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Old 07-12-2015, 03:12 PM   #1
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Talking Mud flaps to protect truck and trailer

Installed a set of Duraflap Mud Flaps today.

Front Install [Model FF 2 11]




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Install went pretty easy. Removing the and reinstalling the rear support bracket was a little more difficult than I expected. Two rear flaps don't quite line up evenly on both sides, not quite sure why. Overall satisfied with the look and quality of the product.

Truck is a 2015 F-250 CC SB Diesel 4x4 with 20" wheels
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Old 07-12-2015, 08:24 PM   #2
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Nice, I put the Huskies on mine. [ATTACH[/ATTACH]
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Old 07-12-2015, 08:40 PM   #3
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@TCNASHVILLE it is hard to tell. Are those low in the back as mine appear?
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Old 07-12-2015, 09:17 PM   #4
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Gives me something else to add to mine lol
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Old 07-13-2015, 02:59 PM   #5
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Here's a set of rock guards homemade for my truck. They slide into the OE hitch and are held in place with snap pins. Click image for larger version

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QUOTE=norty1;321295]Here's a set of rock guards homemade for my truck. They slide into the OE hitch and are held in place with snap pins. Attachment 19193[QUOTE]





Very nice job & they look great. I have the Rock Tamers & they work well to...
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@TCNASHVILLE it is hard to tell. Are those low in the back as mine appear?
I don't think so, but they do a pretty good of protecting the running boards and tailpipe. I looked at quite a few and the Huskies had the right price and they were molded to fit the wheel wells with just a screw in application. Life time guarantee as well.
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Norti1, great idea! Did you use box tubing to slide inside or piece of flat stock? I have the same truck and thinking how to take up for the space inside the tube to keep the flap sturdy.
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Norti1, great idea! Did you use box tubing to slide inside or piece of flat stock? I have the same truck and thinking how to take up for the space inside the tube to keep the flap sturdy.
It is a piece of angle iron with a bend to match the angle of the hitch tube. Just bolted rubber mat from Tractor Supply on it with a piece of flat stock to hold it in place. On the exhaust side, there is a metal baffle to keep the exhaust off the rubber flap. I cut the rubber to ride 1 inch off the pavement when I am loaded.

If you want some more pics, I'll be glad to provide.
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I would appreciate some more pics. So it would be like a 2.5" light weight angle iron, heat and bend it to make it straight?

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