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Old 02-23-2017, 02:53 PM   #23
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Re: Complete carpet kits

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Thanks XMAN! That's what I was thinking. The molded part fits better if you do it the other way, but it would look crazy with the seam being exposed like that. I'm curious as to why they make the overlap so large? There's about a foot and a half of wasted carept!?!?! Do you think there would be any problem with shortening the front piece at the rear? I would make it fit a better and be less bulky.
I never understood as to why it was so long either. Mine was about a foot over the rear carpet. I don't see an issue for shortening the carpet just make sure the ends are finished so pile doesn't come unraveled and pull apart on you. You think that the carpet manufactures would create a one piece carpet for the passenger compartment. I know it's a big piece but would look cleaner.
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