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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 04:30 PM
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I've got the 3D Maxpider in my 2017 OB, and think they're way better than Weathertech mats.

A couple of things to note:
- IMO the 3D plastic logos on them ruin the look. I snipped off those logos and touched up the back side of the resulting small holes with some silicone sealant.
- Some versions of the 3D Maxpider mats for Outbacks have positioning holes for the passenger side mat, and some don't. You need to make sure to get the version that matches whether or not your car has the corresponding studs in the floor on the passenger side. (I think they all have those holes/studs on the driver's side.)

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I've got the 3D Maxpider in my 2017 OB, and think they're way better than Weathertech mats.

A couple of things to note:
- IMO the 3D plastic logos on them ruin the look. I snipped off those logos and touched up the back side of the resulting small holes with some silicone sealant.
They don't necessarilly do the best job at putting those on. A long plastic log with one fixation point so the ends stick up. And they're shiny to boot on a matte finished mat. I keep contemplating popping them out. Just low down on the list of things to do.

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I was able to get some caps from 3D Maxpider (I forgot the real name of the company but they're located in So Cal near me). It took a couple weeks but they sent me the caps and I removed the holes for the anchors and replaced them with caps for a cleaner look
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I was able to get some caps from 3D Maxpider (I forgot the real name of the company but they're located in So Cal near me). It took a couple weeks but they sent me the caps and I removed the holes for the anchors and replaced them with caps for a cleaner look
Do you have a part number for those caps?
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Do you have a part number for those caps?
Interested to know as well.

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unfortunately they did not provide me with a part number or a packing slip when they sent it. When I called the parent company, info provided below, I just told them my model car and the floor mats I had and they sent me 2 "grommets". It took me another 2 weeks for them to send me 2 more for the passenger side.

Here's the contact info:

Martin Leenhouwers
Assistant Account Manager
3D U-Ace, Inc.
13642 Santa Ana Ave.
Fontana, CA 92337
O: (909) 350-8808 ext. 108
F: (909) 350-8810
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