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post #1 of 7 Old 11-12-2012, 07:57 AM Thread Starter
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wheres a good place to buy aftermarket mud flaps. Black ones that protect well. I'm tired of getting white paint chips on my nice black truck
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I went with Duraflaps. They are 3/8ths thick, don't sail and come with Stainless steel weights or plain.

Mud Flaps For Pick Up Trucks SUVs by DuraFlap

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Mud Flaps

Here is a thread for you. I have the ones from One Up Offroad.

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I just installed duraflaps on my 6.7 and love 'em!
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Take a look at the drill-less DuraFlap mud flaps. So easy to install. They not only cover the bottom of your truck, they also cover the inside of the rear wheel well, keeping the mud and snow from being thrown up into the bumper.
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i would recommend SharpTruck.com they have a line of Ford Logo flaps, anything from the Ford oval to the Powerstroke Logo


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