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What ever happened to the floor mat fasteners that were supposed to be made a few months back. I was waiting for some news since 3 are now broken, but never heard anything from anybody.
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What ever happened to the floor mat fasteners that were supposed to be made a few months back. I was waiting for some news since 3 are now broken, but never heard anything from anybody.
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I believe they are ready, I saw a thread on this recently on ls1gto.com w/ pictures. Seemed expensive, but looked nice.
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thanks I will have to go check them out.
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I went to a car wash two months ago and when I was driving away I looked down and saw that my floormat had been ripped and the fastener was nowhere to be found. After close inspection I saw all the floormats had been ripped out and found only one fastener. I immediately did a u-turn and went right back to the carwash. I figured it was my fault for not warning them but how did it happen to all four? The carwash agreed to buy new floormats and fasteners which is a good thing because the grand total was $400 and change!
I know it is off the subject I just thought the price of the floormats and fasteners was a little excessive.

BTW, I wash the car myself now.
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Oh yeah, I would be interested in some too.
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I went to a car wash two months ago and when I was driving away I looked down and saw that my floormat had been ripped and the fastener was nowhere to be found. After close inspection I saw all the floormats had been ripped out and found only one fastener. I immediately did a u-turn and went right back to the carwash. I figured it was my fault for not warning them but how did it happen to all four? The carwash agreed to buy new floormats and fasteners which is a good thing because the grand total was $400 and change!
I know it is off the subject I just thought the price of the floormats and fasteners was a little excessive.

BTW, I wash the car myself now.
Same, i have one fastner left, i lost all three of them after getting my car washed on three seperate occasions. Now i know that i have to remove my one fastner before i go. Makes me laugh that im trying so hard to hang onto the last one, when i know its a gonner in time.

I always seem to tip them before i notice, bastards!
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I have only taken my car to a wash twice since I didn't feel like doing it myself and they actually found one that was missing and put it back in the way it is supposed to go.
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Yeah all of mine are missing. If anyone has a link to the ls1forum page thing. It would be awesome.
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water works vacumed mine up, bastards
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water works vacumed mine up, bastards
Water works always screws stuff up. They did the same thing to mine. That was the one time i used them too.
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