Reviewed By Dana N (IOLA, KS) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado —7/26/2015 4:29 AM
2003 Chevy 2500HD - Universal Flaps Miner adjustments were required to install but the quality was great.
Reviewed By Jim H (Boise, ID) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford F-350 —4/8/2015 9:32 PM
I didn't know that the hub assembly came in 2" & 2.5". You never told me & sent me the 2.5 which was to big, I had to go to Rock Tamers & send them my 2.5" and they sent me a 2". I had to pay $11.55 which you should cover the cost!!!! Other than that I am glad to have the Rock Tamer on my PU.
Whether you call them mud flaps or splash guards, these protective flaps are essential for your truck or SUV. But, before you can choose the best flaps for your vehicle, it’s important that you understand the differences between the various mud flaps and splash guards on the market.
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The only time mud starts slinging worse than a county-supervisor political campaign is at a Jeep Jamboree. Once these 4-wheelers and their fun-loving drivers start hitting the bogs, the mud is guaranteed to fly. And, that begs the question: how to install mud flaps on a Jeep?
The AutoAnything Mud Guards & Mud Flaps Tech Center includes all of the research and answers that you could imagine to help you find the perfect mud guards & mud flaps for your vehicle.
Rooting around in the mud is natural for most mammals, including people. Nothing beats the squishy feeling of stepping in earth gravy, except the sensation of driving over it on a reckless off-road adventure. Before you strike out, be sure to stock up on a set of mud flaps. Here's a quick guide on how to install these essential auto accessories.