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  • Cargo/Boot Floor Mat???

    Hi All

    I just purchased a second hand ZR. Looking through EBay, Gumtree...and searching this forum, I can't seem to find a mat for the shorty.

    Has anyone purchased a cargo/boot mat for their shorty and care to share where they have purchased it from.

    Cheers

    Nick

  • #2
    I've seen some boot mats at Supercheap, but they are universal and one has to cut it to shape. They have guide lines for cutting them to fit.
    https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/...mm/385501.html

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    • #3
      Thanks DirkZ, I suspect this is my only option. I'll be going in to City Toyota (Perth) to pick up my OME suspension and will ask parts if there is a ZR/SX boot mat...otherwise the one you suggest looks like my only option.

      I just purchased 3D floor mats off EBay, they fit fantastic on the fronts but the second row the one piece mat doesn't sit so well, waiting on a reply for a refund on the second row floor mats. I suspect they will fit well on a standard wagon second row...

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      • #4
        Confirmed with Toyota, no genuine rear cargo mats for the SWB SX or ZR.

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        • #5
          I just ordered some from sandgrabba floor mats.
          haven't got them yet but they claim to be moulded to fit prefect. Got front, back and a cargo bay one.
          https://nobullaccessories.com.au/pro...ng/sandgrabba/

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          • #6
            Hey Blast

            Are you talking about Sandgrabba for the 5 door or 3 door? I don't think anyone makes the cargo mat for the 3 door I had to buy one of those custom rubber mats where you cut to fit.

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            • #7
              hi mate, yes, sandgrabba make a cargo mat for the SWB. Go to the link Blast put up, go to the Toyota mat, then you put in your model (prado), series (150, auto ,year), then option (Cargo - SWB), cost $170 + freight.

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