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Any recommendations for good quality rubber matts to put in my truck ? 

Flimsy cheap matts are easy to buy but that's not what am after. 

TIA 

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Are you talking the bed or footwell ?     For the bed, have a look on the web as there are a number of fitted liners available. I purchased one for my Jaguar Xtype estate and it has been great, easily lifted out and power washed.   To be honest, the footwell liners are from Aldi and I have a set in the Landrover as well and they have not shown any sign of wearing.

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 I managed to get a roll of conveyor belt i used it in the front  of the land rover.Its hard wearing and easy to clean 

 

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9 hours ago, jeffgg said:

 I managed to get a roll of conveyor belt i used it in the front  of the land rover.Its hard wearing and easy to clean 

 

I did this with some rubber floor mat

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I used  https://www.4x4at.com/  when I wanted some general type ones, 2" deep and sort of footwell shape. They do tailored ones as well. In the Disco I had tailor made, in the Series I used bits of carpet,  then binned them.

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1 hour ago, Penelope said:

a local car shop sells these for £13 up my way, he calls them snow mats, had mine in my truck for years.

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3 minutes ago, billytheghillie said:

a local car shop sells these for £13 up my way, he calls them snow mats, had mine in my truck for years.

Para mat and a rhino emblem?

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23 hours ago, Centrepin said:

I used  https://www.4x4at.com/  when I wanted some general type ones, 2" deep and sort of footwell shape. They do tailored ones as well. In the Disco I had tailor made, in the Series I used bits of carpet,  then binned them.

Got them in the ranger spot on 

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10 hours ago, Wb123 said:

Cow mat and a Stanley knife. 

This.

Got to your nearest farm supplies, 8x4 mat will be about £40 and should be enough to do a complete Discovery.  Be warned it's heavy as hell and an absolute pig to manhandle.  Treat your stanley knife to a new blade before you start.

I found it easiest with my Discovery to unbolt the rear seats, remove them and the carpet, wholesale, and use the carpet as a template.  Remember the mat is a lot thicker and can't conform to shapes as easily as carpet, so 'sneak up' on the cut size.  You can always cut more off, it's cutting more on that's tricky.

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