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Old 01-20-2022, 06:45 AM   #1
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Question Floor Mats/Liners

Does any company make pre-cut floor liners for hardbodies? Checked both Weathertech and Husky, neither seem to have anything. If not, what are you all using for all weather or winter floor mats?
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Old 01-20-2022, 09:07 AM   #2
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Does any company make pre-cut floor liners for hardbodies? Checked both Weathertech and Husky, neither seem to have anything. If not, what are you all using for all weather or winter floor mats?
Tons of generic brands that fit are available at Amazon for between 18-25 bucks (Two for front, two for the back). If you have an Amazon account, find your Garage and add your vehicle to your garage list. Then use Filter Results after typing your search term in the search box. Like 'Truck floor liners' as the search term.

Nismo aftermarket companies might have some with the Nismo branding on them. They are way cool if you can find them. They are also way expensive.

TRY Ebay. That's where a lot of those types of parts for these trucks hang out. Anything for a 90s Pathy might fit. But they probably have them for the trucks too. Is your truck a King Cab? That is a factor. You could even probably grab a set from your local wrecking yard. The truth about floor mats is that many of them will slip right in and fit a number of vehicles. As long as they don't say Ford, Chevy, or Dodge or the like on them...it doesn't really matter.
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Old 01-20-2022, 02:21 PM   #3
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Tons of generic brands that fit are available at Amazon for between 18-25 bucks (Two for front, two for the back). If you have an Amazon account, find your Garage and add your vehicle to your garage list. Then use Filter Results after typing your search term in the search box. Like 'Truck floor liners' as the search term.

Nismo aftermarket companies might have some with the Nismo branding on them. They are way cool if you can find them. They are also way expensive.

TRY Ebay. That's where a lot of those types of parts for these trucks hang out. Anything for a 90s Pathy might fit. But they probably have them for the trucks too. Is your truck a King Cab? That is a factor. You could even probably grab a set from your local wrecking yard. The truth about floor mats is that many of them will slip right in and fit a number of vehicles. As long as they don't say Ford, Chevy, or Dodge or the like on them...it doesn't really matter.
Pretty sure here in Canada, Amazon Canada doesn't have any real floor liners aside from of they get lucky with a Weathertech or Husky liner. They have tons of generic, cut-to-fit floor mats, but that's not what I'm looking for. I want something like a Weathertech or Husky floor liner.

Don't care about getting any Nismo or Nissan branding. And yes, it's a king cab, but let's be honest, nobody is going in the back. At best, one of my dogs can fit there lol
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Rock Auto has vinyl flooring for D21's. I have an F150 I was thinking about replacing the carpet flooring for vinyl but haven't gotten around to doing it. I can't remember the price but it wasn't too expensive IIRC.

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Old 01-20-2022, 04:44 PM   #5
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Rock Auto has vinyl flooring for D21's. I have an F150 I was thinking about replacing the carpet flooring for vinyl but haven't gotten around to doing it. I can't remember the price but it wasn't too expensive IIRC.

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Yeah I've seen those as well. Looks like those are just flat sheets of floor mat. To be clear, I'm not talking about removing my factory carpet here. I've already installed brand new factory carpet. I'm talking about the floor mats...the removable mats/liners you put in the footwells.

The vinyl ones on RA are just flat pieces of clear vinyl that are somewhat cut for the floor. There are no sidewalls, no ability to retain and hold mud, dirt, water, etc. What I'm looking for is a Weathertech or Husky floor liner. But it seems like those brands don't make any. So I'm looking for an alternative.

Something like this: https://www.huskyliners.com/X-act-Contour-Floor-Mats
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I usually just hit up a local carpet store and buy a couple sample pieces, in the color of choice, red. Then I put them down and leave them... hey, it's a truck, not a Caddy!


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What he is saying is the aerodynamics of a D21 is a brick in the wind.
Probably at least as bad as a Jeep so worse than a cow.
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I usually just hit up a local carpet store and buy a couple sample pieces, in the color of choice, red. Then I put them down and leave them... hey, it's a truck, not a Caddy!


Yeah I tried something like that already. Bought one of those black /charcoal shop/garage rugs from a hardware store, made a template, cut out my own mats. I'm finding I don't love it. Where I live, we have snow on the ground 6 months of the year, along with all the other bad weather and precipitation we get. The fabric/carpet mats just don't do the trick. I'm looking for something like the Husky mats linked. Those were originally made for work trucks and stuff. There's gotta be something.
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Pisses me off that weathertech has zero offerings for the D/WD market.
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There's gotta be something.
OK, did a quick search... check these links and tell us what you discover:
BTW, I didn't dig too far, I don't need... but here's a bit of legwork.


https://realtruck.com/c/interior-acc...1-pickup/1994/

https://www.carparts.com/floor-mats?...1;liter]=3%2E0

https://www.factoryinteriors.com/cat...4/Nissan/RDIx/

And, Weathertech states that they don't have, for the D21... but do have "cut to fit" mats, if this is an option for you...
https://www.weathertech.com/trim-to-fit-floor-mat/

If you ever find them, here's the D21 Weathertech Part Number: 6758-03247522

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The 1998 - 2004 Nissan Frontier is almost identical. I believe those floor mats fit.
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