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Old 03-02-2005, 03:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just picked up my new mats from the dealer and they don't mount the same...Comes with threaded plastic pads and velcro style hook/loop system. My question is do I remove the old clip style/toggle booger from the carpet? Without leaving a big hole? And do they really expect me to drive these new plastic pads into my floorboards??????? I went with factory replacements for a reason ya know...So I wouldn't have to modify shit
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The old anchors will unscrew from the floor, and the new ones screw into place there. I had to do this on mine.
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The old anchors will unscrew from the floor, and the new ones screw into place there. I had to do this on mine.
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Thanks...would have helped if I had just pulled the instructions out of the box used

Just kinda pissed me off that it wasn't the same. Throw out the old ones and slap in the new ones ya know? Oh well.................

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Originally posted by OldGuy+Mar 2 2005, 04:16 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(OldGuy @ Mar 2 2005, 04:16 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-kestrel325is@Mar 2 2005, 03:41 PM
The old anchors will unscrew from the floor, and the new ones screw into place there. I had to do this on mine.
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Thanks...would have helped if I had just pulled the instructions out of the box used

Just kinda pissed me off that it wasn't the same. Throw out the old ones and slap in the new ones ya know? Oh well.................

Thanks again
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No prob. I like the newer anchors, anyway. No plastic visible. Most people in my car don't know the floor mats are anchored anyway. They think the floormats just stick really well.
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Old 03-02-2005, 07:39 PM   #5 (permalink)
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wow, my floormats were never screwed in!!
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yea how do you "screw" in the floor mats? i have a 93 318is and it has those little plastic holes in the back of the mats but where do they go? there isnt anything for them to latch on to?
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There should be a peg on your vehicle's floor that those two grommets fit around. That peg unscrews from the floorboard carpeting.
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