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Old 01-25-2006, 09:07 PM   #1
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How Are Your Dodge Molded Mats With Rams Head Holding Up?

I see that some of you have the Dodge molded floor mats with the aluminum ram head. I was wondering how they are holding up with the winter, etc. I have the one piece molded floor mat in the back of my QC and I love how sweet the mat looks, the Ram head is too cool. So much classier then the stock front mats. Anyways, I rarely ever have rear passengers besides my 2 year old in his car seat so the mats aren't seeing much action. I bought the Dodge slush mats for the front, the thick rubber ones with the deep grooves but I have to say I'm pretty disappointed with them overall. They seem to cover less surface area than the old stock front mats did, specifically the driver's side and they just don't seem to clean up well. They do trap water etc but the monster mats I had in my VW Passat were about 200% better than these. I really don't want to go aftermarket like Lloyds or Catchall because I want the colors to match so how well are your molded mats holding up?

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Old 01-28-2006, 06:37 PM   #2
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Guess I'll be finding out first hand, picked up a set on Thursday. Very sweet looking, I like them much better than the slush mats.
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How Are Your Dodge Molded Mats With Rams Head Holding Up?

I bought the mats in January...They are holding up very well. A nice feature of the front ones is the way they are secured in place. Obviously the drivers side is secured by the same post that holds the stock one. Passenger side has these little plastics screws that go into the floor. Then there is a piece on the mat that can disconnect from the piece on the floor. Very cool. They vacuum easily also. The only thing is the drivers side mat has a rubber square under the pedals. You have to wipe this with a wet cloth to clean it. I would certainly recommend them. Gotta love the rams head.
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Old 05-03-2006, 01:39 PM   #4
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I've had mine since last July and couldn't be happier with how they have held up. Gotta love that Ram head on them too!
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quote:Originally posted by xJO98:
I see that some of you have the Dodge molded floor mats with the aluminum ram head. I was wondering how they are holding up with the winter, etc.
I switch to the Dodge Slush matts in the winter.
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Old 06-09-2006, 02:33 AM   #6
 
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How Are Your Dodge Molded Mats With Rams Head Holding Up?

Although I have the biege interior I got the slate mats to help hide the durt

They are a marvelous interior inhancement w/ a purpose!!
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I've had mine for the past theree years,and they still look great.
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