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what do you suggest? mud flaps for front and rear!

okay guys im looking for some mud flaps like for the front and rear, dont need anything expensive, just looking for some that look good looking for black, and they do the job! mines not a 4x4 so im really not mudding all the time at all lol just need them tryna get all the tar off and keep it off!!

What do you guys suggest? keep in mind im looking at cheaper ones so nothing to expensive lol maybe 15 20 a pair something like that

Thanks guys!!
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i know the napa by my place has solid black big rig mud flaps...i bought one of them and cut it in half. i think it was around 12-20 bucks. real cheap.

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any pep boys, o'reillys or anything like that should have a cheap solution
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I personally like the plastic molded ones (built for our trucks) you get from your Ford dealer. A lot better looking than the plain rubber ones IMO. I think they are like $45 a set ($45 for front and another $45 for rear). I don't think that is too bad, but maybe more than you are looking at spending.

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I personally like the plastic molded ones (built for our trucks) you get from your Ford dealer. A lot better looking than the plain rubber ones IMO. I think they are like $45 a set ($45 for front and another $45 for rear). I don't think that is too bad, but maybe more than you are looking at spending.

yeah honestly thats the ones im looking at the plastic molded ones, but there are many aftermarket ones for less than half that a pair, its just finding the ones you like! lol i need to check autozone and orielys, because i found the ones i like on the internet but at 17 a set and then 20 shipping a set lol gets kinda close to the OEM prices lol so i either gotta find some good shipping prices or just deal with something i can get at a retail store..

if anybody knows of a good place online thatd be awesome
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Huksyliners has molded ones. I found them the cheapest on the summit site. .

Husky Liners 56511 - Husky Custom-Molded Mud Flaps - Overview - SummitRacing.com

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i have a set of (4) the factory mud flaps
i used them for a bout 10,000 miles before i lifted my truck
$40+shipping
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X2 on husky i have them and i think they look the best


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yeah i like the huskys they are my 2nd choice at the moment, but im most likely going to be buying those factory ones from chillls
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