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I have a question regarding cargo liners, are the Weathertech ones the best for an'06 Xterra, and what is the best price out there on them?
 

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There is really no need for a cargo liner. The X back is pretty durable and is easily cleaned. It is one of the reason I liked the X.
 

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Weathertech stuff rules! I have their floor liners up front and wouldn't recommend anything else. I have bought all my weathertech stuff direct.
 

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I agree with B Slater. I too have the liners up front and with all the snow and slush we have here in MI, they are the best.
 

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I got mine because I'm anal about scratches/scrapes also it keeps things from sliding around. I cut out the rack mount holes so I can still use my net, I'm not worried about the ability to hold water.
So which color is this? Looking at weathertech's site, this looks like the one they're calling "black" - I'm confused. Yours is the color I need. I don't suppose yours has a part number moulded on it does it? Thanks!

http://www.weathertech.com/store/vehsearch.asp?make_id=38&year_no=2005&veh_id=513&veh_opt_choice_id=0&item_group_id=1
 

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brett said:
JAdams said:


I got mine because I'm anal about scratches/scrapes also it keeps things from sliding around. I cut out the rack mount holes so I can still use my net, I'm not worried about the ability to hold water.
So which color is this? Looking at weathertech's site, this looks like the one they're calling "black" - I'm confused. Yours is the color I need. I don't suppose yours has a part number moulded on it does it? Thanks!

http://www.weathertech.com/store/vehsearch.asp?make_id=38&year_no=2005&veh_id=513&veh_opt_choice_id=0&item_group_id=1
Black is correct, part #40273.
 

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brett said:
I think my old laptop screen just REALLY sucks. It looks like a dark gray to me - but I'll take your word for it.
gray here 2
 

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I bought the one from ebay and it's ok, not worth the price thou, but better than nothing. I'll take a picture tonight maybe and post it, it's rubber like plastic, thin and does the job. I don't think it's as durable as WeatherTech's, but better than nothing and prevents stuff from sliding around.
 

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I bought the one from ebay and it's ok, not worth the price thou, but better than nothing. I'll take a picture tonight maybe and post it, it's rubber like plastic, thin and does the job. I don't think it's as durable as WeatherTech's, but better than nothing and prevents stuff from sliding around.
if it does the job then your all set
 

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Mine keeps my stuff from sliding around and when it does get dirty in the back I can take it out and dump the dirt, rocks, sand, leaves, or water spills in a cinch without having to clean the crevices of the vehicle.
 

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The Weathertec cargo liner is the cat's ass! Along with my Coverking seat covers, one of the best purchases for the Xterra I've made. Makes the cargo area much easier to keep clean and keeps stuff (including my dogs) from sliding around back there.

 

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Wtech color selection

As I was selecting the color to order, all I saw was a real light grey or black, having a '10 BLK OR with medium grey interior I went with the black 'cause the light grey looked way too light. It is shipped and I am waiting to see how it works out. I plan on cutting holes for the cargo rail hooks becasue they work out well. I ordered mine thru AutoGeek for 109.00.

side note: I think nissan should have been a little more scientific and correct when selecting the plastic surface in the cargo area. seems like a cardboard box can scratch it. truthfully ..sucks.. I had an '02 with the carpet in the back and after carpet I was looking forward to a hard surface.
 

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side note: I think nissan should have been a little more scientific and correct when selecting the plastic surface in the cargo area. seems like a cardboard box can scratch it. truthfully ..sucks.. I had an '02 with the carpet in the back and after carpet I was looking forward to a hard surface.
No sh*t. Once it gets some scratches on it, though, you stop caring. I like that my X gets used. Scratches in the cargo compartment are just part of the cost of doing business if you want to off-road your truck.
 

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Go Husky. Mine is great and I think it is deeper than most of the competition, usually cheaper as well, or just use cardboard.....:wav:
 

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Forgot:

Also, Husky has the channel grooves that can be cut out in case you want to continue to use the rear in floor cargo hooks.
 
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