We bought the rubber GM mats for the Terrain, prolly the exact same as for the Nox.The Last Captain said:Anyone order all weather floor mats for a 2011 Equinox from a Chevy dealer? They price between $69 and $72 for the front mats. They told me they are made by GM. Anyone see the Chevy mats or have a comment about them.
$110 is a good price, try and find free shipping and that will probably be the best you will do.The Last Captain said:Ok, sounds like Husky is the way to go. Any recommendations on who to buy from? Found the Weather Beater for $110 plus $13 for shipping on E-Bay. By the way guys, thanks for the help. Kind of new to this.
Why not check out the site sponsor?The Last Captain said:Ok, sounds like Husky is the way to go. Any recommendations on who to buy from? Found the Weather Beater for $110 plus $13 for shipping on E-Bay. By the way guys, thanks for the help. Kind of new to this.
My Husky's fit the same way, if by quite a gap you mean about half an inch. The passenger side fits perfect.nomad06 said:I just put a set of Husky liners in.The driver side has quite a gap at the door sill while the passenger side fits perfect.Napa has ordered a new set in,we will see how that one fits.Might have to just get a set of the Weathertechs if these husky one do not fit any better.
Yea the gap is about 1/2 -3/4 of an inch about 4-5 " long.the passenger side is great.I will see if the new set fits better.gsuter said:My Husky's fit the same way, if by quite a gap you mean about half an inch. The passenger side fits perfect.
That is exactly what I'd be looking for and will probably buy the Husky mats. I actually think I'd prefer the Weathertech from a fit and quality perspective but the fact that the stupid things don't go all the way up the foot rest is a deal breaker.GARYD said:The new ones fit better. Also the area by the left foot is completel covered with the Husky.
Exactly. If I was buying a $20 set of mats from Wal-Mart to throw in a '92 Taurus it might be appropriate to hack a piece to extend the foot rest. But come on, this is a huge gaff by Weathertech.GARYD said:If I'm going to spend over $100 for a liner, I'm sure not going to go running around to find some old rubber or carpet and try to cover the missing area I want covered. I haven't seen the Weathertech and how it's not covering that area, but to not cover it seems like someone dropped the ball pretty bad, seeing how a lot of people use the area to rest their feet. That's why it's called the "Dead Pedal" rest.