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      05-02-2013, 12:43 AM   #1
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UPDATE- Now on E92. New F30 Floormats - basic/modern/sport

The parts guy at my dealer let me try these on and I was very satisfied with the fitment. They were only $85 as well so I had to jump on them. FINALLY, have carpeted mats. More importantly, good looking ones at that.

I only bought the fronts! Sorry for the shitty pics, but I literally just got these on. I need to get some pedals before I take some good pics.








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The fronts are I believe $90 on Tischer.


Really like them compared to our E9x. The sport line would look great with coral red. They also have rubber versions.
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      06-04-2013, 01:45 PM   #2
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I just put a black set of these into my E90. They are slightly larger than the originals, but they fit just fine. They also come with larger anchors.

I looked into this because my driver mat was beginning to buckle and sometimes get caught under the clutch. I don't see that ever happening with these because the base is rubber. They're much more sturdy.
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Boooo, no grey.
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besides the basic one, the colored trim around the edges make them look so ghetto and pep-boy-ish hahaha
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I just put a black set of these into my E90. They are slightly larger than the originals, but they fit just fine. They also come with larger anchors.

I looked into this because my driver mat was beginning to buckle and sometimes get caught under the clutch. I don't see that ever happening with these because the base is rubber. They're much more sturdy.
Awesome, great to hear! I really like these way more than the the current E90 carpeted mats.
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      06-04-2013, 09:03 PM   #6
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I just put a black set of these into my E90. They are slightly larger than the originals, but they fit just fine. They also come with larger anchors.

I looked into this because my driver mat was beginning to buckle and sometimes get caught under the clutch. I don't see that ever happening with these because the base is rubber. They're much more sturdy.
Could you snap a quick pic of how large they are inside the car??
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will these fit e92's?
I'm sure they won't be an exact fit, but I believe they will.

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Could you snap a quick pic of how large they are inside the car??
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I realized when i was trying to search for mats for my car last week that even these things are expensive. smh im buying a kia
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Wow, love the look of the rubber allweather ones! Much better than the standard ones.
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I'm no photographer, but you can see it fits.
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I'm no photographer, but you can see it fits.
Thanks for taking the time to snap a pict! They look good. I was thinking you meant they were longer. Looks like they fit fine.

Alot more room for error on the passenger side - how's it look there?
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The issue is width actually. They wouldn't fit if they were a hair wider.
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Thanks for the pics. I need these in black. I hate light beige floor mats. What about the rear?
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Thanks for the pic!
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Interested to see if the rears fit in an E92.
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Interested to see if the rears fit in an E92.
Personally, IDC. I never have anyone sit in the rear so I won't be buying the rear mats.
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Anyone else have experience with these in an e92?
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Anyone else have experience with these in an e92?
Just went to my dealer for an oil filter and of course, I ended coming out with these floormats too. The parts guy let me try them on before I made the purchase and to both of our surprise, they fit pretty damn good. Plus the $85 price tag wasn't that bad at all.

Will update this thread with the new mats on tonight.
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Much better than what they replaced, right? Glad they fit your e92.
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Know a part number for those black and red rubber ones
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Much better than what they replaced, right? Glad they fit your e92.
Well I had beat up all weather rubber mats, so this is a million times better. I also dislike the E9x carpet mats so these are exponentially better.
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