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Old 04-22-2014, 03:45 PM   #1
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Biggest complaint after one day of raining is how much road trash is on the side if the truck. I need mudflaps/splashguards ASAP. Any recommendations? I prefer bolt up versions without drilling. Thanks for your inputs.
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I put on Vortex. They do screw in though. I broke one when off roading but they have a lifetime warranty and will replace them regardless the reason.
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Just realized this was the Raptor forum. Sorry! Not sure if they are available.

I put Weathertec no drills on my front wheels. Very happy with the look and the job they do keeping crud off my steps. Take about 5 mins to install.

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Just realized this was the Raptor forum. Sorry! Not sure if they are available. I put Weathertec no drills on my front wheels. Very happy with the look and the job they do keeping crud off my steps. Take about 5 mins to install.
Yeah, that ain't no raptor tire, that's for sure! :-)
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Yeah everything I've found you have to drill the front which I was trying to avoid. Don't know why there is no market for these.
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I got the Vortex from Amazon. Great flaps.
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Vortex, gonna get this one replaced.
Didn't last through the rough stuff. :-)
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I just bought Vortex as well for mine. In the Raptor only Forum website they are mentioning using these with double sided tape. That's my plan and hopefully they'll be installed this week.

Get the larger size "C" for front and back. Someone else got the "B" size on the front and "C" on the back and they said they were still getting too much bypass on the front.

I bought these mainly because it sucks it throws mud and such all the way up to the door handle without hardly even trying to get dirty...
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Well I found the ones I want.

http://www.sharptruck.com/p/1075/tru...hicleMake=ford

Only problem they dont list Hawaii at check out. Waiting to hear back on if they can ship out here. I saw them over here http://www.fordraptorforum.com/f65/b...04/index4.html

Truck hardware makes them and they are in Canada. Sharp truck sells them in the US
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I mounted mine on the front today and they worked great, no more mud/crude around the door handle. I do wish they were just a bit shorter, but I could trim them if I really wanted. Figure I'll see if they grow on me...
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