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post #1 of 7 Old 06-24-2014, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
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New mudflaps

I got tired of the cheap dealer advertising rear mudflaps and needed some for the front so I decided to build my own. I ordered four 24" x 30" Polypro mudflaps and a pair of 14" front stainless weights and a pair of 24" rear stainless weights. All total I have less than $150 into this project. The polypro mudflaps are semi-rigid, 1/4" thick and have anti-spray grooves.







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post #2 of 7 Old 06-24-2014, 06:53 PM
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Looks great, but the fronts hang a bit low imho

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Thanks. They are all 7.5" off the ground. Planning ahead for a 3" taller tire.




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Ahh makes sence, they look much lower at the angle, but let's see more piks of that rear bumper mod, I bet those lights make everything like daylight

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Yes they do.

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The new flaps look much better then the old ones, kinda classy

Those lights are extremely bright

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I like good flaps, I'm not a fan of Fords molded plastic crap, the new one's look great Sage

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