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      10-03-2012, 02:42 PM   #1
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All Season Mats

When do you put in your all season mats. I am actually thinking about putting them in now.
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      10-03-2012, 02:46 PM   #2
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Right about now, before the foliage. It makes them easier to clean.
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Right about now, before the foliage. It makes them easier to clean.
Good point. Thanks.
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i have them on already, its raining outside
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Honestly, I just leave them in year round now.
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i have them on already, its raining outside
Yeah same here.
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      10-03-2012, 05:25 PM   #7
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Honestly, I just leave them in year round now.
Yeah same here they're so much easier to clean and I don't have to worry how dirty my shoes are before getting in.
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      10-03-2012, 05:27 PM   #8
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I leave them in year round as well - the OEM rubber ones. They are cheap and great.
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Hoping to get a beater for the winter, and not swap them out at all!
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I never take mine out. I hate seeing dirty carpet mats. Weathertech digital fit FTW
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      10-03-2012, 05:37 PM   #11
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All seasons are in year round. The regular ones stay in the trunk till i sell the car and upgrade to a new bimmer.
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I never take mine out. I hate seeing dirty carpet mats. Weathertech digital fit FTW
That's what I use. They are the best mats around.
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Hoping to get a beater for the winter, and not swap them out at all!
Good idea but kind of pricey. I like being able to drive my car year round.
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I never take mine out. I hate seeing dirty carpet mats. Weathertech digital fit FTW
how much better are these than the OEM rubber ones? worth the extra cost? i have carpet now and need to upgrade
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I run weathertechs all year
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how much better are these than the OEM rubber ones? worth the extra cost? i have carpet now and need to upgrade
Holy shit night and day difference. You can get in with snowy boot all winter long and in the spring your carpets look like new. BMW sells them now "floor liners" is what they call them you can get the CCA discount on them or online. The BMW ones are just rebranded. I have the OEM rubber ones and they are junked compared
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I need some all weather mats and have been debating on getting weathertech... Can you guys with weathertech post up some pictures? I have been debating between their regular rubber mats or their floor liner.
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I need some all weather mats and have been debating on getting weathertech... Can you guys with weathertech post up some pictures? I have been debating between their regular rubber mats or their floor liner.
Here you go: http://www.weathertech.com/bmw/2009/...0-e91-e92-e93/
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I saw those but i was hoping for some real pictures with the black flooring not a computer generated image (i believe thats what those are but i could be wrong)
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I use my all season floor mats for all the seasons...
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