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- Part #:33741
- Includes: 2-piece front row floor liners
- Download installation instructions to view the custom shape of your liner (PDF)
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Husky Liners Classic Style Floor Liners Part #33741 Customer Reviews
20 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ronald I (Carp Lake, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford Ranger — Feb 09, 2017 11:00 AM
The installation of the liners are a simple drop in fit. I gave a fair rating for the overall rating, price/value, quality because the driver side fit at the door sill plate is poor (liner is open 1inch above the sill plate and 3/4 inch back from the sill plate) opening catches dirt/snow on the floor, also my feet catch on liner edge getting in the truck. Other than this concerned fit problem they are great.
Reviewed by Karen H (Denver, NC) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Malibu — Aug 27, 2016 4:55 AM
The liners look fine in my new car, not at all heavy or truck-like. There is a slight gap at the edges here and there that dropped small items can fall behind which I'm hoping will flatten over time. When brand new, they had a very strong odor but it has since mostly dissipated. It was a simple install. Just lay them down, attach over the front locking posts in the floor so they don't slip around and drive away.
Reviewed by William N (Oroville, WA) Reviewed for a 2000 Mazda Miata/MX-5 — Jun 07, 2016 12:43 PM
I just expected something nicer for $90. As I now notice in the picture along the door sill you can see the mat sticks up a bit above the sill which I tend to catch my foot on while entering. So unless it settles down I'll have to modify the top edge.
Reviewed by Bill D (TOMAH, WI) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Ranger — Jan 02, 2015 7:18 AM
From the pictures all looks great. BUT, when they arrived... For the price I assumed they would be heavier, more flexible and more durable than my previous generic set. These seemed to be made with plastic and not rubber. How will the cold and foot pressure affect them? Assuming the company makes good on their "lifetime warranty" I should have no worries? Will have to wait and see how they survive our Wisconsin winter.