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pdiddy said:
Does anyone know of a place to purchase the Husky rubber full 3rd row floor liner? This is a 1-piece mat that covers the 3rd row area plus the area under the 2nd row seats. Here is the link from the husky site ... Click Me
Just recieved the Husky liner I purchased on ebay for $ 73.95 Shipped, it covers the cargo area and the 3rd row folded down ;)
 

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ggeorgie said:
Just recieved the Husky liner I purchased on ebay for $ 73.95 Shipped, it covers the cargo area and the 3rd row folded down ;)
Thanks, but that's not what I'm looking for through. I'm looking for the liner that covers both the 3rd row and the area under the 2nd row seats when folded down.
 

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if you get at cargo liner that covers the 3rd row...what do you do with the liner when you want the 3rd row up to carry passengers? Is there a liner that will over the entire area when its down then hinge up when you need the 3rd row?
 

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PHLOCKER said:
if you get at cargo liner that covers the 3rd row...what do you do with the liner when you want the 3rd row up to carry passengers? Is there a liner that will over the entire area when its down then hinge up when you need the 3rd row?
the Husky liner is mader of rubber material, and it folds up wihen you fold the third row seat up.
here is mine.

http://www.clubarmada.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1696
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Couple of things...

I've got the Husky liners for all rows and the rear of my Mada... will get some pictures as soon as I can for any who want to see. As with ggeorgie, my cargo cover will basically bend upward when you flip the seats up, although I have to say I would only want to do that in an urgent need situation. Given a choice, I will just pull it out and drop it in the garage if I anticipate using the 3rd row seats.

As for the 3rd row liner, and a good place to buy it... I found them online for a really good price, and haven't seen a better price anywhere else... even on ebay...

The third row cover is $69.95 on this site and there is currently free shipping. Incidentally, the 2nd row and rear cargo cover are both $69.95 as well. If you're ordering today, it appears they are offering some kind of presidents day special... ($5 off $50, $10 off $100, $20 off $150). There is a big banner at the top advertising the sale...

http://www.autoanything.com/products/product_fm.aspx?p_id=1467&se=husky_cargo_liners_trunk_liner
 

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I would only want to do that in an urgent need situation. Given a choice, I will just pull it out and drop it in the garage if I anticipate using the 3rd row seats.

I've got a weathertech liner in my Volvo and have to remove it when I want to pop up the third row. They are definitely too thick/too heavy to bend for every day use.

Sympathize with your dilemma. I end up using a wool blanket to cover the back of the third row when folded flat. With four kids, my third row is up most of the time.

My bigger challenge is finding some way to protect the backs of the second row seats from the shoes of 6 year olds.
 

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In case you're looking at the hatchbag...

Not to dissuade anyone from buying a hatchbag, but I bought one and decided to return it for the Husky liner. The hatchbag is great, if you're hauling wood or lumber or bricks or some other type of industrial type load. It's just a bit of overkill for daily use though.

It's a very thick rubber coated canvas that covers the entire cargo area, sidewalls and rear of the seats. It just isn't a perfect fit, and has to attach with velcro to the sidewalls, and some type of rope/string solution to hang it up against the rear of the 2nd row seats.

I just didn't want to do the whole velcro thing, and the hatchbag was terribly unattractive to use day in / day out.

As for the Husky, it isn't a "perfect" fit in the cargo area... my results are identicle to the photo posted above by ggeorgie. I'd prefer a little more professional fit, but for half the price of the weathertek, I am willing to settle for the husky. The floor liners however, fit perfectly and I couldn't be more pleased with them.
 
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