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Old 09-28-2004, 08:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Recently purchased a '95 325i, and was looking at getting
some new floor mats. I saw that UUC Motorwerks had some
mats with the key locks to prevent movement.
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Looking at my floor I do not notice any holes or
possible depressions in the carpet where the keys would
attach. Was this an option for this year?
I dont believe the floor carpet has been replaced, but not 100% certain.

Thanks,
Sean
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Originally posted by 2disturbed@Sep 28 2004, 07:57 PM
Recently purchased a '95 325i, and was looking at getting
some new floor mats. I saw that UUC Motorwerks had some
mats with the key locks to prevent movement.
(See attached image)

Looking at my floor I do not notice any holes or
possible depressions in the carpet where the keys would
attach. Was this an option for this year?
I dont believe the floor carpet has been replaced, but not 100% certain.

Thanks,
Sean
Indianapolis
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I have them in my 1995 318i. it's just some loops on the floor to clip the mats in I don't even use them (cause I got rubberized all weather mats) and its not important at all unless you tend to kick your mats about the place. Then again those carpet : mats may have slippery bottoms. So then again I could be wrong.

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Originally posted by Delmarco+Sep 28 2004, 10:47 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Delmarco @ Sep 28 2004, 10:47 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-2disturbed@Sep 28 2004, 07:57 PM
Recently purchased a '95 325i, and was looking at getting
some new floor mats. I saw that UUC Motorwerks had some
mats with the key locks to prevent movement.
(See attached image)

Looking at my floor I do not notice any holes or
possible depressions in the carpet where the keys would
attach. Was this an option for this year?
I dont believe the floor carpet has been replaced, but not 100% certain.

Thanks,
Sean
Indianapolis
[attachmentid=13168]
[snapback]201068[/snapback]

I have them in my 1995 318i. it's just some loops on the floor to clip the mats in I don't even use them (cause I got rubberized all weather mats) and its not important at all unless you tend to kick your mats about the place. Then again those carpet : mats may have slippery bottoms. So then again I could be wrong.

but don't lose sleep
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Try this link. I have these and they are great. They have retainer cips that simply screw into your carpet. Reasonable price too.

http://www.pacificbmw.com/catalog/access/d...d=172&model=E36
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