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Old 12-05-2012, 09:07 PM   #7
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1998 SW2
Default Re: Source for good floor mats?

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Originally Posted by blue92 View Post
...Anyone know a good way to stop mats from sliding around?
Floor Mat Clips

These are in my ZuZuTrooper2: Mat-LocŪ Clips
There's some for sale on Amazon.

I still have some Mat Grabber Clips in the hang card. $1.97 for 4 clips
Mfd for Handy Dandy Products, Mt. Clemens, MI,
Stock No.101 SKU 0 3556200010 6 Patent Number 4860402
Made with Pride in the U.S.A. (so, naturally, they are out of business)

I have jute-backed Audi mats and they have a 'lapel pin' riveted to the bottom like the Mat-Loc Clips.

In winter, there's a lot of wet, but low humidity evaporates it all.

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Competition Clutch 10Lb. Flywheel. 14 stalls to date (and loving it).
Oil use is 1 ounce per 100 miles with ~230,000 miles on the engine

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