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      11-25-2022, 05:39 PM   #1
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great trunk mat?

Looking to get a trunk mat. I'm preferring to get a heavy rubber one, that keeps it's shape, is more slide proof than the more plastic thin ones. Anyone know where i could get one, or have a recommendation? Thanks
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Weathertech! I have one. It is a perfect fit, and has edges to trap anything that escapes.
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thx. good to know you are happy with them. maybe i should look at weathertech again. i bought weathertech floor mats maybe 10 yrs ago, but they were thin and plastic-like. i was hoping for something heavier, rubber, etc.
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I don't know if they make a trunk liner, but I have BMW floor liners and they are a thick rubber that is very grippy. I had weather tech liners before and I know what you mean about the hard plastic slippery-ness.
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My genuine BMW is thick, properly shaped, has an option fold out bumper cover (for load/unload protection), and has a grippy rubber surface with raised grip circles on it.

I've had genuine BMW trunk liners on E39, E90 and F10 and they have lasted the life of the car in my ownership and work well in my experience.
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Looking to get a trunk mat. I'm preferring to get a heavy rubber one, that keeps it's shape, is more slide proof than the more plastic thin ones. Anyone know where i could get one, or have a recommendation? Thanks
i have the weathertech trunk mat. its very durable and easy to clean. not slippery as well
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