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Old 02-09-2013, 09:00 PM   #51
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The husky covers the dead pedal there is a pic of it on here but I will take some tomorrow with sunlight
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Old 02-10-2013, 09:01 AM   #52
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That's ok. I thought there were pics already. I just couldn't locate them. I'll dig more. Thanks.

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Old 02-10-2013, 09:11 AM   #53
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:57 PM   #54
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I a tally had a Concern about tous floor mats how do they proform with the clutch -- I know every time I have amateur there they just get stuck it is worth it ?
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Old 02-11-2013, 03:28 AM   #55
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The Weathertechs passed my fiancée's sensitive nose test.
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:37 AM   #56
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I a tally had a Concern about tous floor mats how do they proform with the clutch -- I know every time I have amateur there they just get stuck it is worth it ?

Umm.... are you asking if the clutch pedal will get stuck on the Weathertech floor mats? If so, then no, they will not. Obviously you need to remove the carpeted mats first, not just drop the Weathertechs on top.
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Old 02-13-2013, 03:30 PM   #57
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Got mine today after reading this thread, perfect fit on my 2013 non wrx/sti
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Old 02-17-2013, 06:21 PM   #58
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Got mine today after reading this thread, perfect fit on my 2013 non wrx/sti
I love mine and have them in all my vehicles....2005 tacoma 4x4, 2013 impreza premium hatch, and soon to be 2014 Mazda 5.
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Old 02-18-2013, 02:32 AM   #59
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First impressions: they cover very nicely all the spots of carpetting on the floor that one might expect to put their footwear on. It doesn't cover the dead pedal completely, so that could pose a problem with enough snow trapped in the soles of the left boot (shoe).

There's also seemingly less friction compared to the stock floor mats. I have yet to try it when my shoes are wet, so I can't comment on how my footwear will act under such conditions.

I'm curious to see how much off-gassing the liners will do. If it doesn't pass the fiancée's "sensitive odour detection" test, then I may need to remove them and put the stock mats back in... However, it seems like there isn't much off-gassing happening, because they've been in my trunk for the last week or so, and don't seem to have off-gassed at all.
I've had these on now for about 10 days. So far, so good. No off-gassing (or if there is, it's not doing it in significant quantities). Less friction as I mentioned earlier - and definitely slippery with wet soles. I do wonder about the dead pedal coverage - whether or not it's going to cause any issues for me later on - but for the time being, seems to be ok. I'm not sure if it's just my mind playing tricks on me, but it seems a bit... colder? chillier? less warm?... with these in instead of the original floor mats. Not sure if they're doing a better job insulating heat from the undercarriage from making it into the cabin, or if it's just purely a coincidence.

This will probably be my last report for the foreseeable future. If I remember about this thread the next time it snows here, I'll post a more thorough update.
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Old 02-18-2013, 08:20 AM   #60
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I've had these on now for about 10 days. So far, so good. No off-gassing (or if there is, it's not doing it in significant quantities). Less friction as I mentioned earlier - and definitely slippery with wet soles. I do wonder about the dead pedal coverage - whether or not it's going to cause any issues for me later on - but for the time being, seems to be ok. I'm not sure if it's just my mind playing tricks on me, but it seems a bit... colder? chillier? less warm?... with these in instead of the original floor mats. Not sure if they're doing a better job insulating heat from the undercarriage from making it into the cabin, or if it's just purely a coincidence.

This will probably be my last report for the foreseeable future. If I remember about this thread the next time it snows here, I'll post a more thorough update.
I think the temp thing is in your head, I plan to make a flap/extension to place over the dead pedal, just haven't gotten to it yet
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Old 11-12-2013, 04:27 PM   #61
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There is a noticeable heel imprint in my OEM carpet floor mat at only 29k miles. It's only a matter of time before it goes all the way through.

It looks like Weathertech are $179 this year, and more expensive on Amazon for some reason. The Husky liners come in at about $50 less for a set. Any current reviews?
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Old 11-12-2013, 05:09 PM   #62
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I have the exact same issue, except at only 19k miles. It wasn't even 10k miles and I knew they were wearing fast. I figure once it gets to the point of annoyingly worn, I'll get the Weathertech. I haven't ever heard anything negative about them. The only question is, do I want front AND back, and the all-weather mats, or the digital fit ones.

I'm leaning towards front only digital fit.
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Old 11-12-2013, 05:29 PM   #63
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My sport came with the rubber mats as well, so I'm using them. I have both weather tech and husky in other vehicles. I've been very happy with both equally. In fact, I only switched to weather tech due to a good friend of mine owned the company that made the molds for weather tech and was good friends of the owner. But I was very pleased with the husky liners before that.
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Old 11-12-2013, 06:37 PM   #64
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There is a noticeable heel imprint in my OEM carpet floor mat at only 29k miles. It's only a matter of time before it goes all the way through.

