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Overmats moving


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Hello,

996 C2 '99 Coupe

My drivers side overmat keeps slipping forward.

The velcro topped disc that attaches to the floor that hold the mat down keeps popping out of the hole. The 'self-tapping' thread on the disc doesn't seem to grip anymore when screwed in - I think the hole has been worn bigger?

I don't think it is the disc at fault, I have compared it from one on the passenger side.

Any tips or tricks to get it to stay put?

Regards,

Koenig

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Hello,

996 C2 '99 Coupe

My drivers side overmat keeps slipping forward.

The velcro topped disc that attaches to the floor that hold the mat down keeps popping out of the hole.  The 'self-tapping' thread on the disc doesn't seem to grip anymore when screwed in - I think the hole has been worn bigger?

I don't think it is the disc at fault, I have compared it from one on the passenger side.

Any tips or tricks to get it to stay put?

Regards,

Koenig

I'm not sure I understand what an overmat is? Are you speaking of the floor mat? Is that what is moving?

If it is, you can buy a metal mat spring clip at an auto parts store that grabs the mat on one end and on the other end of the clip are two curved pins which slide and lock into the carpet below the mat. I use these on my cross country and they work very well. They are about $5.00 for a pair.

Jim

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