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Floor Mats

Discussion in '70-Series Tech' started by LZFJ40, Dec 4, 2017.

  1. FJ73Texas

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    I think @reevesci is reproducing them for the 60 series folks. Maybe start with asking him?
     
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    Mine are rubber and say Toyota on them. No idea if they are OEM but they appear to be so. I will need to take a pic of the backseat one but it is just a one piece rubber unit that lays over the hump and the style matches the two front ones I have.

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    Those look nice. How to get in touch with the guy who can make them?
     
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    No one made them for me. They came in my cruiser when it came from Colombia. My guess they are Colombian Toyota dealer installed mats. I would like another set myself.
     
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    Brown mats are better then no mats at all, I only found 6 sets to begin with and am down to 2 sets now, if I find a good alternative I might sell these.
     
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    Joe. If you look up mat inventory on weather tech (you have to select an European language otherwise they won't show up)...it will show an option for 1985 land cruiser. However I can't tell if it is for the 60 series or 70 series. What are your thoughts on those?
     
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    Being an American company I am pretty sure they are for a 60 :(
     
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    Agreed, I'm in the no mat camp and it's no bueno!
     
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    Count me in for fitted mats for my LHD LJ70- if you are planning on buying bulk. i have some generic ones that i cut for the front seats.

    for the back since ive found myself loading more crap that i should, i wanted to protect the original carpet (its fairly stained but still holds up) I bought a weathertec @ costco and cut to size and it functions preety well.

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    COstco Weathertec mat

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    CUT to size and holes for seat supports

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    not bad at all.

    Can you snap a pic of those rear seat latches you cut the mat to fit? I have to install a set in my rig. Are they just bolted through the floor?
    thank you
    Leonard
     
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    I took out my OEM ones and keep them in the house. Aftermarket crapola cut to fit mats work fine.

    Did they make a rubber floor mat kit for the MWB trucks? All I see are for troopers and Utes and similar. I'd like to pull my carpet and save it, lay down a bunch of Quiet Crap insulation and then an OEM rubber carpet.
     
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    I would be in for a floor mat group buy, Rhd in my case.
     
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