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Floormats for the slick floor

Discussion in 'Police Package/Specialty Service Discussion' started by Peacock, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. Peacock

    Peacock Full Access Member

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    I did a search and didn't see anything specific for these rubber floors in these police specials.
    My floor is crazy slick and the rubber floormat I have on it is just skating right across it, I mean I can't put any pressure at all without it going flying. When I took it out it seems just as slick with boots or tennis shoes, pretty wacky.
    I was thinking about the only thing that would work would be a one piece that went from one side of the car to the other. I found this site

    https://www.autoaccessoriesgarage.c...herTech-DigitalFit-Floor-Liners?set-vehicle=1

    and it shown one available. Just wondering if anyone has went this route or used something else to prevent the slide ?

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    I ordered this one piece carpet floor mat via Ebay. The seller’s name is automatstore and it was custom made by a company called Lloyd Mats.


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    When I installed it, it was an exact fit. The mat came with mat fasteners with rounded hooks that go into 2 grommets in the corners of the carpet. All I needed to do is screw the fasteners into the rubber flooring and insert the hooks through the grommet and this makes sure the floor mat doesn’t move or shift. The floor mat is pretty big so it doesn’t really shift all that much even without the fasteners, but it’s good to have them to keep it secured in place.

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    In total, I paid $116.89 ($106.86 initial cost including tax + $10 for 20oz Velourtex). They have good customer service/communication and made sure the mat was made to my vehicle’s specs once I placed my order. Since I installed the bench seat on my PPV, they sent me an email to confirm it was correct. In all, it took about 2 weeks to get it and I couldn’t be happier. Would recommend them if anyone is interested. See the Ebay link to the 1 piece floor mat.


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Lloyd-CLASSIC-LOOP-Carpet-1pc-Front-Floor-Mat-Choose-from-8-Colors/231295808967?_trkparms=aid=111001&algo=REC.SEED&ao=1&asc=20160811114145&meid=1ebcc808e1a548c99607a26421cb1310&pid=100667&rk=1&rkt=1&mehot=none&sd=231295808967&itm=231295808967&pmt=1&noa=1&pg=2334524&_trksid=p2334524.c100667.m2042


    They also sell custom made 3 piece floor mat set if your vehicle has the center console and it includes the 'Tahoe' logo on the driver and passenger mats.


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chevrolet-...673578?hash=item35eefab1aa:g:Kx8AAOSwr9VZ1Vo0
     
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    I have husky liners front, rear and cargo. They fit incredibly snug and I use a piece of tool box/drawer liner underneath. Never had an issue
     
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    Skip weather tech, they fit poorly compared to the husky ones. I’ve had both.
     
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    I removed the vinyl and put in carpet... then installed weathertechs over it...
     
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    Vinyl floor comes in handy. Love it in my tahoe and my caprice.
     
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    2011SSVHOE I'm an egual oportunity offender

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    I got some factory rubber mats, perfect for the task. GM assy part number.
     
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    I used velcro on mine. Siliconed the loop on the floor and hook on the mats. These GM mats work nice.
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    they probably cleaned it with armor all or something like that before you got it, to get it ready for auction.....get some simple green or all purpose cleaner and scrub the armor all off.... then look into the mats that everyone else is talking about. Rubber floor in my work truck isnt slick at all but i brush it out and just use window cleaner on it, my feet don’t slip at all..
     
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    You think your floor was slick ? When I bought my 2015 Suburban PPV , the guy doing the detailing decided that the full rubber floor needed to be detailed as well, so he sprayed who knows what onto it. I almost fell out of the truck when I first tried to get in. Now I have rubber floor mats over the full rubber floor ! Love the truck though !!!
     

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