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Does anyone know where to get ISF mats at a good price? Dealers don't seem to stock them. Wondering if and online store might have them.:confused:
 

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Also if you are wearing through your mats, I made a plate for the heel area of the mat to prevent wear. Just a thought, the ISF mats are much thinner than my old IS mats, which had a nice thick area under the heel.

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Zanik,
set of 4 IS-F black mats OEM Lexus. $125.00. I can have them to me in 1 day.
let me know by PM or e-mail.

Thanks,

Doug
 

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I have Lexus OEM all weather mats that are specifically for the IS-F as well if that is what your looking for. These are really nice all weather mats if your in that type of climate. I'm sure that any of the "F" owners that have them will tell you the same.
 

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I have Lexus OEM all weather mats that are specifically for the IS-F as well if that is what your looking for. These are really nice all weather mats if your in that type of climate. I'm sure that any of the "F" owners that have them will tell you the same.
I have the all weather mats and I agree with everything Doug said. They have been great so far and are holding up really well. I would consider getting a set if your really wearing through the ones you have now.

Doug, for reference, how much are the all weather mats? I can't remember what I paid...
 

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I actually have both mats. My IS-F mats are under my Lexus all-weather mats (overprotective I guess). I wanted the all-weather mats to begin with, eventhough the car came with the IS-F mats. The dealer just gave me the all-weather mats for free. :)
 

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My gripe with the Lexus Accessory All Weather Mats is that they tend to wear out faster under the heel portion. The rubberized/plastic material is pretty weak and will show signs of wear overtime. I had these on my 2007 GS350 and loved them, but as soon as they started wearing out on the heel section, it is keeping me from buying them for my F. I do have exact mats (Clear mats) on top of my OEM F floormats. I need to ask Lexus and see if they would be willing to make an F specific all weather mat.
 

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I've had the WeatherTech mats in my last two cars and I've been really happy with them. My last car (04 Acura TL) the mats looked pretty good even after nearly 5 years. The only thing I had a little trouble with was getting them completely clean. The grooves are so deep, its hard to get all of the junk out.

Jeff
08 Smoky Granite Mica IS-F
 

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i have lexus oem mats, i think the guy i knew he gave them to me complimentary with the car, go talk to your dealership sales guy and he might be able to hook you up, its not the regular cloth mats, its the all season floor mats.
 

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I am ashamed to provide pics of my F covered in salt and sand (it's a sad sight) With another 6" of snow today it will be a few days until it is presentable at which time I will take some and post.

P.S. looking forward to seeing the finished Engine Cover.
 

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I'll take some pics of the all weather ones in the F this weekend (I was planning on taking some pics of the car with new mods anyways).

These are the ones I got only for the F. I've had them for about 5 months and so far so good quality wise. I haven't noticed any wear and tear under the heel yet :cool:

http://www.sewellpartsonline.com/parts_detail.asp?id=87728&all=Y
 

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hmm, I like the rear mat too,
I tend to use my f like a a pickup sometimes haha.
 

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