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Bulletproof Vs OUO, Mudflaps.

Need some good mudflaps? I have seen the price of the bulletproof mudflaps and I live in Canada so not very expensive to get shipped. I can no find a price on OUO mudflaps. Anyone that can help me out on which one I should buy

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Which OUO ones are you looking for? The ones on the hitch or the smaller ones? Probably the smaller ones for an 8" lift??

I think these ones are just extremely nice and well put together. I don't know anything about the Bulletproof ones.









Then here are the larger ones with the hitch...


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You will get some axle wrap with a heavy trailer, I can feel it when towing my gooseneck with some heavy equipment. My Deavers will wrap enough to make the tires rub the front of the rear fender well if I give it too much throttle on aceleration.
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Yes the smaller ones, I plan on putting them on my 2011 which has plans for a 2.5" coil +1" spacer, A-arms etcc.. Price wise how are they

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Have you looked at the DuraFlap LFT brackets and mud flaps?
There are a couple of dealers in Canada, or they can ship them.
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Have you looked at the DuraFlap LFT brackets and mud flaps?
There are a couple of dealers in Canada, or they can ship them.

I have heard of Duraflap, I'm just concerned of the clearance on the tire and flap? Are they kick backs? I plan on running 22x10.5" rims with 35x12.5s with a 2.5 +1 spacer lift.

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Yes, they have the kicked back style. Their usual distance is 1" back to leave room not to hit running boards, but they can make custom sizes also. They have had them for several years.
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Yes the smaller ones, I plan on putting them on my 2011 which has plans for a 2.5" coil +1" spacer, A-arms etcc.. Price wise how are they
I don't know how much they are, I ordered a few things at the time and can't remember what they ended up being.

I would talk with Trucktoyzperformance.com and or give One Up Offroads message line a call.

They will probably be expensive, but most good sets of mudflaps are expensive.

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