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Old 04-17-2008, 10:09 AM
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All Weather Liner with pedal covers

Just wondering if anyone has any issues with using the all weather liner (BMW branded / original WeatherTech) and pedal covers (such as ACS/Hamann/BMW Pedals Stainless Steel).

I'm sure there won't be any problems with the all weather mat, but the liners look like they are slightly come up where the accelarator is at. With the additoinal of a pedal cover is there enough room?
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Old 04-17-2008, 10:35 AM
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None - there is enough room!
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Thanxs! I really like the lines and look of the liners over the mats. But I definitely want to accentuate the interior with some ACS pedals and dead pedal. Just was concerned with fit and whether too much is covered with the rise of the mats. But as long as they fit. Then it's all good.
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The fit fine.... they do cover up the dead pedal about 1/3 of the way up but not a biggy. I have taken out the weather techs (as winter is over) and have put in some rubber mats. The liners in the front are hard and for the summer - you want something the looks a little more nicer and provides the same protection. I've left the liners in the second and third row as they work well (1 piece with good protection).
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