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Old 03-13-2005, 10:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Buying new floormats off bavauto and there are so many choices on there i really don't know which ones to go with! The plush floormats sure do look nice but i honestly can't tell without looking/feeling them. Anyone know which ones I should definately buy?
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try ebay.....bavauto don't have many options and the OEM mats are corny looking and EXPENSIVE!!!!!! dont pay 100$ for mats....

go to ebay search BMW/M3/E36>interior>floor mats
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Are you looking for carpet or rubber mats? I bought both. I actually bought both from the dealer right when I got my car. I have both of them in (we get alot of weather in the midwest). They are expensive from the dealer,but i figure i use them everyday,and I did not want crappy mats. The rubber ones can actually hold in alot of water or snow so that it doesn't drip down into your carpet.
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Real men replace their floorboards with sheet metal.






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These are the mats on Ebay I was telling you about...they also have grey and black colors. and the sell now for like $50.00 i think.


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true, oem mats cost alot more, but "you get what you pay for" -- i have found this out a few times before.
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