Go Industries Stainless Dually Mud Flaps Customer Reviews
12 Customer Reviews
Put an end to flying rocks, gravel and grit with a premium pair of Stainless Dually Mud Flaps. These oversized walls of rubber block debris from destroying your paintjob with scratches and nicks that eventually lead to rust and corrosion. Plus, when you tow along a boat, trailer or 5th wheeler on your next outing, these mud flaps deliver excellent protection for your haul, and keep it cleaner during transport.
At 24" tall x 19" wide, your rugged Stainless Dually Mud Flaps are cut extra large for total dual tire coverage. And, you don't have to worry about these mud flaps gliding on the wind. That's because they have stainless steel weights and stiffeners to hold them in place.
Your new pair of Stainless Dually Mud Flaps come with a set of solid mounting brackets and all the hardware you need for a driveway installation.
12 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by David D (CALDWELL, ID) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Silverado — Dec 21, 2012 2:14 AM
The mud flaps look great and are high quality. The only complaint I have is the instructions. The are written poorly and are not clear. I also think that they should attach to the truck in more than two places. They are quite heavy.
Reviewed by Richard L (Beaver Falls, PA) Reviewed for a 1998 Chevy C/K 3500 — Dec 24, 2007 12:11 PM
These mudguards are a nice product both goodlooking and functional. They are a good price here and my only negative would be to be alerted in the description that you will need a medium duty rivet gun to complete installation.
Reviewed by Bruno W (Atlanta, MI) — Apr 23, 2006 5:14 PM
The flaps & mounting hardware were beautiful & well made. The instructions supplied for the install were vague and a challange. A riviting tool was also unexpectedly needed. Great for the pro but not for the novice installer.
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Asked by leonard w.
Feb 20, 2012 6:12 PM
1997 Ford F-350
does mouting brackets need drilling into my fiberglass fenders