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went with husky, just for the front. nobody rides in back. don't like WT, when they get wet. they are slick
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Husky here. Better protection around gas pedal than W T..Nice high sides and extends further back than W T as well.
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I had the Aries clone in my '15, they fit good, but after cleaning them, they sill looked dirty due to the rough surface, they needed some kind of treatment like Armorall put on them to look nice, otherwise they looked dull and dirty even tho they were clean.
I recommend a stiff bristle vac attachment with a flexible hose to keep the Aries styleguards clean. The texture tends to trap caked on dirt beneath its nibs.

I use the Dyson stiff bristle brush with the universal adaptor
https://www.amazon.com/Dyson-Tool-St...s%2C206&sr=8-3

And the Milwaukee m18 cordless vacuum HEPA (the tea pot)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwauke...2-20/300510229

Make whatever cordless vac you use (to restore suction), make sure you can remove the filter and tap it out in a trashcan outside or on the pavement and stand in a position so the wind doesn't blow dust in your face. I've also tossed it on the ground to unclog it. I've used mine for years without replacing the filter and I've used it to do construction too.
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Anyone have the Toyota part number for the A/W cargo liner?
I assume the HV and regular are the same.

Appears I have answered my own question:
with subwoofer: PT908-42196-02
W/O subwoofer: PT908-42195-02

No idea what the difference is in the mat.

2019 Hybrid Limited
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