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Cut and Sewn or Molded Carpet for my Wagon?

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Cut and Sewn or Molded Carpet for my Wagon?

Post #1 by pikesan » Sun Dec 11, 2011 2:27 am

I think I understand what the molded is... shaped like the floor of the car. Seems like that'd be better than cut and sewn?

What did you guys go with?
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Re: Cut and Sewn or Molded Carpet for my Wagon?

Post #2 by mustang6 » Sun Dec 11, 2011 2:59 am

I've only tried to use cut and sewn carpet once, just because it came with a car I bought once. The fit is nowhere near as nice as molded, which I have always used and will continue to use.
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