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02-20-2008, 05:26 PM
I was just wondering where I could get some good quality floor mats for my ranger, just the front on a 94 extended cab. The ones i have are sort of universal, slide around, and are thin. I want something thick, good for mud, snow or water, black or grey, and fits extremely well with no sliding. I'll order off the internet unless there is a place local to Vancouver BC, Canada.
02-20-2008, 06:59 PM
my bro got me the Husky Liner Heavy Duty floor mats for my 1986 bronco 2, i love them they fit good
but they are pretty pricey i think he said they were between $75-$125, but i think money well spent
02-20-2008, 07:10 PM
I saw some Michelin floor mats at K-mart a few weeks ago for about thirty bucks. They looked pretty good.
Here they are, but they come in the set of four:
Since Sears owns K-Mart now they carry a lot of the same stuff. (You may have noticed Craftsman tools at K-Mart.)
02-21-2008, 10:41 PM
so these sets should fit well and with no sliding? I thought I saw one guy on here with floor mats that said ranger, rubber ones that obviously would fit well? right now i just hate how they don't fit, haha.
02-21-2008, 10:45 PM
I got some universal "ford" ones from Autozone. They work good for me.
03-16-2008, 06:21 PM
I picked up a set at my Sam's Club here in town, just a shade under $20. They are a heavy rubber, 4 piece set so i threw the small 2 in the back seat. They are really thick on the outside rim so they hold dirt and snow and water really well. Can't go wrong for 20 bucks. They don't slide around at all either, almost a chore to pull the things out to rinse them off.
03-16-2008, 09:03 PM
Back when I bought my Ranger, the dealer had some real nice rubber ones that were made for the Ranger (they also had "Ranger" on them), and would be great for mud/snow conditions. Not sure if they still sell such mats today or not, although they should fit any Ranger if they do (the floor should be the same throughout the years).
They have the little spikes all over the back to keep them from sliding around.
I bought their carpeted ones... IIRC, I paid something like $50 for them (fronts), but it was well worth their cost (I still have yet to wear a hole through it with my heel after 100K miles).
03-17-2008, 12:51 AM
Thanks, I've seen those mats before. As they say ranger, I'm pretty sure they'd fit the best. Guess I'll head to the dealership tomorrow.
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