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Old 09-30-2022, 12:35 PM   #1
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Floor mats

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Looking for driver and passenger side floor mats for Jayco Greyhawk 27u. Does anyone know where to order them from? Thanks
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Old 09-30-2022, 12:56 PM   #2
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Should just be Ford mats. The floor pan is the same as a regular Ford van. What year??
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Old 09-30-2022, 01:35 PM   #3
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Here is the part number for the front mats: BC2Z-1513086-BA.

If you call a local ford dealer, check and see if he can order them to save on shipping.
The BA on the part number is for Grey and they are only two color options.
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Old 09-30-2022, 01:42 PM   #4
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A word of advice: Check into WeatherTech floor liners. I have them for two vehicles, but not the Jayco. When I need to replace the mats in the Jayco, I'll go with WeatherTech. More expensive but worth it.
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I have had my RV for quite a while now. Regarding the floor mat, I purchased a vinyl high quality mat to protect the carpet but I didn't like it after all, then I purchased one like in the link below which I liked but with time I realized it got dirty just like the original carpet and matts so I then got some weathertech floor liners. However, I never removed my vinyl or carpeted mat so now I have a very thick floor, which is good as the floor was pretty warm when traveling in the summer, but not at all anymore. ~CA

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Weathertech and Husky both make great products. I prefer The Husky premium series. I don't worry about camp dirt inside.
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Weathertech and Husky both make great products. I prefer The Husky premium series. I don't worry about camp dirt inside.
Nor wet boots or shoes.
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Love my Weathertech mats in my last three cars. Mud, snow and sand from the beach all just rinse off. Edges are all raised so spills are contained.

If they say they fit, they fit.
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Side note. Chemical Guys Mat Renew is great for cleaning them. Spray on, agitate, then rinse off. They look like new.
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Not wanting to start a war over this and Weathertech has a local store - but our last few Weathertech mats were not as good as they were years ago. We switched to Husky.
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Go with Weather-Tech- they are the best!! Just give them your series Ford van Chassis & year & they'll have it.

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Weather Tech

Use the Weather Tech on my 2022 Entegra Odyssey and they fit well. Easy to clean as you take them out and wash or vacuum.
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Hello
Looking for driver and passenger side floor mats for Jayco Greyhawk 27u. Does anyone know where to order them from? Thanks
I got mine on amazon, its a Redhawks so I had to find a one piece mat.
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