Floor mats?


RavenRanger01

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I've got a 5sp Manual Ford Ranger and the cab liner for the inside of the truck is that hard plastic liner. The truck came with some fabric floor mats with the spikes on the bottom to keep it from sliding but I believe those are intended for vehicles which have an upholstered interior. The spiked bottom floor mats seem to just slide around and end up obstructing my clutch pedal. What were the original floor mats that would of been used? Id like to get some that wont slide around without having to put any grip tape on the floor.

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I bought these original rubber mats off ebay. They're pretty good. If you can find some yourself snatch them up.
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Highland #4602800 fit rangers perfectly and dont slide much on rubber floors.

35 bucks on Amazon
 

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Highland #4602800 fit rangers perfectly and dont slide much on rubber floors.

35 bucks on Amazon
Those are what I put in my truck...

I've tried a coupe different ones and the Highlands stay put better then the rest. I do have an automatic... not sure about the extra foot movement created with a stick would do to them.
 

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Those are what I put in my truck...

I've tried a coupe different ones and the Highlands stay put better then the rest. I do have an automatic... not sure about the extra foot movement created with a stick would do to them.
Yup, you're the one who told me about them. :icon_thumby:
 

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Yup, you're the one who told me about them. :icon_thumby:
I can't take the credit... it was @Grumpaw who made the original suggestion. They really do fit nice and stay put better then most.
 


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