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Old 06-26-2010, 01:08 PM
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New mudflaps are on!

Needed to have some mudflaps to protect my trailer. These turned out great.



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Old 06-26-2010, 03:45 PM
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Cool deal!

Those Toyos look mean as all get out!
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digital pics are amazing huh? I didn't think the lettering would be so sharp!
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Dura flaps?
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Dura flaps?
Yes, Duraflaps. I have been checking out His website for a few months, and didn't realize, He is just down the road.
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Old 06-26-2010, 05:21 PM
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look nice! I ordered the plain stainless for mine, should be here on Monday.
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I love mine!! I got the back ones to protect my 5th Wheel. The front ones to protect my nerf bars.

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On since April '09

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On since April '07 - still look good.
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Those look sweet!!! Really nice job.
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I love mine!! I got the back ones to protect my 5th Wheel. The front ones to protect my nerf bars.

Front:
On since April '09

Rear:
On since April '07 - still look good.
Still looking good after numerous years. That's what I was hoping for. Might look into the fronts now that I see yours on. I have the KR running boards, so I wasn't sure about needing them on the front.

Thanks for posting those pics!
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Old 06-27-2010, 03:34 PM
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No problem - I bought the Duraflaps because I felt they were the best quality.

I haven't been disappointed in having them. The rubber has held up well and the stainless has too. I treat the rubber with the same stuff I use on my tires and I've used metal polish on the stainless from time to time. Very impressed.
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