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#1 (permalink) Old 02-24-2007, 01:30 PM
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Floor Mats/Carpets Difference

Hello everyone! Can somebody tell me if e46 coupe "REAR" floor mats would fit on e46 convertible?
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Hard to tell for the rear's only, I can tell you the complete F+R sets do have different part numbers.

The convertible mats are more expensive, though maybe they're made a little differently (you might assume that the convertible mats are designed to withstand getting wet occasionally ?).
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