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2008 Toyota Tundra Floor Mats & Liners

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Lloyd Mats RubberTite Rubber Floor Mats Reviews

Comfortable and functional to keep things "new".

Reviewed By Gordon K (Monterey, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tundra —5/25/2009 9:05 PM

I just bought a Toyota Tundra and didn't want anything to lessen the newness of my truck. Thus I immediately wanted to protect the carpeting on the floor from even the dirt on people's shoes, much less a spill. The Lloyd Rubber Mats fit perfectly without any need for alteration. They did not smell strongly as I had expected the rubber to do, but are very comfortable and certainly functional. I love them and am very glad I replaced the carpeted mats that came with the new vehicle. I take pride in my truck's appearance and the Lloyd Rubber Floor Mats will help me to sustain that "new truck" look for hopefully years to come.

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Husky Liners Classic Style Floor Liners Reviews

Husky Fllor liners

Reviewed By Bruce A B (Alabaster, AL) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tundra —5/18/2009 7:33 AM

I have them in all my vehicles. They fit, look good and take harsh treatment. Pricy but the best thing on the market for it's need.

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WeatherTech Extreme-Duty DigitalFit Floor Liners Reviews

Good floor mats

Reviewed By James O (Oak Harbor, WA) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tundra —5/6/2009 5:26 AM

Shopped around, autoanything had best price. The floor liners are good quality. Only thing they could do better is make them bigger. My Tundra came with the all weather deep lug floor mats. I was under the impression the weathertech's would be bigger and cover more carpet than the stock mats. On the passenger side the new weathertech mats don't cover any more area of carpet than the stock mats, except they do go up on the sides about 2" which is nice but you can't stretch your legs out if you have muddy shoes without getting dirt on the carpet because they aren't long enough. On drivers side they cover a little more area over stock mats which is nice but still aren't long enough to stretch legs out and not get dirt on the carpet. The left floor foot rest on drivers side the mat only covers half way up so the top half of the foot rest still gets mud on the carpet. Overall, considering the price of the mats and that my truck had all weather floor mats already I don't think I would buy the front weathertech's again. I bought the rear weathertechs as well and it was well worth the money and covers practically all exposed carpet from getting dirty.

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