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I was hoping to pick up a set of Weathertech FloorLiner mats, but they only make the Classics for the RR. Does anyone know of anything similar to the full coverage FloorLiners, havent found anything that comes close yet.
 

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adam76 said:
I was hoping to pick up a set of Weathertech FloorLiner mats, but they only make the Classics for the RR. Does anyone know of anything similar to the full coverage FloorLiners, havent found anything that comes close yet.
:think: The weathertech website lists them in tan and grey for the 2010 Sport.
 

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adam76 said:
I was hoping to pick up a set of Weathertech FloorLiner mats, but they only make the Classics for the RR. Does anyone know of anything similar to the full coverage FloorLiners, havent found anything that comes close yet.
:think: The weathertech website lists them in tan and grey for the 2010 Sport.
Those are the classics. They no longer even make those in black, they say they are discontinuing because RR makes their own, but nothing like the full coverage FloorLiner :(
 

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:? I guess I am missing something here. Weathertech sells the heavy ribbed all weather mud mats for the 2010 Sport. They come in tan or grey. Are you looking for a different design or a different colour?
 

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:? I guess I am missing something here. Weathertech sells the heavy ribbed all weather mud mats for the 2010 Sport. They come in tan or grey. Are you looking for a different design or a different colour?
The Classic is one line of mat Weathertech makes. It is a traditional all weather mat. The FloorLiner line also made by Weathertech, and has a much higher lip to contain snow, water etc. Want to protect the interior from snow in the winters, as best i can. With the typical mat, snow melts and leaks over the edge onto the carpet, along with the salt.

Here is an example of the FloorLiner
 

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Bingo, slow poke Toady gets it now. Sorry for being such a moron. :oops:
 

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Yah, I have these in the front and back of my 08. They are a perfect fit, and super easy to clean. They outfit all the rovers out here in colorado with the rubber mats, but in the winter the melted snow and dirt run all over the carpets.
 

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Yah, I have these in the front and back of my 08. They are a perfect fit, and super easy to clean. They outfit all the rovers out here in colorado with the rubber mats, but in the winter the melted snow and dirt run all over the carpets.
Do you have the "Classic" or "Floorliner"?
 

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So the WeatherTech FloorLiner's let melted snow and dirt run all over the carpet? It looks like it has a tray type design which would trap all of it:

http://www.weathertech.com/store/mvprod ... &Year=2007
Hmmm, thinking he must have the Classics. i highly doubt the FloorLiner allowed leakage. Even if you check the past RRS, there was no Floorliner made that I can find, i looked too since i assume they would have fit my 2010...if they were made. :(
 

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I'd be surprised if the FloorLiners for a MY2008 would not fit a MY09 (and possibly MY2010) RRS, since both the factory carpet and rubber mat models are listed as compatible for "MY2008 and up"... Perhaps Weathertech simply hasn't had a chance to test fit them on an actual car to confirm they are compatible, therefore they are not yet listing them on their web sites for the last 2 model years? :think:
 

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I'd be surprised if the FloorLiners for a MY2008 would not fit a MY09 (and possibly MY2010) RRS, since both the factory carpet and rubber mat models are listed as compatible for "MY2008 and up"... Perhaps Weathertech simply hasn't had a chance to test fit them on an actual car to confirm they are compatible, therefore they are not yet listing them on their web sites for the last 2 model years? :think:
My friend who owns a large bodyshop, also a weathertech dealer, said WT told him they are not going to make them for the RR, when he called to put in my order. So we are both on the hunt for something. I filled out the product request form (http://www.weathertech.com/service/appl ... quest.aspx) on the WT site, maybe if we get enough people interested, they will make them :D Not sure if anyone else is looking...

When I traded my RRS in, I still had white crust in the carpet surrounding the mats, from the last winter! i dont want that again.

I found this set on amazon, they look a little generic, but coverage looks good, including the full rear mat that covers the hump. anyone have a set, how are they if so?
 

