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post #1 of 10 Old 07-19-2012, 10:07 AM Thread Starter
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Bushwacker flairs and Mudflaps

Looking for some mudflaps for my truck now that the stockers don't fit anymore due to the Bushwackers.

The stuff at the local auto store just isn't going to cut it, too small.

My toyota has 12" wide ones and they look right, so I figure the Ford with it's wider tires needs a 14" wide one.

I found these Mud Flaps For Pick Up Trucks SUVs by DuraFlap which are just what I'm looking for, but at $150 + shipping, it seems a little steep.

Any recommendations?

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We are a bit more expensive with our drill-less installation and mirror finish stainless steel weights. We make them long enough and wide enough to really protect your truck and your tow vehicles. You do not have to buy them with the weights. They are purely decorative. Your rmud flaps will stay hanging straight down as you go down the road without them.
As a member, if you phone your order in you will get a 10% discount. Shipping is just $10, whether you buy 1 pair or several pairs. So when you compare us to other full size mud flaps we are not any more, but we are the best.
Give us a call.
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I have Dura Flaps on my 6.4 and am very pleased with them. They've held up great to our cold temperatures and huge dumps of snow in the winter and all the slush that's thrown up when it melts. They stay in place and won't rip or tear. They'll be the last mud flap you'll ever buy as you won't have to replace them after a couple years of driving. I got the drill-less flaps and the install took about an hour and just simple hand tools and a couple sockets were needed.

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I have dura flaps on mine no weights the only think is wish I would've done is get the longer ones up front. These mud flaps aren't cheap crappy one's the fitment is great and go on smooth. I just had a guy look at them today and said wow those babies are thick.

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Another vote for duraflap here.

I have to say you won't need another set on your truck and hold up to mud being caked on them as well as snow and ice.

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I called to find the smooth finish bushwackers for my 12......$462 them I have to get them painted, FML

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I got them from ptp for less. Paint is extra.

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cool they look great......I just remeber when flares were like 200 bucks,

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I put my Duraflaps on my 3 week old 2012 F350 6.7 Monday night. I order them because of this post and could not be happier.

Thanks fellas.
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I ended up at my local rubber/plastics supply house and got some 3/8" belting.

An afternoon of sweating and it's all done. $50 and 6 bottles of water. Hardest part was finding something to attach them too. The Bushwackers are def in the way. I'm really surprised Bushwacker doesn't make something compatible.

Just need to paint the underside of the Bushwackers black.

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