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    I have genuine car mats in my Vec the ones that say vectra in white. Is there anything i can put as a heal pad thanks.

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    Maybe buy a cheap set from tesco or what ever and use some double sided tape to hold in place

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc vectra sri View Post
    I have genuine car mats in my Vec the ones that say vectra in white. Is there anything i can put as a heal pad thanks.
    You will find in 12 months or less they have rubbed through, discussed to death on here.

    Better to buy a thick piece of rubber heavy duty and cut to shape this will out live the car.!!

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    I bought some mats from Fleebay for less then £20 ad they have a drivers heel pad fitted.

    They are just plain mats with no writing on them, they were supposed to be seconds, but I couldnt find any faults and they fit onto the locating posts on the floor.

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    I bought some cheapo mats from Ikea (50p each) which fit nicely over the fitted mats. Ok they don't match but it saves muck and mud etc from getting onto the Vx mats. Just throw them away and replace with another 50p worth when they get grubby.


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    I have the mats, and on top use an old pair of Summit rear rubber and carpet ones they seem to have saved my mats rather well for the past 15 months with no wear showing.

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    Ive had mine over a year and not worn through, done about 12,000 miles

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    Just buy a cheap square rubber mat from Halfords, the ones that have the rubber studs in the back, this will stop it wearing and also keep the mat from getting excessively dirty and wet

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