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I'm looking for some all-weather mats for my '07 DC, either Husky, Weathertech, or Highland. Right now, I'm just looking for the rears, as I plan to put the Catch-Alls in the front when available in a month or so. Although none of the above manufacturers have yet to specifically list an application for the '07, I know that these mats are all "semi-custom", so I assume one of the existing patterns will be prescribed, when they get around to it.

My question is, which one would be the best fit? Has anyone put any of the above mentioned mats in the back seat of a DC and, if so, how is the fit?
 

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I'm looking for some all-weather mats for my '07 DC, either Husky, Weathertech, or Highland. Right now, I'm just looking for the rears, as I plan to put the Catch-Alls in the front when available in a month or so. Although none of the above manufacturers have yet to specifically list an application for the '07, I know that these mats are all "semi-custom", so I assume one of the existing patterns will be prescribed, when they get around to it.

My question is, which one would be the best fit? Has anyone put any of the above mentioned mats in the back seat of a DC and, if so, how is the fit?
I prefer the weathetechs and yes they have them for the backseat. http://www.weathertech.com/store/mvproduct.aspx?ItemGroupId=52&VehId=662&Year=2007&VehOptChoiceIds=592
 

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Got to tundrapartsstore.com. They have 07' applications for all weather mats. I ordered underseat storage box, door sill protectors, and ss exhaust tip from them. They ship fast. Order was perfect. Highly recommend them. Good luck.
 

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I'm looking for some all-weather mats for my '07 DC, either Husky, Weathertech, or Highland. Right now, I'm just looking for the rears, as I plan to put the Catch-Alls in the front when available in a month or so. Although none of the above manufacturers have yet to specifically list an application for the '07, I know that these mats are all "semi-custom", so I assume one of the existing patterns will be prescribed, when they get around to it.

My question is, which one would be the best fit? Has anyone put any of the above mentioned mats in the back seat of a DC and, if so, how is the fit?
I was in touch with Catch All last week. She told me about 30 -40 days before they start shipping. They were in the final stages of production right now for the Tundra.

I like the factory look of the Catch Alls and the way they cover all the important parts of the carpeting. Hang tight, hopefully it wont be much longer.
 

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Jumbo Jet.....If you decide to get some Catch All's, please post back when they are available. I've got a set for my F650 and the are GREAT!

I want to get a set for my Tacoma also.
 

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I've had Catch All's in my '00 Tundra and '01 Sequoia since '01. They worked beautifully when I lived in snow and mud country and still look fine today. I recommend them highly.
 

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Jumbo Jet.....If you decide to get some Catch All's, please post back when they are available. I've got a set for my F650 and the are GREAT!

I want to get a set for my Tacoma also.
I will do that for sure. Yeah, I loved the ones in my old truck.

They actually have them for Tacomas already if you need them.
 

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I like the new Husky Liner mats in front and back. Fit like a glove and the rear one-piece for the double cab has a pre-molded cut line for the JBL subwoofer in the case you have that.

I prefer the Husky to Weathertech because the Weathertechs flare down and out at the door sill area. While the Weathertech has a more conforming look at the sill it has the downside of allowing liquid to exit the alleged protective mat in an outboard direction. Husky liners are fully-lipped around the perimenter and I have had up to half a gallon of water on them in the front and they contained it without spilling a drop. That's great for leaky ice chests or accidental drops of your Big Gulp. My Weathertechs would channel that same fluid toward the door sill and rear carpet immediately. Also, the Weathertechs require a driver's-side carpet clip similar to the factory carpet clips. This keeps the mats from moving forward and interefering with the gas pedal. This is a real concern and there was a posting on TS about a drivers-side floor mat that floored the throttle on a fellow when he turned at an intersection. Notice that factory carpet floormats have a big cut-out at the gas pedal to preclude this problem if installed with the clips. In so doing they offer no real protection to the underlying OEM carpet from your right shoe, but the Toyota legal department must have mandated it.

The Husky Liner design for the driver's side does not use the clip. It is designed to stay in place with hundreds of molded nibs that firmly grip the whole bottom area into the carpet. More importantly, even if it did not have these nibs it fully wraps under the gas pedal and whole floor area in such as way as it would be virtually impossible to interfere with the pedal under any circumstance; so no clip needed. Husky did their homework on the new 2007 and I couldn't be happier.

I put away my tan factory OEM carpeted mats and clips in the hopes of eBaying them one day.
 

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I am a big fan of the Husky Liners also.
I currently have the ones from my Titan in the Tundra until I find the Husky's, and they don't fit well.
Could you tell me where you got yours?
thanks.
 

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I walked in and bought them at Alamo Auto Supply (in Texas but closer to the Pacific Ocean than the Gulf). My price was around $67 for fronts and the same for rears, including sales tax. You will need to phone in an order to 915-781-1234. Ask for David at the commercial desk and tell them Jim from Cleartrade sent you. Since you are in CA and i'ts a mail order hopefully they'll skip the sales tax and that should pay for the shipping.

Alamo Auto Supply
 

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Also check out the Trail Gear mats from Cabela's. I like them:tu: And they are a little cheaper I think....
 

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TRDparts4you.com has some nice ones...


I don't recommend those. The coverage sucks. My parts guy doesn't like them either. We installed a set to check coverage and it was poor. My $15 cheapies from Walmart do a better job.
 

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I just bought a set of Husky floormats for my 07 Access Cab 4x4...perfect fit! The back seat floor mats are pretty cool too ... 1 piece across.

I went with these as I used to run them in my work trucks which were usually 3/4 ton ford's or chevs :mad: ... with feet as muddy as mine were, these Husky liners kept things nicely contained, and were easy to pull out and clean off.
 

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Does anyone know if the Front Husky Liners for the Doublecab also fit the Crewmax. I can't see them being too different......Anyone tried yet?
 

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I ordered WeatherTechs and they came in today; I highly recommend to anyone who likes a good form-fitting custom mat. The coverage is outstanding on these.


 

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Does anyone know if the Front Husky Liners for the Doublecab also fit the Crewmax. I can't see them being too different......Anyone tried yet?

I just called and confirmed that the DoubleCab Husky liners are also compatible with the Crewmax for those that are interested. Just ordered a set of front liners. For those of us who surf, these things are perfect!
 

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Is the picture above showing new Tundra mats or is something else pictured?
 
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