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Ideas for Front Mud Flaps?

I'm running 315/75/r16 BFG ATs on my '95 f-250 right now and they stick out about a half inch from the fender and they fling some serious mud up the side of my truck. That I'm not TOO worried about but its all the gravel that gets flung against the bottom of my panels that really bothers me- they've taken a good beating already and I'm going to put some of the same size Toyo M/Ts on by the end of summer and maybe some axle spacers to stop rubbing so the problem can only get worse.. I'm just wondering how anyone dealt with this problem before. Any ideas for mounting flaps in the front etc.? Thanks!
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