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Old 10-23-2017, 08:47 PM
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Default Mud flaps/splash guards

Looking to purchase a set before the snow flies. What have you purchased? Pros/Cons?
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Weathertech no drill are great.
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I second the Weathertechs.
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I have the Husky one that go in the factory locations. no complaints.
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weathertech no drills here too. they look kinda weird for their size, but no complaints on performance.
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Any of you guys have pics? Flap pics, that is.
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I went with the Ford "splash guards"; installation was easy, they blend into the body lines quite well (IMO), and at least so far, I haven't had any problems with catching them on obstacles. They do seem to catch a fair bit of snow/ice buildup, and I assume they would do the same with certain types of mud, but I have yet to get enough buildup to interfere with the wheel.



They definitely don't eliminate splatter, but they help.

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I went with the Ford mud flaps.
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Plus on the Weathertech, great fit and easy install.
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