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    Floor Mats

    So, does anybody know what brand of floor mats offer coverage for the raised hump area that you rest your left foot on? I have the factory all weather mats in there now, and they do a good job on the flat part of the floor, but not at all for the foot rest. I'm afraid that I'm gonna ruin the cheesy, thin, mouse hair carpet, that's in the car. There has to be something better. 2014 ES model.



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    This is what a lot of people here tend to use:
    http://www.weathertech.com/mitsubish...er-digitalfit/

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    Weathertechs are pretty good. Here is a pic of them in my car, just so you can see the coverage.


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    Thanks Cobra jet, that's exactly what I needed to see.

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    Just ordered a set for the front, from Amazon. $103.59. Everywhere else was $127.95.

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    That's a good price. I paid the full retail price from the WeatherTech website for fronts & rears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Car Nut View Post
    Just ordered a set for the front, from Amazon. $103.59. Everywhere else was $127.95.
    You will like them. I suggest tucking the upper right edge of the mat under the lower left edge of the center console when you install them. They do a pretty good job of covering the 'dead pedal', but they don't quite cover all of it. The top inch or two is left bare.

    I have more or less beaten the hell out of mine with combat boots, getting in and out of my car 50-100 times a day. They have held up very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    That's a good price. I paid the full retail price from the WeatherTech website for fronts & rears.
    Me, too. I got front, rear, and cargo.

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    As mentioned above even the weathertechs don't completely cover the deadpedal. I put a little strip of floor liner stuff to cover the bare spot and it works pretty well. I don't know what I'm trying to save but I had a scrap of the stuff and figured why not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anog View Post
    As mentioned above even the weathertechs don't completely cover the deadpedal. I put a little strip of floor liner stuff to cover the bare spot and it works pretty well. I don't know what I'm trying to save but I had a scrap of the stuff and figured why not.
    Yeah, I was trying to think of what I could use, in case it didn't completely cover the pedal.



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