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Mud flaps with factory fender flares

I am looking for mud flap options that will work with the factory fender flares on my truck. I have a gravel driveway and cringe every time I get out on the main road and the tires throw rocks up the side of the truck. If anyone has suggestions it would be greatly appreciated. The truck is a 2014 f250
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Take a look @ what Duraflap has to offer.

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for the rear what i did was weld small angle pieces (1"x1") to the sides of the trailer hitch plates.

i am in your same situation..long gravel driveway (3/4 mile) and also haul a trailer.
i had to go behind the exhaust outlet but it now protects my trailer.

for the front i got rubber barn mat and screwed it to the inner fender liner and let it hang down and placed it flush with the face of the fender flare.. its pretty stiff but not rigid.
i got this material at tractor supply.

cannot say i have seen mud flaps commercially available for fender flared trucks. i guess they make them, i have just never seen them.

BUT i guarantee you can make them cheaper and just as effective.
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I just found a company called REK-GEN and have been debating trying a set out. They make offset mud flaps that will clear larger tires in the front.
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I like the Weathertech mud flaps. Had them on my last two trucks.
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Ford makes them. Search with your VIN, and the ones for factory flares should pop up. The Weathertech products are nice too.
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Which ever ones you like, I carry Ford, Husky, and WeatherTech.

There are about a dozen variations, so if you have a part # that would be great.

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Part numbers will help alot too if they are not on our site.
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