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Old 05-06-2014, 08:24 AM   #11
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i didnt want mud flaps and i didnt want to drill, so i ordered these. dont have them on yet but ill post some pics when i do. designed to block that area where the front tires throw all the crud. mount up with factory bolt locations, no drilling.
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i didnt want mud flaps and i didnt want to drill, so i ordered these. dont have them on yet but ill post some pics when i do. designed to block that area where the front tires throw all the crud. mount up with factory bolt locations, no drilling.
http://www.off-roadperformanceandacc...olt-On-002.htm

Damn it! those are pretty ingenious... Would love those but I will have better overall day to day satisfaction from mud flaps... only because when I'm not intentionally making things dirty I like to keep them clean and driving in the rain is the the killer for me. Mud flaps will give me less work on wash days.
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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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you can also get a molded set from the ford dealer...thats what i plan for mine
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Yep put the replacement on the other week.
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i didnt want mud flaps and i didnt want to drill, so i ordered these. dont have them on yet but ill post some pics when i do. designed to block that area where the front tires throw all the crud. mount up with factory bolt locations, no drilling.
http://www.off-roadperformanceandacc...olt-On-002.htm
finally got em on. supposed to rain tomorrow so ill see how they perform. look pretty factory.





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Let us know, I definitely like the looks better, but from your pics it looks like crude will still get thrown up, but as long as it misses the door handles....also what are you running, screw/scab?
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Those are pretty cool.
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Let us know, I definitely like the looks better, but from your pics it looks like crude will still get thrown up, but as long as it misses the door handles....also what are you running, screw/scab?
scab. see my itty bitty sig pic
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