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Old 03-19-2018, 07:09 AM   #1
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Default New carpet for my D21

I am sure some have replace the carpet in their trucks. Just wondering what vendor you used ? How was the fit? And has anybody used the vinyl flooring? My plan is to pull up the carpet and use the X Matt and lay new carpet.
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Old 03-19-2018, 02:19 PM   #2
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if you have a MT, do not get the floor too thick around the shifter, the boot will knock it out of gear, personal experience
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I got carpet from rock auto, about $110 and it will be here this week. I will let you know my feedback.
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I got the same it’s nice
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Old 03-19-2018, 07:07 PM   #5
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Which one did you get from Rock Auto
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I'm also looking at these vendors

https://www.automotiveinteriors.com/...its-s/5506.htm
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thought I had another good one ; can't find it now; will post if/when I find.
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This is what I bought.

https://www.rockauto.com/en/parts/ac...,flooring,1264
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Don’t mutilate your old carpet. You will have to mark every bolt hole and cutout on the new carpet. I changed mine last summer and it was a giant pain in the ass. It was worth worth the look though.

Do yourself a favor and grab several cans of flex seal. Spray the seams of the floor pans, especially around the floor pan and wheel well area.
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Donít mutilate your old carpet. You will have to mark every bolt hole and cutout on the new carpet. I changed mine last summer and it was a giant pain in the ass. It was worth worth the look though.

Do yourself a favor and grab several cans of flex seal. Spray the seams of the floor pans, especially around the floor pan and wheel well area.
good call on the bolt holes, thanks... i was going to use foil insulation tape and 1/4 carpet padding... or, I have a ton of plastidip.
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