I have a 2012 Crewmax that I bought in Oct. I'm not really happy with the factory All-Weather mats. They just leave TOO MUCH of the carpet exposed and vulnerable. I am looking at ordering an aftermarket set of mats and trying to decide between the WeatherTech Digifit and the Husky Weatherbeater.
Which is the preferred mat and offers the best coverage and fit? I will have to order them sight unseen, so I need opinions from folks that have these or have seen them in person in a Tundra.
i got tundra trd all weather mats from ebay there koo and says tundra on them....i believe they costed around 120 dollars for front and back cover could be over the center hump but there just the floor mats...i should have gotten weathertech they cover alot more flooring
Husky is half the price WeatherTech and it seems to have less problems (they cover more floor space, and the front passenger side mat doesn't slide). I had WeatherBeater for a while now and they are awesome.
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I've got the WeatherTech and kinda like them. I did fasten the passenger side with Velcro, which is annoying to have to do on premium priced mats. I'm also not a huge fan of how the rear mat door side edges hover 2~3" above the floor. Good for keeping stuff trapped, but also good for people to trip over. I like the driver side mat, the passenger once you secure it, and not a fan of the rears.
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