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B9 front footwell floor liner
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Are the rubberised floor liners for the van cab a rare option? I've been trawling eBay, gumtree et-al to no avail trying to source one to replace the carpet dust/liquid trap that's in my multispace. I've managed to find the mid section behind and under the front seats, but the front section is quite elusive  Huh
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No idea, my van came with carpet all round in the cockpit mate. No rubberised areas and it's a van from new. Maybe try getting a look at a breaker.
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If you just mean the mat and not the insulation . The mats I found easily probably on the bay. Hardish rubber turned up round the perimeter to keep water in presumably. Fitted seem to be lasting well.
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(30-01-2023, 10:14 AM)OMG Wrote:  If you just mean the mat and not the insulation . The mats I found easily probably on the bay. Hardish rubber turned up round the perimeter to keep water in presumably. Fitted seem to be lasting well.

If you look at the picture they posted, it looks like  the entire floor lining with carpet upper and foam core they're talking about.
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Yeah saw that.couldn’t imagine why anybody would want to remove that so thought they might have meant the matting.
(30-01-2023, 10:14 AM)OMG Wrote:  If you just mean the mat and not the insulation . The mats I found easily probably on the bay. Hardish rubber turned up round the perimeter to keep water in presumably. Fitted seem to be lasting well.

If you look at the picture they posted, it looks like  the entire floor lining with carpet upper and foam core they're talking about.
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I know what you mean, unless it was really bad. I just whacked in some rubber mats off Halfords to cover my carpets and they worked a treat. Budget range ones as too mind, but tough as old boots.
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(30-01-2023, 04:59 PM)OMG Wrote:  Yeah saw that.couldn’t imagine why anybody would want to remove that so thought they might have meant the matting.
(30-01-2023, 10:14 AM)OMG Wrote:  If you just mean the mat and not the insulation . The mats I found easily probably on the bay. Hardish rubber turned up round the perimeter to keep water in presumably. Fitted seem to be lasting well.

If you look at the picture they posted, it looks like  the entire floor lining with carpet upper and foam core they're talking about.

After living with Ford Transits for over ten years, going to a van with carpet floor is a bit strange, hence looking for what must have been an option on Berlingo's or maybe only Partners. From experience I know that the carpets end up a congealed mess of dust and inevitably spilled liquids in a work van. Carpet fine and lovely for a civilised passenger car, but not in frontline service in a van. I've found a mid section so the front footwell must exist also you would have thought?
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This is what I've sourced, but the front section still evades detection??


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The front is carpet, even in the vans. I've only ever had vans, currently on my 4th one in the last 11 years and all have been carpeted from new.
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(31-01-2023, 10:21 PM)Zion Wrote:  The front is carpet, even in the vans. I've only ever had vans, currently on my 4th one in the last 11 years and all have been carpeted from new.

So the mid section is known to come in rubberised form, but not the front? I've seen pictures of a rubberised front and definitely of a B9, but none up for sale. Maybe only LHD got that option?
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