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Ukraine Range said:
So the WeatherTech FloorLiner's let melted snow and dirt run all over the carpet? It looks like it has a tray type design which would trap all of it:

http://www.weathertech.com/store/mvprod ... &Year=2007
Hmmm, thinking he must have the Classics. i highly doubt the FloorLiner allowed leakage. Even if you check the past RRS, there was no Floorliner made that I can find, i looked too since i assume they would have fit my 2010...if they were made. :(
So you can't get the ones in the link I posted for 06-10 RRS? The FloorLiner with the tray design? I am confused because I am about to order the ones mentioned and in the pic that was attached earlier.
 

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Ukraine Range":1qzxrn99]So the WeatherTech FloorLiner's let melted snow and dirt run all over the carpet? It looks like it has a tray type design which would trap all of it: [url="http://www.weathertech.com/store/mvproduct.aspx?ItemGroupId=52&VehId=1218&Year=2007 said:
http://www.weathertech.com/store/mvprod ... &Year=2007[/url]
Hmmm, thinking he must have the Classics. i highly doubt the FloorLiner allowed leakage. Even if you check the past RRS, there was no Floorliner made that I can find, i looked too since i assume they would have fit my 2010...if they were made. :(
So you can't get the ones in the link I posted for 06-10 RRS? The FloorLiner with the tray design? I am confused because I am about to order the ones mentioned and in the pic that was attached earlier.[/quote:1qzxrn99]


WOW, thanks! I checked back to 2009 only, which doesn't have the Floorliner like 2007 does. Think they'll work on a 2010? Thanks again, BIG help!
 

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No, to clarify, the stock rubber mats let water go all over the place. The weathertech listed below is what I have, and they fit and work perfect. You can simply lift them out and drain out the water and dirt.

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So the WeatherTech FloorLiner's let melted snow and dirt run all over the carpet? It looks like it has a tray type design which would trap all of it:

http://www.weathertech.com/store/mvprod ... &Year=2007
 

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Did anyone end up trying the floorliners (tray design) on the 2010?
I am looking for a set of rubber mats for my spanking 2011 and these look like the best ones out there, possibly at a better price than the OEM ones too!
I returned my 2007 sport with pretty crusty footwells from the salt (had OEM rubber mats in that car) and really want to avoid ruining Grover Jr. in the same way!
 

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Did anyone end up trying the floorliners (tray design) on the 2010?
I am looking for a set of rubber mats for my spanking 2011 and these look like the best ones out there, possibly at a better price than the OEM ones too!
I returned my 2007 sport with pretty crusty footwells from the salt (had OEM rubber mats in that car) and really want to avoid ruining Grover Jr. in the same way!

I bought an older set of Weathertech Floorliners, i think for 2008 Range Sport, the last model year they were made for. They fit my 2010 great, only issue is there are built in hooks in the front, that the Weathertech's sit on top of, but was not an issue for me last winter. And, the cup holder in the rear is a bit hard to slide out once the matts are in. My last RRS had the crusty foot wells too when I traded in, and those 2 very minor issues are easy to deal with, in order to protect your floor. Unless something changed from 2010 to 2011, I would go with the Weathertech Floorliners again!
 

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Thanks Adam, that is most helpful!

How exactly did you deal with the floor hooks? Do you have the liners on top of them or did you poke a hole in them (which to me seems like it would cause leakage)... or did you take the hooks out for winter? (is that possible?)

Also, Weathertech's Canadian website wants $220.90+tax for the set of 1st and 2nd row.... any way your buddy the weathertech dealer could ship to Toronto for less than that?
 

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Thanks Adam, that is most helpful!

How exactly did you deal with the floor hooks? Do you have the liners on top of them or did you poke a hole in them (which to me seems like it would cause leakage)... or did you take the hooks out for winter? (is that possible?)

Also, Weathertech's Canadian website wants $220.90+tax for the set of 1st and 2nd row.... any way your buddy the weathertech dealer could ship to Toronto for less than that?

I just put them over the hooks, did not put a hole for the reason you stated. the hook is close to the seat, so your feet are never really near it. has not been a problem. the hooks did not seem to be removable, at least easily, i gave it a quick try.

im not sure how much less he could do, after tax, shipping charges etc, may not be worth the effort or save you much $. i cant recall how much i paid...i will see if i can find the receipt.
 
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