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Old 09 January 2018, 10:20 AM   #1  
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After a set - well driver's side only of course for a hatch STi

Any recommendations of where to go. After some dark ones, not the bright blue. STi embroidery, fixing clip holes etc. Have looked through some old threads, but they are quite old

The scoobyworld ones look pretty good, but they are 75

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Old 09 January 2018, 03:46 PM   #2  
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I was looking at getting some of these :

http://www.subarupartsstore.co.uk/in...5efg300rh.html
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I was looking at getting some of these :

http://www.subarupartsstore.co.uk/in...5efg300rh.html
Deep pockets indeed

But they do look good
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www.simplycarmats.co.uk
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Thanks Techno

They don't seem to put the securing clip hole in the right place. Their's is in the centre of the driver's, whereas we need door side location
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They were a perfect match for my Bug & Blobeye (securing hole in the right place). Can't comment on the Hatch though.

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Seen some original WRX ones on ebay but left hand drive.
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Deep pockets indeed

But they do look good
The OEM mats come with a bracket (that mounts under the seat) for retaining the drivers mat in the right place

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Can't be doing with mat that slide about. In my newage I have some rubber mats. Not fixed down and move no where.

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Old 10 January 2018, 01:15 PM   #10  
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eBay

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2010-Subar...oAAOSwzppaF8OS
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The OEM mats come with a bracket (that mounts under the seat) for retaining the drivers mat in the right place

Yes you definitely need the bracket, when i bought my car it had genuine mats in but no bracket. The mat slid all over the place, i managed to order the bracket separately though.
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http://subaru-impreza.sgpetch.co.uk/...arpets/id=3734
I have these in my hatch fit perfect and are subaru ones
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http://subaru-impreza.sgpetch.co.uk/...arpets/id=3734
I have these in my hatch fit perfect and are subaru ones
Thanks Zippy, they look really good, and a decent price too
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http://subaru-impreza.sgpetch.co.uk/...arpets/id=3734
I have these in my hatch fit perfect and are subaru ones
What does the wording say on the mats?

Is it 'Subaru'

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Say impreza

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Comes with bar that mats cip in to drivers side
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Sorry impreza it says

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Sorry about the dirt not hoovered it in weeks bar clips in then pins sit in holes

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I'm sold

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The underside of then have what feels like plastic spikes to make sure they dont move
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I'm sold
Had scoobyworld and ebsy ones before i always felt they curled up under pedals
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Just ordered a set. THanks for getting the pics too
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Had scoobyworld and ebsy ones before i always felt they curled up under pedals
That's exactly what's happened to mine

I know the types you mean with plastic type 'spikes' underneath - the keep flexible forever which stops all that curling
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Just ordered a set. THanks for getting the pics too
No problem always good to see in a car even if dirty instead of online pic
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