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Discussion in '70-Series Tech' started by LZFJ40, Dec 4, 2017.
I think @reevesci is reproducing them for the 60 series folks. Maybe start with asking him?
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.
Those look nice. How to get in touch with the guy who can make them?
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.
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.
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?
Being an American company I am pretty sure they are for a 60
Agreed, I'm in the no mat camp and it's no bueno!
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.
COstco Weathertec mat
CUT to size and holes for seat supports
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?
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.
I would be in for a floor mat group buy, Rhd in my case.