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4-Piece Pilot Automotive All Season Rubber Floor Mat Set EXPIRED

Corwin 7,321 36,849 August 8, 2016 at 12:06 AM in Auto Parts & Supplies (3) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 08-10-2016 by Discombobulated at 01:38 AM View Original Post
Sears.com has 4-Piece Pilot Automotive All Season Rubber Floor Mat Set (various colors) on sale for $9.99 + Free In-Store Pickup. Thanks Corwin

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.

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This offer matches the previous deal from July. These are universal fit to work with most vehicles - Discombobulated

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Edited August 9, 2016 at 08:57 PM by widgit
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I bought one of these, picked it up directly from sears auto. They are thick and durable.
warui 10
Cool. Some ppl don't want to spend $200 on floor mats.
That's how my girlfriend describes me too.

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Sears website reviews are worthless. Are these "thin and cheap" or "thick and durable"? I'm guessing the former.
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I bought one of these, picked it up directly from sears auto. They are thick and durable.
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They are thick. But I could find more designs at Walmart for $10
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High quality rubber and it doesn't have any smell at all!
They can be used in any vehicle!!
instructions are to cut off the parts you don't need to fit the interior.




I got these last time for my 2 door Honda accord. I didn't have to do anything but cut them from the hanger and put them down in the car.


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Sears website reviews are worthless. Are these "thin and cheap" or "thick and durable"? I'm guessing the former.
Thick and Durable..
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Quote from warui View Post :
I bought one of these, picked it up directly from sears auto. They are thick and durable.
That's how my girlfriend describes me too.
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Been using mine since before last winter and with a quick hose rinse, they still look the same as the day I bought them. I agree with the durable. I've seen both thicker and thinner mats. These would be fine for the average user
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With this, the car is not afraid to dirty.
Or use verbs apparently
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I buy those laser cut custom fit for ur car model. I think it's worth it
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Not bad.
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Quote from davidjon34 View Post :
I buy those laser cut custom fit for ur car model. I think it's worth it
Cool. Some ppl don't want to spend $200 on floor mats.
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Quote from MainPFT View Post :
Cool. Some ppl don't want to spend $200 on floor mats.
if you ever own one, it's totally worth it. The spills, dirt, snow, all get collected since it's custom fit. $200 but if u own ur car for 20yrs, its $10 a year
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Quote from davidjon34 View Post :
if you ever own one, it's totally worth it. The spills, dirt, snow, all get collected since it's custom fit. $200 but if u own ur car for 20yrs, its $10 a year
I got the clear ones around a month back. They are thick Yes, but feel plasticky to me.
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Quote from timmyobama View Post :
That's how my girlfriend describes me too.
Your real name doesn't happen to be Ron Jeremy, is it.
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