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post #21 of 35 (permalink) Old 03-06-2017, 10:16 PM
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Here are some pictures I dug up of the Crystal Blue replacement full carpet set I got for my 1993 XLT if anyone is interested. This set came from OC Auto Carpets (ACC brand). I found the quality and fit to be awesome!

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Thanks Mikey350.

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It seems that ACC carpets might be a good choice. I've read that people have had problems with the fitting of the carpets in the front hump area. Does anyone have a solution for that?

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I had asked OC Carpets about the fitment and they explained that each carpet was moulded to an original floorpan. I was also told that there are slight differences between model years, for example, there is some slight difference between the 1993 and 1995 (unexplained as to exactly what), but that's what I was told. So just make sure you order the correct year. I didn't have any issues with the hump and the fit was perfect in that area, so I'm not sure what other people had problems with.

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It seems that ACC carpets might be a good choice. I've read that people have had problems with the fitting of the carpets in the front hump area. Does anyone have a solution for that?
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Thanks csilvestri. I'll post how I make out when I get the carpet installed.

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AWESOME info guys. I'm thinking about doing my carpet/s this summer, going in this month for hip replacement surgery so I'll be down for a while. I got a few maintenance issues I'll have to deal with when I'm back on my feet.......where should I look for a new headliner?

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Got my ACC carpet from @RockAuto installed today. I am very pleased with the fit and it seems to be good quality heavy carpet. There are a couple small areas where it's a little loose on either side of the hump, but they're not noticeable and not a big deal. There was about 3" to spare on each side.

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Looks pretty good.
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ACC from Rockauto

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Anyone ever try dyeing their carpet?

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Dying the carpet is probably more trouble than its worth.
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Dying the carpet is probably more trouble than its worth.
Yeah after looking into it more I agree.

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AWESOME info guys. I'm thinking about doing my carpet/s this summer, going in this month for hip replacement surgery so I'll be down for a while. I got a few maintenance issues I'll have to deal with when I'm back on my feet.......where should I look for a new headliner?

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Headliner - I took mine out of my '94 and had it recovered. You could do it yourself if your handy. I had my sunvisors redone too with the same material.

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Can anyone tell me if when I replace my carpet, will I have to glue it in place? I haven't removed the old carpet yet.

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Varies. If you glue it down, it's pretty permanent. Every time I've put in carpet, I just lay it in and the strips and seats hold it all down in place. I've replaced some carpets in vehicles before that were glued down though and it wasn't the easiest.

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