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Sparky
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« Reply #15 on: September 30, 2013, 06:14:02 pm »

Okay,, Ron does not want to tear up his carpet haha don't blame him,,,, we have talked about the mats for the pass/driver previously.. and yes they look great,  but jeepers they cost a lot,,  I'm still going to stik to my Walmart specials which I cut to fit the contours of the floor, I think they were 12 bucks,,, guess I'm too cheap haha
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« Reply #16 on: September 30, 2013, 09:42:56 pm »

Sparky,

I wonder if you could go cheaper yet buying one of these extra large mats from Menards/Home Depot/etc. and cut them to size.  Sometimes Menards has a great sale on them, just a couple dollars.  Buy a couple and line your outdoor storage drawer and your 1st entry step.

We lined our storage and step with something similar, carpet runner off a role, sold by the foot.


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« Reply #17 on: October 01, 2013, 09:43:30 am »

those would work in the front cab for pass/driver, good ideal,, but not sure if I would want to use black,, the cheap mats from Walmart are brown,,,,,  in the bathroom I used the foam/rubber then  the black mat cut to size, over it,,, worked great ,, as mentioned I used the rubber/foam mat for the storage compartment, remember it's about 1/3inch thick , in hall same rubber/foam but have a rug runner over it,,, it's really nice and comfy... nice to stand walk on... the foam/rubber is very cheap per yard $6,,, easy to cut.... another good point to using it, you over measure a tad and can press it in to the sides it's very snug where it meets the walls,,,,,,,,, how ever probably would not stand up to walking on,, that's why I put a rug cover on it... http://bathrooomproject.blogspot.com/    the one in the bathroom fits exactly..   your right regarding those black mats easy to cut     I take the foam/rubber mats out when were at home easy to clean with soap and water,,
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« Reply #18 on: October 01, 2013, 12:45:02 pm »

those would work in the front cab for pass/driver, good ideal,, but not sure if I would want to use black,, the cheap mats from Walmart are brown,,,,,  in the bathroom I used the foam/rubber then  the black mat cut to size, over it,,, worked great ,, as mentioned I used the rubber/foam mat for the storage compartment, remember it's about 1/3inch thick , in hall same rubber/foam but have a rug runner over it,,, it's really nice and comfy... nice to stand walk on... the foam/rubber is very cheap per yard $6,,, easy to cut.... another good point to using it, you over measure a tad and can press it in to the sides it's very snug where it meets the walls,,,,,,,,, how ever probably would not stand up to walking on,, that's why I put a rug cover on it... http://bathrooomproject.blogspot.com/    the one in the bathroom fits exactly..   your right regarding those black mats easy to cut     I take the foam/rubber mats out when were at home easy to clean with soap and water,,
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