It looks like Weathertech are $179 this year, and more expensive on Amazon for some reason. The Husky liners come in at about $50 less for a set. Any current reviews?
Do you need the rear ones? Why not get front only, that's what I did. The oem rears are good enough for now, maybe in a few years when my kids are old enough to track stuff in, but for now....
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Old 11-13-2013, 12:30 PM   #65
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I don't need them. I've had people in my back seat maybe 3 times. The OEM all weather mats are like $60 for the whole set. Just the front row of Weathertech is almost as much as the whole set of Husky. It's like a $20 difference. I don't see Husky selling just the front anywhere.
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Old 11-14-2013, 01:41 PM   #66
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have had my husky in both cars since the beginning, sweet for cheap was we say 100% satisfied and the cheaper price didn't hurt paid 90 or less for the huskies.
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Old 11-14-2013, 07:26 PM   #67
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I ran huskies in my jeep and wt in my impreza. The weathertech fit better and moves around less
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Old 11-16-2013, 09:16 PM   #68
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I have the exact same issue, except at only 19k miles. It wasn't even 10k miles and I knew they were wearing fast. I figure once it gets to the point of annoyingly worn, I'll get the Weathertech. I haven't ever heard anything negative about them. The only question is, do I want front AND back, and the all-weather mats, or the digital fit ones.

I'm leaning towards front only digital fit.
IIRC, the digital fits come up more on the edges to trap water/salt. The rears also cover the hump and have a small lip toward the front and rear so anything there would run into the floor portion of the mat. As for getting the back set, do you have people riding back there? If you do, then you should just get them. You're going to sooner or later.

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Old 11-30-2013, 02:19 PM   #69
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Just got my first Subaru - 2012 Impreza 2.0i Premium. Are the weathertech liners worth the extra $$ over the husky liners? I have the black interior and live in michigan, so I don't want to get it hosed with road/sidewalk salt.

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Old 11-30-2013, 02:28 PM   #70
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Finally got around to installing my Weathertechs (biggest issue was finding the time to give the floor a proper vacuuming due to the crappy coverage of the stock floor mats).

Only problem I had with the liners was threading the hole with the driver's side anchors. Part of it was working in poor lighting, but part of it was difficulty in lining it up properly for the first time. Once it was lined up properly, though - fini, job done.

First impressions: they cover very nicely all the spots of carpetting on the floor that one might expect to put their footwear on. It doesn't cover the dead pedal completely, so that could pose a problem with enough snow trapped in the soles of the left boot (shoe).

There's also seemingly less friction compared to the stock floor mats. I have yet to try it when my shoes are wet, so I can't comment on how my footwear will act under such conditions.

I'm curious to see how much off-gassing the liners will do. If it doesn't pass the fiancée's "sensitive odour detection" test, then I may need to remove them and put the stock mats back in... However, it seems like there isn't much off-gassing happening, because they've been in my trunk for the last week or so, and don't seem to have off-gassed at all.
Do the huskies have a strong rubber smell vs. the weathertechs?
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Old 11-30-2013, 04:50 PM   #71
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I can't give you a comparo since I have not used the Huskys. I have used the Weathertech now for a year. They work well. When I clean the interior, I do find a little bit of stuff at the base of the dead pedal, bit nothing drastic. I continue to be satisfied with the job they're doing. The only thing I have found is that they can trap enough water that your pant leg can lay in it. I keep a rag in the car in the winter to soak up any excess when needed. The good news is all that crap is not soaking into the carpet and rusting out the floor pan. They are still a bit slippery even with some scuffing, but it isn't anything I can't live with. The good far outweighs any bad.

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Old 11-30-2013, 04:54 PM   #72
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I can't give you a comparo since I have not used the Huskys. I have used the Weathertech now for a year. They work well. When I clean the interior, I do find a little bit of stuff at the base of the dead pedal, bit nothing drastic. I continue to be satisfied with the job they're doing. The only thing I have found is that they can trap enough water that your pant leg can lay in it. I keep a rag in the car in the winter to soak up any excess when needed. The good news is all that crap is not soaking into the carpet and rusting out the floor pan. They are still a bit slippery even with some scuffing, but it isn't anything I can't live with. The good far outweighs any bad.

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I took a small piece of flexible plastic and Velcroed it down this year to protect that area : banana:

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As I am a total newbie with Subaru, what things do I need to keep an eye out for?
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Old 11-30-2013, 09:25 PM   #74
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As I am a total newbie with Subaru, what things do I need to keep an eye out for?
The husky covers up the dead petal so there will be less stuff will get under it. Some say the weathertech fits better. I don't i only have the husky and they fit nicely. not sure what the price difference is, some sites will have a discount for the husky. i got mine for less than 100USD. They had a discount and free shipping. I can't tell you wear, it's probably been over a year since i bought them.
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I'll will be taking delivery of a 2014 Impreza manual transmission soon. I'm looking to get either the Weathertechs or Huskies.

Has anyone used either the Weathertech or Husky Weatherbeater mats with a clutch pedal? Any issues?
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