Off center holes in mopar floormats

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Is a hole in the mopar floor mat this off center acceptable? It was the first thing I noticed taking it out of the box and it immediately irritated me.





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Here it is

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Here it is

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I had the same thing. You can pry the plastic centre piece and it will separate into two pieces. One on top that you see in your picture and one underneath. There are little spikes in each piece that bite into the rubber when assembled. I repositioned mine in the centre and pushed the two pieces back together in a vice to get a tight fit. I used a socket on each side to make sure I only pressed on the centre pieces and not on the mat itself.
 

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Exactly my point, then you get the drain plug applying upward force so you have abnormality awaiting Catastrophe . which mat is that?
 

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