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Discuss the cabin from the headliner to the carpeting of your Astro or Safari van. Topics include door panels, and seat belts or the dash and carpet, trim, and seats. Talk about your center console, seats, door handles, upholstery, steering wheels or any other item in the cab of your van.
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Floor mats

January 18th 2020, 5:46am

I know this has been asked before but it’s been a while so I thought I’d see if anyone has found a place for floor mats that fit. I just finished my np233 swap and now my 5 kids are bringing all sorts of mud and snow into the carpet. I need a solution for floor mats in all 3 rows

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January 18th 2020, 6:05am

Use the net,such as GM parts direct, find part numbers, then search net. There are still some out there. Otherwise, wrecking yard.

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January 18th 2020, 4:15pm

for the back go to home depot and buy the clear runners it comes in rolls-works great on flat surface floors .

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January 18th 2020, 4:28pm

When I got my van I laid down a $60 area rug from Ollie's discount bargain basement. Over the years I've found matching factory floor mats at the junk yard, I think I've spent maybe $4 for the set- both fronts, middle, and rear. I also have a carpet mat from our old Villager in there too, it fits pretty well behind the front seats.

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January 18th 2020, 6:00pm

Thanks everyone, unfortunately there’s only one wrecking yard around here and they’ve not had an Astro on there lot in over a year. Most of there vehicles get shipped out sooner rather than later to the recycle. I’ve done a fair bit of online searching and haven’t found anything worth having. Honestly I’d like to do the whole floor in vinyl. Thought about ripping it all out and rhino lining it but the road noise is already pretty bad with the 30” mudder’s I’m running. I found this place this morning and will probably give them a call today to see if it actually fits.

https://www.roadworksauto.com/2001-chev ... -vinyl.htm

I’ll let you know how it turns out lease I’ll be going the Home Depot route

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January 18th 2020, 6:30pm

Better yet I just found this!
https://www.ocautocarpets.com/product/1 ... -complete/
And you can get in Vinyl! Looks like I’ll be tearing out the carpet and pad, addind a sound deadener and pad and going vynil

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January 19th 2020, 4:16am

Sounds like a good deal. Thanks for sharing it.

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January 20th 2020, 5:13pm

I bookmarked this site I came across this site a while back. I haven't used it, but it looks promising.



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January 20th 2020, 6:52pm

The weather tech ones for our vans are absolutely NOT worth the $...

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February 18th 2020, 2:19am

First time posting so apologies if I make an error here, but...

I'm also having the same problem finding floor mats. I have found a few used on ebay:

( https://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-Genera ... 4599621212 )

But not sure if they fit nicely? Or would really help stop water from getting to the carpet, as there's no lip on these.

Anyone have photos or a purchase link to the weather tech option? I can't seem to find them.

Or photos and advice for cutting rubber to size at home?

Thanks everyone !

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June 28th 2020, 11:48pm

Before I pull the trigger on a vinyl replacement for my front carpet. Does anyone know of a Canadian source for the moulded replacements? With the exchange rate and $130 for shipping it’s starting to get expensive. Anyone have a diy solution? The under pad in front is soaked, the air feels better in the van now that I’ve pulled out the rear carpet, but knowing how bad it was in the rear I want to pull the front one as well. The moisture rusted out my seat bases. I’ll be replacing them soon and sort of what to ditch the old carpet while the seats are out.

Thanks all!

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July 31st 2020, 7:38am

Rock Auto has all options posts above are looking for.

Except rubber cargo liner mats which I'm looking for. I've stripped out the carpets and want to lay fitted rubber, ideally 1/4" or thicker. Any sources for this?
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