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2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser All-Weather Floor Mats

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Husky Liners Classic Style Floor Liners Reviews


Perfect match for 2010 FJ Cruiser

Reviewed By Steven T (RIO RANCHO, NM) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser —1/25/2015 5:05 AM

The floor mats are a perfect match to the FJ Cruiser interior. They fit very well and appear to be durable. Time will tell. I looked at other brands and decided on Husky. Seems their product is comparable to higher priced brands. These mats will keep the snow/slop/mud tamed here in the Colorado winters.

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Great mats, smells a little, but a great value!

Reviewed By Yeshe P (Cerritos, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser —12/16/2010 8:16 PM

First off, don't put these in your car until you get rid of the smell!! (ammonia + vinegar + baking soda) search on the web on how to get rid of the smell. Otherwise the fit and looks are great in the 2010 FJ cruiser. The back seat set do slide around a bit since they don't have retaining clips. 2 sets of clips were included for the FJ cruiser, but I stuck with the stock ones since the drivers and passenger side have a retaining clip that do not have a removable screw. It's a great value since you can potentially get the entire set where it would normally cost you just as much for just the cargo mat!

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light duty liners

Reviewed By Michael M (CRAIG, CO) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser —5/24/2016 8:35 PM

The liners are nice for minimal dirt and moister catching, good for what I drive, for catching more rock and grit in work vehicle I like a liner that feet don't slide on the grit because it is caught in deeper groves. But not this vehicle.

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