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If you are on an extreme budget these would be better than nothing.
But you can get a full set of Husky liners for $150 that offer much better protection and look considerably better.
I think the extra $50 would be money well spent, especially if you plan on owning the truck for many years.

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If you are on an extreme budget these would be better than nothing.
But you can get a full set of Husky liners for $150 that offer much better protection and look considerably better.
I think the extra $50 would be money well spent, especially if you plan on owning the truck for many years.

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The Husky and Smartliners look very similar. I did not want my RL named after a toolbox so I chose Smartliner.
 

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If you are on an extreme budget these would be better than nothing.
But you can get a full set of Husky liners for $150 that offer much better protection and look considerably better.
I think the extra $50 would be money well spent, especially if you plan on owning the truck for many years.

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I've had the Husky liners, and I don't think they're that much better than the OMACs. Additionally, I found the Huskys slippery whereas the OMACs are not.
 
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