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Old 02-12-2019, 05:40 PM
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Originally Posted by SHO4CY View Post




Duraflap no drill. I got the longer version but you can get custom sizes and weights too. I got the black powfercoated weights on mine. These are much longer than the Weathertech or Huskys.
They look good! How do they mount up around the front wheels?
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Old 02-12-2019, 05:57 PM
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Originally Posted by 17F150Coyote View Post
They look good! How do they mount up around the front wheels?
They use existing holes and an aluminum bracket as I recall. These are a little cheaper than the gatorbacks as well I think. But they are more expensive than the Weathertech or Husky. Check them out at www.duraflap.com
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Running boards and flaps work well together. The running board actually does more than the flaps to keep mud off the sides of my truck. Different tires also kick up different amounts of crud. A neighbor had Michelin LT tires on his truck that he uses around his dairy and those tires through up everything from mud to gravel along the sides of the truck as soon as he hit the asphalt of the public road.

My Toyota pickups all came standard from the factory with mud flaps but I have always had to add them to my ******, Dodge, Ford, and Chevy trucks. I have had problems with the after market flaps on the rear wells with them getting picked up and rolled onto the top of the tires when backing up in snow or mud.
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I think the Weathertechs look the best.







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Originally Posted by SPOAT View Post
I think the Weathertechs look the best.






Yup, pics of your truck were part of the reason I went with those over the Husky or OEM guards.
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I did the Husky guards and wheel well liners, and like them both. I think those or the Weathertechs would be fine, and relatively easy to install.
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