WeatherTech

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  1. aaronjmartin

    aaronjmartin New Member

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    Hello all,
    Been looking for some used weather tech for my 06 Liberty. I really didnt want to spend $200 some dollars for the whole set so i set my eyes to finding a used pair. After weeks of scouring, I find a used pair on facebook but its 4 hours away in Sullivan, MO. I offered to pay shipment but i guess they did not want to deal with it. Is anyone who is selling their weathertech? Or if anyone knows a cheaper alternative floorliner. Thanks
     
  2. LibertyTC

    LibertyTC Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    You may want to post an ad in the wanted section, that could potentially help you.
    Have you tried ebay or Craigslist for used?
    Husky floor liners are an alternative.
    I have to say, I really like the front WeatherTech floor liners, I also have the cargo liner.
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    You could also consider just buying the new front WeatherTech's for now, and fill in the rear and cargo later.
     
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    CherokeeLiberty Full Access Member

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    x2 on TC. At least get the fronts. You'll never believe how much crap they catch.
     
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    Ocelot Full Access Member

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    I've had WT's in all of my cars, they have always fit perfectly at the start and then the sides seem to "fall in", does anyone know if the Husky's are better than this?
     
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    Shaggy Member Staff Member Administrator

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    How long would it last you before they fell in?
     
  6. LibertyTC

    LibertyTC Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    I really don't think they fall in as they are a molded, but the sides may become more flexible, mainly from the heat.
    Even though mine still fit perfectly, I think the sides/outer side edges could be a bit thicker or less flexible to keep their mat tighter against the carpet along the perimeter.
    WeatherTech does offer a replacement warranty for any defects in manufacturing, materials and workmanship for the life of the original purchaser.
    Feel free to call weather tech and give them any feed back or ask for a replacement.
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    Mine actually are still standing up well, but they do fade to a grey.
    I use mother's back to black to keep them looking like new, every couple of months.
     
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    profdlp Grouchy Old Cuss

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    Won't help the inside edge, but pry up the base trim under the doors and put the outside edge under it:

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    PS: The base trim is just attached with spring clips. Pull it straight up and it will come right out - and more importantly, go back in.
     
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