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post #1 of 28 Old 10-30-2012, 05:57 AM Thread Starter
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Mud Flaps

Just picked up a 2012 F-350 CC Dually. What are you guys running for mudflaps? I like a clean simple look but want protection too. I ran for years on my 2004 F-350 without them but the backroads take a toll on the paint and want to keep this one protected. Please post up some pics if you have them. What about the Ford molded ones, the Huskys and the weather-tech?

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If you need mud flaps i can order you some! cheap prices. I personally love tamers on duallys.
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I still need to install these. They are from One Up Offroad. You can buy them from Trucktoyzperformance!

These are for the front but will work fine for the back of the truck.





I have a larger setup for the rear of the truck that incorporates my hitch. Need to have a larger lift to run that setup.

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You will get some axle wrap with a heavy trailer, I can feel it when towing my gooseneck with some heavy equipment. My Deavers will wrap enough to make the tires rub the front of the rear fender well if I give it too much throttle on aceleration.
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I run Dura-flaps on mine. Love them!!

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Layson, those OUO flaps are the best I have seen. I dont see them on there website did you just call to order them.? Thanks
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They are even nicer in person. I would start with calling Truck Toyz and talking with Marty. They are not on trucktoyz website, but they are on the OUO website. They are a new product that OUO has. If you can't get them from Marty call up Dave at One Up Offroad.


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DuraFlap has great full size mud flaps for the rear and the front. They are drill-less so you do not have any new rust spots on you truck, and they are easy to install straight.
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I also have duraflaps, will have pictures on Friday when I finally get them on lol


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Horsemover,

As requested here are the fronts. Also the LFT mud flaps.
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+1 for duraflaps....

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