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Has anyone noticed the the rear cargo mat has no cutouts so you can use the hooks to secure stuff. That's sucks
Correct, I've never used the floor hooks in any of my other vehicles so I pleased they didn't have the cutouts, my wrangler OEM mat doesn't either.
 
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Then how are you suppose to user them if you need them? strap a cooler in on a trip etc.
 

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Then how are you suppose to user them if you need them? strap a cooler in on a trip etc.
I think you're supposed to cut them out if you want to use them.
 

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Agree...kinda sucks that's there isn't a opening to squeeze the hooks through. Defeats the purpose of the mats and there's no preformed area to cut out... 😏
 

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Yes, I have noticed that. Another couple things I have noticed is that my rear brace between the bars does not appear to be carbon fiber. Was that only a carbon option with the carbon package? I thought the carbon package was just the shifter, steering wheel, and grab handles. I also was looking at my paddle shifters today and I have read they were to be magnesium. They definitely feel like plastic to me. Maybe I just don't know what magnesium feels like. When I tap them there is no ting sound.
 

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Yes, I have noticed that. Another couple things I have noticed is that my rear brace between the bars does not appear to be carbon fiber. Was that only a carbon option with the carbon package? I thought the carbon package was just the shifter, steering wheel, and grab handles. I also was looking at my paddle shifters today and I have read they were to be magnesium. They definitely feel like plastic to me. Maybe I just don't know what magnesium feels like. When I tap them there is no ting sound.
Magnesium is extremely light and can feel like plastic. I have the carbon fiber interior and have looked at my rear brace. It appears to be carbon fiber to me. It's not a dry weave style like the interior pieces. All Bronco Raptors should have the same brace regardless of the interior trim.
 

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Yes, I have noticed that. Another couple things I have noticed is that my rear brace between the bars does not appear to be carbon fiber. Was that only a carbon option with the carbon package? I thought the carbon package was just the shifter, steering wheel, and grab handles. I also was looking at my paddle shifters today and I have read they were to be magnesium. They definitely feel like plastic to me. Maybe I just don't know what magnesium feels like. When I tap them there is no ting sound.

Magnesium is extremely light and can feel like plastic. I have the carbon fiber interior and have looked at my rear brace. It appears to be carbon fiber to me. It's not a dry weave style like the interior pieces. All Bronco Raptors should have the same brace regardless of the interior trim.
Correct, the paddles are Magnesium, very light, strong, and expensive. The rear brace is carbon fiber but has a plastic cover over the carbon fiber, apparently to reduce costs. The plastic cover is the same material and metallic finish as the fender flares.
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