In certain cases with larger truck and SUVs, mud guards can be mounted to the wheel well without having to remove your tire. These are generally mud guards that don't require drilling for installation, as greater room is needed for operating the drill. If there's not enough room to mount your mud guards without tire removal, don't cut corners–take the time to mount them correctly and you'll be much happier with the finished product.
It depends on your model. The companies that make mud guards generally do everything they can to make a guard that mounts to factory holes in the wheel well. If that's not possible, drilling 1/8' holes may be required. Fear not, though–a customized template and all necessary hardware are usually included. The idea is to make mounting as easy and secure as possible.
Most custom mud guards and mud flaps are designed for stock wheel and tire size, and take into account the stock amount of space between the tire and the wheel well. If you have oversized tires or wheels, make sure your new mud guards will not interfere with wheel travel before mounting them in place. Do not mount your mud guards if there is contact between the guard and the wheel.
Yes. In fact, we currently offer more styles of protection for dually trucks than standard trucks and SUVs. Flexible flaps, rigid guards and more are available for stopping twice the mess from twice the tires.