Reviewed By Joseph A (Omaha, NE) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford F-250 —10/26/2016 5:24 AM
These mudflaps were easy to install with a cordless screwdriver and a pair of pliers. It took me 20 minutes to install all four and they were a perfect fit.
Reviewed By Klemen S (Ayer, MA) Reviewed for a 2016 Jeep Cherokee —10/20/2016 11:49 AM
I purchased these for my Grand Cherokee SRT to prevent all the splash from the wide tires. Didn't work too well in that application, but they will work great on my Cherokee Trailhawk. The top section should be wider. It is pretty narrow 2-3" and depending on the wheel well, it may be difficult to find mounting points (why they won't fit too well on the SRT). Other than that a great looking product, high quality, and very durable. Had them on many subarus and they look great for years.
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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?