS PARK, MN) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Excursion — Dec 31, 2012 7:05 AM
Wow! I live in Minnesota where they dump salt on the roads in the winter. After running them for 2+ weeks I noticed at least a cup of liquid/salt mix that wasn't deposited on the floor of my Excursion because of these liners. I would recommend these to anyone. The reservoir on the outer edge isn't an impedance to getting in/out of the vehicle and does a fantastic job of holding liquid and other melt safely until you can empty it out.
Reviewed by joe m (Parkersburg, WV) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Excursion — Jun 05, 2012 8:24 PM
I have several sets of husky floor matts.... They have worked great..... I ordered this set the delivery was great and they arrived in great shape. While installing I noticed these new matts are thinner than my other three sets...... I thought I was imagining they were different but I measured them with a micrometer and yep they are thinner... Thats not auto eveeythings fault .... seems as though all products are skimped on these days....
Reviewed by Nathan H (East Helena, MT) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Excursion — Mar 26, 2012 5:41 AM
These liners get the job done. The custom molded shapes fit my 2002 Ford Excursion pretty well. Trimming the 3rd row liner to fit around the 2nd row 60/40 bench seat was easy. The liners are very light-weight. They seem to be durable enough, but ideally I would have liked something heavier. They have stayed in place well so far (thanks to the nubs molded into the bottom surface), but I am always worried about them getting kicked out of place due to their light weight. Instead of a grommet to hold the driver's liner in place, there is simply a raised pocket so the liner will fit over the factory floor mat clip in the floor. I would rather have a clip grommet there, plus the raised pocket makes for a noticeable bump in the surface. Overall, my complaints are minor and I am happy with these liners. I would buy them again for the price I paid.
Reviewed by david k (Prospect, KY) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Excursion — Jun 30, 2010 8:56 AM
Overall I am satisfied with the Husky Liners I purchaced for my 2003 Excursion. I recieved them in a reasonably quick time frame and the color was pretty close. My issues with the liners however were that the fit was not exactly perfect and the drivers mat moves slightly or you kick it gettting in and out due to the fit. The middle and back seat photo before I oredered showed a mat that was more user friendly and appealing to the eye. The liners I recieved does not go under the front seat at all which is one of the reasons I liked the product and it did not show a solid tread design across the whole mat as I recieved. The back seat mat had to be cut because the middle seat was a bench. I understand the universal aspect but make it easier and safer to seperate. If I was to screw up the cut who's to blame! I was willing to may more for a product that had more but in the end I am not so sure I got that. I will say that it seeems like there where not a whole lot of manufacturer with options as Husky. Overall I decided I would keep them because I am not confident that I would find one better.
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