Carpet Protection Is a Must for me

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I live on the side of a small mountain, I climb clay and Gravel roads to get home. Everything sticks to my shoes when It's wet. I got red clay In many places, dries to concrete and gets into things and wears down carpet really fast.
My Solution, See Pictures.
They all were a perfect fit, Ford-Mo-Co accessories, Mud Flaps go on Friday.
Just wanted to Share.

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I live on the side of a small mountain, I climb clay and Gravel roads to get home. Everything sticks to my shoes when It's wet. I got red clay In many places, dries to concrete and gets into things and wears down carpet really fast.
My Solution, See Pictures.
They all were a perfect fit, Ford-Mo-Co accessories, Mud Flaps go on Friday.
Just wanted to Share.

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Looks great! We have the same options coming on our build. Between snow, mud, dogs, and rain they'll be a must.
 

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I like the look of those, I guess I’ll send my dealer a email, and get some on order. I was really trying not to buy any car parts in January. :)
 
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I like the look of those, I guess I’ll send my dealer a email, and get some on order. I was really trying not to buy any car parts in January. :)
This Is one of the reasons I wanted the base model. I have no need for the more expensive models toys and am only doing what you see plus dealer Installed Mud Flaps on friday.
I got $300 In Ford Rewards points when I purchased (42,000) points.
So All you saw was basically Free to me, with in a few dollars anyways.
Mud flaps dealer Installed will ticket out about $150.
 

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I installed the mats last week. Excellent quality, on par with Weather Tech or even better. Waiting on mud-flaps, fronts are on back order.
 

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Just put my rubber mats in today. I want to try to get the rubber backing on the seats too if it ever becomes available.
 

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This Is one of the reasons I wanted the base model. I have no need for the more expensive models toys and am only doing what you see plus dealer Installed Mud Flaps on friday.
I got $300 In Ford Rewards points when I purchased (42,000) points.
So All you saw was basically Free to me, with in a few dollars anyways.
Mud flaps dealer Installed will ticket out about $150.
I thought that too, $300 - 42,000pts. But when I used my points to get the mats they took almost all of it. When I asked why they were taking so many points they told me that the conversion is 0.005 x 1pt. So 42,000pts = $210. Make sure you get that verified or else you might be in for a surprise when you go to use them.
 

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Received and installed my floor liners today. I love them! They are a perfect fit, front and back. I think I like them better than weathertech mats.
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@TinyCadon can you please advise what the conversion rate for points should be?
 
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@TinyCadon can you please advise what the conversion rate for points should be?
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0.005 x 42,000=$210 not $300 I asked my salesman about this, He said $300 and I will hold him to that.
 
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Tiny said :
0.005 x 42,000=$210 not $300 I asked my salesman about this, He said $300 and I will hold him to that.
The rubber floor mats retail for $175 from Ford and I redeemed 38,588 Ford Pass Reward points for them. I don't know if you have to factor sales tax into this or not, so I'm leaving it out of the equation.

That comes out to $0.0045350 per point, which means 42,000 points is really worth ~$190. Your salesman's math is off by almost 60% in that case. Closer to 50% if you include the sales tax savings.
 

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I called multiple dealers locally and no one had the floor liners in stock. I found a set on ebay for about $150ish shipped. They are a great fit and really easy to maintain. Our BB came with the cargo area mat and seat back covers.
 
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The rubber floor mats retail for $175 from Ford and I redeemed 38,588 Ford Pass Reward points for them. I don't know if you have to factor sales tax into this or not, so I'm leaving it out of the equation.

That comes out to $0.0045350 per point, which means 42,000 points is really worth ~$190. Your salesman's math is off by almost 60% in that case. Closer to 50% if you include the sales tax savings.
I hear ya, not worried I have the floor and deck mats and am still getting the Mud Flaps Installed tomorrow. Still feels like I got $190 off In extras right !
 

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I ordered mine today, $200 Canadian from my Ford dealer.
 
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Ok
Rubber floor mats Front and rear $175
Rear deck mat $140
Mud Flaps $50 per pair +$50 labor to Install front and rear,,,$150

$465 + tax = $497
Minus $210 In Ford Rewards

My Cost $287, I'm happy.
 

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