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Item #: 42420

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Price: $297.85
    Cost: 23828
    Earns: 298
    Bonus: 0

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    Give your Cougar the added comfort of an extra 5/8" of dense, heavy padding under the carpeting and almost 30 lbs of Sound Deadening material for a total weight of 35 pounds. The mass backing gives your floor the plush feel of the carpeting in a new luxury car while adding a great deal of sound deadener to muffle road noise and insulate from heat and cold. The mass backing combined with the foil heat shield we sell will provide sound deadening substantially beyond what the factory sound deadener was capable of.

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    Of the many carpets available out there these are the best. They are the correct 25 ounce 80/20 Rayon/Nylon blend, molded to the contour of your floor pans and have the correct thickness of insulation bonded to the backside. They come with the correct heel and toe pad sewn into the drives side and have the correct hem in the appropriate places.

    For those with Tan/Saddle Interior, your vehicle would have come with the Dark Brown Carpet. If you have a vehicle with Light or Dark Aqua, your vehicle would have originally come with a Dark Aqua carpeting, which unfortunately is no longer available, however they came with a dark blue dash pad making the dark blue carpet a nice match.

    Check out our video below on how to install a mass-backed carpet.

    Specifications:
    Weight: 40.00 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (4.96 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 7 Review(s).

    Great!!!

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    5.00 out of 5
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    The mass backed carpet is great. Before making a purchase I saw a video on YouTube with Don installing the carpet, which gave me the confidence to do it myself. For the most part it was a perfect fit just a little trimming on the edges for the perfect fit.

    New shag

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    4.75 out of 5
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    • fitment
    Carpet looks nice, makes a new car look.

    Kernersville NC

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    5.00 out of 5
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    • Quality
    • %20fit
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    • None
    The molded section of the carpet is a perfect fit. I had very little to trim. Cutting holes was very difficult. You will need to have a sharp point to get thru the Mass Backed section of the carpet and then put in screws. I found an X-Acto knife worked the best to cut holes for the seats and seat belts.

    Nice quality, good fit!

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    5.00 out of 5
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    Mass backing helps the kit lay and line up, and the sturdy pre-mold is pretty much dead on. Trimming the edges gets a bit tricky, but for a custom fit regardless of interior options, it needs to be that way.

    One weird thing is the edges where the 2 pieces meet in the middle. The finished edge is on the front section, but is supposed to go UNDER the unfinished edge from the rear section.
    (according to the vid and Ford Manual). That leaves an unfinshed, funky looking edge, which is mostly hidden under the seats and console, unless you do not have a console.

    The pre-mold does not lay as well if you choose to put the finished edge from the front on top (as I did, not having a center console, it looked better), but it will still fit OK.

    Carpet

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    5.00 out of 5
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    Very nice quality product and great to have a video to show how to install.

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