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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobrajet View Post
    They are awesome. Don't go through a Seattle winter without them!

    Cool review on the WeatherTech web page.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    Cool review on the WeatherTech web page.
    Thanks!

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    What did you do with the OE floor mats - did you have to take them out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    What did you do with the OE floor mats - did you have to take them out?
    Yes, I took them out. The directions that come with the WeatherTechs very specifically say not to use both the OE mats and the WeatherTechs on top of each other.

    The OE mats now reside in the closet of my spare bedroom, along with the ones from my girlfriend's Mirage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobrajet View Post
    Yes, I took them out. The directions that come with the WeatherTechs very specifically say not to use both the OE mats and the WeatherTechs on top of each other.
    I just ordered a set. You should get commission.

    And your avatar photo still cracks me up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    I just ordered a set. You should get commission.

    And your avatar photo still cracks me up.
    I did t0o!!!
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    I think I will order a set of these for the front. We have several feet of snow already, my floors are a mess. Do these mats interfere with the clutch pedal at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ISP_guy View Post
    Do these mats interfere with the clutch pedal at all?
    Not at all. I have had an issue with Weathertech mats in another car (the clutch pedal would catch on the edge of the mat), but the Mirage is not a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ISP_guy View Post
    Do these mats interfere with the clutch pedal at all?
    Nope. They fit great. The passenger side came with anchors to keep it from sliding up and dislodging the AC drain tube thingy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThreePot View Post
    Yeah, I noticed that too. There are no little hook thingys on the passenger side
    I bought right from weathertech`direct in Ontario. They are now including screw in mounts for the passenger side mat. It screws into the carpet then snaps into the mat. It seems secure.

    As the mats themselves,

    1) the flat area where the left foot rests is not tall enough. I needed to find some plastic, bend it to fit and mount it over the mat so any slop drains down into the mat.

    2) the left side drivers seat rail is too exposed. I'm getting awful salt buildup on the rail. Just another 1" of molding would have solved it.

    For the full retail price of $300, they are really lacking.


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