Reviewed By David J (Plainfield, IL) Reviewed for a 2010 Mazda 3 —12/18/2014 11:30 PM
looks great, install is easy as long as you remove the wheel. Otherwise it is a bit difficult to get into the small spots
Reviewed By Jeffrey S (Phoenix, NY) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram —12/17/2014 10:02 PM
The quality and look of the product is fantastic. The instillation does require drilling a few extra holes in the wheel liner. Additionally the factory rock guards need to be modified to allow for the mud guards to go on. Directions said to simply remove them however based on the vehicle design it was best to modify the rear ones and leave the bottom part of the factory rock guard on. Just wish there was a better way for that part of installation.
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?
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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