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Fitted rubber floor mats?

Discussion in 'Interior Modifications' started by overkill1208, Feb 14, 2018.

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    I have a '95 Tracer and unfortunately Weathertech no longer makes fitted rubber floor mats for them. Any suggestions? I've already tried 2 different universal trim to fit mats and they both cause the accelerator pedal to get stuck. That's no good!
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    Huskyliners?

    John
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    Hmm. Never heard of them. I'll look into it. Thanks!
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    They only have them in universal.
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    The last one says 91-96 specifically, but I honestly don't think there's any difference in the 2nd vs. 3rd gen wagon floor pan.
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    Also if you look in the listing it's says 95, 96, 97, etc.

    I have a set of these in my '97 Tracer and they're great, especially for the price
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    I guess I stand corrected. I thought because the bodies were so different in 97 that the floor pans would be as well.
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    Thanks!!!
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