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Rubber floor mats

I was looking to purchase some all weather rubber floor mats, but while researching i never knew there was so many brands. which would you guys recommend that is the best product for the price.
Thanks a lot guys, i will be attempting to post a few pics tonight of my new rav!
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Some of the most popular are the weather tech floor liners. They fit perfectly as they are designed to fit specific vehicles. Amazon has them a little cheaper and you can get free shipping.

I love mine and feel it's a must investment if you have any type of adverse weather.

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Weathertechs have worked well for me. Bought them shortly after I bought my RAV in 2006. They are a perfect fit and have held up great.



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I just bought the OEM Toyota rubber mats. They fit nicely. Are ok, but would recommend the weathertechs for full protection. The Toyota mats are not very thick rimmed for holding in water and all but the driver's mat have a tendancy to slide around the footwells by themselves. They do look nice and factory and work as advertised.

I don't really like too much aftermarket/universal stuff for my cars, but the Weathertechs are custom molded to the Rav4 and I wouldn't mind having them.

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Some of the most popular are the weather tech floor liners. They fit perfectly as they are designed to fit specific vehicles. Amazon has them a little cheaper and you can get free shipping.

I love mine and feel it's a must investment if you have any type of adverse weather.
I was going to get the weathertech digital fit mats, but the company doesn't make them for the Gen.1 Rav4s. A good recommendation will be appreciated.
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thanks a bunch for the quick responses guys, looks like weathertech floor liners it is!
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Some of the most popular are the weather tech floor liners. They fit perfectly as they are designed to fit specific vehicles. Amazon has them a little cheaper and you can get free shipping.

I love mine and feel it's a must investment if you have any type of adverse weather.
Do you use Sunoco gasoline?
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I have the Max liner. It is cheaper than Weathertech.
You can buy them on Ebay, Amazon or directly from manufacturer (Kramer Accessories) for more or less the same price. I am using them for the first time this winter and I am very happy with them.
I no longer worry where my kids put their slushy snow boots or if my wife is emptying the front mats.

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I have oem rubber on the front and weathertech floorliner on the back
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Another happy Weathertech customer.
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