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Just ordered the TuxMats- 7 seater EX

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I just placed an order for the TuxMats for a 7 seater EX! They should arrive in the next week or 2. I can create a video unbox/install and review if anyone is interested. Let me know!
 
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I just placed an order for the TuxMats for a 7 seater EX! They should arrive in the next week or 2. I can create a video unbox/install and review if anyone is interested. Let me know!
Look forward to hearing about your experience.
 

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same here, they are on my Amazon list pending arrival of my ordered SX.
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Is there any difference between the 8 seater and the 7 seater? The pics for both look the same. Doesn't look like there is coverage between the captain chairs.
 

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Is there any difference between the 8 seater and the 7 seater? The pics for both look the same. Doesn't look like there is coverage between the captain chairs.
According to their website there is. Give them a call. They answer the phone and are very helpful. I have them in my SX with captains's chairs and they are really nice. Comfortable driving in just socks on long trips.
 
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I just placed an order for the TuxMats for a 7 seater EX! They should arrive in the next week or 2. I can create a video unbox/install and review if anyone is interested. Let me know!
Any update on the TuxMats? Would love to see a couple pics!
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I will try to post some pics in the coming week (currently in the NICU with our 2 week old with RSV). The mats were decently easy to install and I feel will continue to lay better as time goes on. Some of the sides aren't quite as tall as I expected, but the coverage is still way better than any wearhertechs that I've owned.
 

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I will try to post some pics in the coming week (currently in the NICU with our 2 week old with RSV). The mats were decently easy to install and I feel will continue to lay better as time goes on. Some of the sides aren't quite as tall as I expected, but the coverage is still way better than any wearhertechs that I've owned.
Appreciate the info. Best of luck with the newborn!
 

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I will try to post some pics in the coming week (currently in the NICU with our 2 week old with RSV). The mats were decently easy to install and I feel will continue to lay better as time goes on. Some of the sides aren't quite as tall as I expected, but the coverage is still way better than any wearhertechs that I've owned.
Wishing your baby a fast recovery, RSV as a newborn, how scary😣
 

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Thanks for the pics GrandVT. Those do look quite nice.

And to Bgrutt, I do hope things are looking much better for your little one.
 

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You’re gonna love ‘em! Best fit and easiest to clean liners I’ve ever had.
I agree 100%!! The kit comes with a bazillion clips that make it possible to fit these mats in VERY snugly! They already fit so nicely that I actually only used one of the clips!
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Are the Tux mats pliable? Or rather stiff?
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If you are familiar with WeatherTech mats, then the TuxMats are more pliable than they are......they are amazingly well fit to the vehicle and ( if you choose to use ) have a kit of clips that allow you to very precisely "mold" them in and around seating , consoles and whatnot.....I did not find that to be necessary and I do like to be able to easily get them out for cleaning. I think they cleanup better than my previous Weathertechs, look more "classy" and, so far, very durable.
 

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Pliable, I love them! I've had Weathertechs and Huskies, hated the Huskies. WT's are good but Tuxmats are way more high end, less sliding.
 
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I've had weathertechs a few times, but I like the Tuxmats better. More pliable than the weathertechs and the clips allow for a much tighter/snugger fit.

If you have a 7 seater, there is a strip that covers the floor between the middle seats. Its part of the 3rd row mat
 
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