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Striker
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Striker Oct 23, 4:01am - #54909 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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Does Anyonce Know Where To Purchase The Chrome Floor Mats From?

I've seen these in some members cars. Just not sure where to get them.

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spaztikid Oct 23, 4:03am - #54910 
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the diamond plated ones?...you can make em...just go to home depot and buy diamond plate, trace your existing mats and cut, then bend.

You can buy them on the internet but it'll cost ya like 150+...cant remember where.
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VeilSide2K2GT Oct 23, 4:04am - #54911 
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RoMkApOmKa Oct 23, 5:34am - #54912 

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Check eBay... $60
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Virgilson Oct 23, 9:00am - #54913 

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Yeah Check Home Depot...just outline what you want and cut/bend the rest off.


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GTSHYPR Oct 23, 4:41pm - #54914 
2002 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GTS
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Cut your own. I just bought some from usspeed.com and the drivers and the passenges are OK. The only problem is that the back mats are only 18.5"L and 8.5"W. They're about 5" short and they are just rectangles. The stock rear mats are like a "T" shape and the piece to fit over the dead pedal was cut backwards. I don't really recommend buying them. I got ripped on mine. angry Save your money and do it yourself. I wish I did. cry

I'm gonna take your little Civic. Dust it off. Turn it sideways and stick it straight up you candy A*s.
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UFCELI Oct 23, 5:06pm - #54915 

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What would you use to cut diamond plate? Do you need a saw is could you use some kind of industrial cutter? Also, would the edges be really sharp?

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GTSHYPR Oct 23, 5:17pm - #54916 
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I would think that you could cut it with metal sheers. They're like giant scissors. Or you might be able to cut it with a dremal tool and just change the bits so you can smooth the edges. You would have to find a bit that would be able to cut the aluminum. It would still be cheaper to buy the tools and the diamond plate and do it yourself than to order them. Plus you will know that it's done the way you want.

I'm gonna take your little Civic. Dust it off. Turn it sideways and stick it straight up you candy A*s.
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IcEd blUe Oct 23, 8:39pm - #54917 

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nopi sells very nice ones but if i were you i'd make my own
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