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Old 01-27-2013, 02:54 PM
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Default Cargo Liner - Husky vs WeatherTech?

Anyone compared Husky vs WeatherTech? Husky is cheaper, has a higher edge lip, looks like its easier to clean.

http://www.autoanything.com/cargo-li...A1467A0A0.aspx
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I have a Husky for my 97 land cruiser. Ok fit. I have the weather tech in my cayenne. Perfect fit.
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04' CTT with WeatherTech here. Also perfect fit.
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i bought the weathertech Trim to fit version. The fit is pretty good.
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I'm happy with my weathertech mat.
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i have the porsche plastic liner. got it to help if there was a liquid spill. now i kinda wish i got a carpet liner as everything slids around on the plastic.
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I have Weathertech in all three 'floors' in my '13 CD (front, rear and cargo). I wouldn't use anything else.
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I have the husky liner and I'm really happy with it, fits very well and has some high sides in case anything were to spill...big thumbs up from me. I can post a pic tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by gophaster View Post
I have the husky liner and I'm really happy with it, fits very well and has some high sides in case anything were to spill...big thumbs up from me. I can post a pic tomorrow.
Please do. I'd like to see real world fit vs. a marketing shot.
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It is definitely NOT a "one size fits all" type of thing, this fits very well in the Cayenne!!

I have used it on a bunch of trips to Costco, it's pretty nasty the amount of liquid left behind by 6 gallons of milk...if you don't have one of these it's going into the rug!!! With this you can wash it and it's as good as new

Here you go:

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I got the WeatherTech mats and liner when I bought my '08, and am more than satisfied with them.
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Originally Posted by gophaster View Post
. . . .With this you can wash it and it's as good as new

Here you go:

Looks like a nice fit. I like the high lip...small junk always seems to find its way into crevices that are hard to clean out.
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I have WeatherTech mats for my 2013 S, fit very well!
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i have the porsche mats and ordered the porsche liner for the back. love the mats, great quality, back line- not so much. took it back to porsche. bought the weathertech liner for the back. its better, but its not the same premium material as the porsche floor mats. (the porsche back liner was made out of plastic and was crap.) weathertech fits perfectly but has a little waviness on the back edge. its ok but not worth the 100 bucks, i think. maybe the husky is better?
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