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I need to get a set of winter floor mats for the car, and I was wondering if anyone had any good experiences in terms of fit / quality and could recommend a set to me?
 

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Ah-h, you've forced me to make a confession.

I cut out a piece of carpeting from a leftover piece we had laying around. It's really quite absorbent, but inches forward every couple of days, and I have to pull it back into position. The good thing is when it gets dirty, I can chuck it in the trash.

Dang, am I cheap! :hide:
 

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I need to get a set of winter floor mats for the car, and I was wondering if anyone had any good experiences in terms of fit / quality and could recommend a set to me?
I have Lloyd Rubbertite mats in the CTS-v and Z06. Perfect fit

HERE... Can't order from this sight but you can find suppliers by clicking "Where To Buy" or just by googling lloyds rubbertite.
 

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^^ Thank you! I will be ordering those rubbertite (lol) mats.
 

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+1 for the gm accessory winter mats, look nice, fit great...got mine for $7 off eBay from a guy that cleans and resells mats.
 

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:thumbsup:

Stock CTS rubbers from the dealer work great, also!
And a perfect fit!:thumbsup:
The reason I didn't go with the GM rubbers is they had ribs in them and if you got in with snow on your shoes it would melt and run off the mat. The Rubbertite have pockets the size of a quarter and the water stays put. I used to live in Oregon and I had GM winter mats in my Fleetwood and my carpet was always getting wet. Didn't happen when I switched to Rubbertite.
 

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The reason I didn't go with the GM rubbers is they had ribs in them and if you got in with snow on your shoes it would melt and run off the mat. The Rubbertite have pockets the size of a quarter and the water stays put. I used to live in Oregon and I had GM winter mats in my Fleetwood and my carpet was always getting wet. Didn't happen when I switched to Rubbertite.
Wait a minute. Am I missing something? Sacramento? Snow? :nono:
 

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I have the black weathertechs in my tan interior. I would do black no matter what color interior. Anyway they are very nice and high quality but a little smaller than what I would consider an exact fit.
 

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Wait a minute. Am I missing something? Sacramento? Snow? :nono:
:worship::worship: Can't slip anything by you. Snow in Oregon (years ago I lived there). Rain here, I like mats where the water stays put....

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my rubbertite mats should arrive in a few weeks -shipping out on the 16. once again, I appreciate the tip.
 

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Randy,
You're car doesn't see snow unless you open the door and take off the car cover to start it up and get the fluids flowing, right? :)
BTW, those wheels worked out for my SNOW tires.... and yes, I'm using them! :)

My wife got me rubber mats through the dealer. Seem to work great, not sure what she paid, though.

-PJ
 
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