Looking for replacement floor mats.

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Im looking for a good set of replacement floor mats with the ford or mustang logo. I have seen plenty online but its hard to tell the quality. Anyone bought a set that you were happy with?
 
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The ones sold by 50Resto.com are very nice quality. I have them in all my cars.
 

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Thanks for the comments on the mats guys.
 

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I bought mine at the Ford Dealer. Found the quality was better than the aftermarket. Went to the parts department and checked them out before I pulled the trigger. Plus in my car it had the holes for the fingers. It took 14 years for me to wear a hole in it (never went all the way through tho). Would have taken 2-3 years with something else probably. I paid like $100 back in 94.

EDIT- Forgot I had the Stangnet pedals.

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I bought mine at the Ford Dealer. Found the quality was better than the aftermarket. Went to the parts department and checked them out before I pulled the trigger. Plus in my car it had the holes for the fingers. It took 14 years for me to wear a hole in it (never went all the way through tho). Would have taken 2-3 years with something else probably. I paid like $100 back in 94.

EDIT- Forgot I had the Stangnet pedals.

MustangInterior12-10-03.jpg

OEM mats are of very high quality I agree, the problem is they are one of the 1st items to get discontinued. The 50resto mats a good alternative. a wanted a spare set for my explorer, already gone from ford.
 

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