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Sport Trac floor mat question

Discussion in '2007 - 2010 Explorer Sport Trac' started by machm1970, December 5, 2017.

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    1. machm1970

      machm1970 New Member

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      I recently purchased a 2007 Sport Trac, it came without floor mats. I bought a set of thick rubber ones and they slide all over the vinyl floor. I was looking at Husky Liner type ones, but many say something to the effect of "Not for vinyl floors" probably because of the sliding issue. What are you guys using that won't slide around? I just don't want them sliding under the accelerator and causing an accident.

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      Matt
       
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      I bought a set of the Weathertech FloorLiners for my 2010 Sport Trac. They don't specify a set for the Sport Trac, but I bought the ones that fit a 2010 Explorer. The floor retainer hooks are in different positions in the Explorer and the Sport Trac, so I just pried mine open and removed them. I then put down some super-tacky shelf liner between the rubber floor and the liners to keep them from sliding around. The front ones are a great fit, and don't really slide. The rear liner slides a bit, but I solved that problem by putting sticky-back velcro on the liner and floor to hold it in place.

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      The shelf liner is a great idea.

      Thank you!

      Matt
       
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