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Old 20 Oct 2003, 05:18 pm
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Default Where Can I Get Weatherboot Footwells for PTC?

would like to know if anyone knows where I can purchase weather boot mats for my PT Cruiser? A weatherboot mat is a form fitting ABS plastic footwell that fits where your mat is supposed to go and it catches mud, dirt, snow, water, etc instead of it leaking on your carpet.

Fox Enterprises is a big manufacturer of these weatherboots, but they only make them for SUV's and mini vans (what's up with THAT?)

The reason why I'm asking is because when my DH uses the PT Cruiser in the winter, for some unknown reason, he NEVER kicks the snow off of his feet before he gets into the car and by the end of winter, I have a sizeable puddle in the driver's side mat area. This drives me INSANE! Mats with big grooves in them don't do the trick because they slide around when you get in and out of the car.

Any suggestions or suppliers who would sell weatherboot footwells for PT Cruisers?
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I know it's probably not what you're looking for, but you might really want to try the factory slush mats. From the DCX site, the driver's side has the hole that would let it attach to the hook on the floorboard, so it shouldn't slide around.

Although I haven't any experience with the OEM PT slush mats, I had the OEM slushers for my Grand Cherokee, and they were a godsend - I NEVER had any problems with them sliding around, and they handled all I could throw at them.

Hope it helps!
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A few years when I was in Michigan I was at Sams Club and bought heavy duty rubber mats that have about 3/8" deep grooves. My '02 is the 3rd vehicle that I have used them in, they are a basic black. It kept the snow out of the carpet and cost about $12-15 a pair.
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We have the Chrysler Slush Mats and they are great! You can buy just the front and save some $$ if no one is using the back seat.
That reminds me, better get them out soon. We are getting into that sloppy season here in the Northeast.
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Try Niftyproducts.com they have a nice set listed.
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luvmy02:
Found Weathertech floormats in stylincomcepts.com catalog. They are deep well sand front mats are listed for 44.95.
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i use the clear ones to go over my gt mats
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CatchAlls are pretty nice, see this link:

http://www.ptcruiserlinks.com/forum/...?TOPIC_ID=4369
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Both of our PTs have slush mats I picked up at Wallmart. They are a semi-clear plastic and the fit, while not perfect, is ok.
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luvmy02:
Found Weathertech floormats in stylincomcepts.com catalog. They are deep well sand front mats are listed for 44.95.
I have used the Weathertech mats for over a year. They work great and don't slip around. They will hold a bunch of water and here in Florida,sand.
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