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Old 14 Dec 2001, 02:59 pm
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Default Wet interior floors.

Living where it snows and rains a lot it is hard to keep the floorboard rugs dry. Even with mud mats, when snow gets beyond the mat then melts the floorboard rugs get wet daily.
Does anyone know if there is a device for drying these interior rugs? Or is vacuuming them with a wet/dry vac every few days the only remedy?

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Old 14 Dec 2001, 07:14 pm
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Hey kdetroit. Thanks for joining our forums.

I have these heavy duty Mopar floormats in my cruiser. They hold a ton of water, without spilling over...



You can get them from your dealer, or online here:

http://store.yahoo.com/wyckoff-chrys...loormats1.html

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Old 14 Dec 2001, 07:27 pm
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I picked up some nice heavy slush mats at Walmart for $5.97 each and they fit very well, not quite as nicely as the Mopar set, but a good alternative.

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Old 04 Jan 2002, 01:08 am
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I also picked up those big, thick slush mats from Wal-mart (front and back floors). I got the clear so that nice color carpet can show through. They fit the bill.

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