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Old 05-03-2011, 11:03 AM
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Plexiglass or lexan (clear) mud flaps....?

Where is a good place to buy some clear mud flaps?

Got a fix it ticket for no mud flaps and I hate the way they look, I've seen the clear plastic flaps on trucks before and they aren't too bad.

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Old 05-03-2011, 11:47 AM
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get the stuff they use to block coldstorages off so forklifts can drive through it
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get the stuff they use to block coldstorages off so forklifts can drive through it
Might need something to stiffen those up, but that is a great idea!
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Whoa, No naked women? No Yosemtie Sam? Who is going telling people to back off without them?





I'm not a fan either.
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Plexiglass is cheap, I would just make a couple sets (so you have spares) and call it good
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I found them!!!!

http://mudflaps.com/i-6280031-cmf-u1...cks-clear.html

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Where is a good place to buy some clear mud flaps?

Got a fix it ticket for no mud flaps and I hate the way they look, I've seen the clear plastic flaps on trucks before and they aren't too bad.

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Where do you live that requires mud flaps by law?
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Old 05-04-2011, 11:08 AM
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In California, as far as I know is required in most states but of course is up to the officer if he wants to be a dick or not, 90% of the lifted trucks I see around here don't have them.
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Old 05-04-2011, 11:31 AM
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In California, as far as I know is required in most states but of course is up to the officer if he wants to be a dick or not, 90% of the lifted trucks I see around here don't have them.
lol somehow i knew that.. doh.
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I used to work in plastics and have to wonder how long those will stay looking nice.... they'll get scratched / marred up in no time
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