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6 seater rear trunk all weather mat

Discussion in 'Model X' started by Jeweladdict, Oct 23, 2020.

  1. Jeweladdict

    Jeweladdict New Member

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    I bought the 3d maxpider for 1st 2nd and 3rd row but I can't find matching trunk mats anywhere. Do they even exist? Where can I get them? If not, what are you guys using?
     
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    mjptech Being cyberbullied by TMC users PhilDavid + DCEV

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    3D Maxpider does have a trunk mat.. check Amazon.

    All Weather Floor Mats 3dMAXspider or ToughPro?
     
  3. Jeweladdict

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    Doesn't seem to be in stock anywhere :(
     
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    Jeweladdict New Member

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    M1TL0011309 is the 2017 model number. I can't find one for 2020 or 2021. Anyone know if it will fit?
     
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    mjptech Being cyberbullied by TMC users PhilDavid + DCEV

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    There hasn't been a redesign for the rear that would impact the fit, so, you are good to go.
     
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    Got mine off Amazon, my only gripe is that I haven’t figured a way to have it stay back there and fold when I put the seats up. It’s great when they’re down though
     
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    mjptech Being cyberbullied by TMC users PhilDavid + DCEV

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    Check out the link I posted a couple of replies up - I posted some pictures of it shortly after getting it last year.. It does take some "origami" to get it to stay (and, no, it won't stay up on its own - you may need to use a piece of Velcro or other hook/loop fastener - as it will collapse under its own weight).
     

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