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post #1 of 5 Old 03-30-2014, 06:16 AM Thread Starter
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WI winter...

Anybody have pics of their splash guards (AKA mud flaps) on their 2005-2007 Super Duty. Finally warm enough to hand wash the truck yesterday and found some new chips in paint and some sort of grease flung up the side. I have been holding off on putting these on, but some of the molded types don't look too bad. Last year I had the doors fixed and sprayed with Line-X on the lower 1 inch exterior , inside and rocker panels. But this winter has been really hard on it, and I lost my place where I could hand wash it inside, so I was stuck with automatic car washes all winter.
Trying to make it last, but I think the WI winters will kill it before anything else.
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I agree with the whole Wisconsin winter thing. After this winter, i have to get the truck repainted. Subscribed!



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I bought a set of Husky Liners splash guards. I put them on and I think it looks pretty decent. The fit, form and install is really good. I will post some pics as soon as it stops snowing....yes snow in April in WI....ugh.

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I know. This morning i was shocked to wake up to 3 inches on everything. Really ready for spring!



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I'm ordering the weather tech mud flaps. I saw them on a guys truck at work and they looked like factory and required no drilling. If they're even close to as good as the floor liners then I'll be a happy camper.

The big + for me is they're made in the USA. (About an hour away from me)

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