- Dee Zee Plastic Splash Guards employ a universal notched design that's right for any vehicle or budget
- Sold in pairs of two with mounting hardware
- Generous 11" x 18" mud flap size ably stops the tire-led assault on your paint
- Crafted from heavy-duty, rigid black composite plastic material for a long life on your vehicle
- Notch contours to fender well
- Front and rear pairs available for complete paint protection
- Hassle free installation
- Your Dee Zee Universal Plastic Splash Guards carry a 1-year warranty
- Made in USA
Keep your vehicle from losing its sparkle while truckin' up to Buffalo or goin' back home. Dee Zee Universal Plastic Splash Guards offer a rigid barrier that keeps mud, rocks and debris from busting your vehicle's fender paint. The heavy-duty black composite plastic construction turns-back would-be menaces of any size.
The simple notched design of Dee Zee Universal Plastic Splash Guards contours to your fender wells and is a rigid version of the style you may recognize from the mud flaps used by 18-wheelers everywhere. Dee Zee crafts their plastic splash guards for basic protection that's ready to roll in just minutes. Mounting Plastic Splash Guards is hassle-free, with only minor drilling required for some vehicles.
Not only do they fit any vehicle, Dee Zee Universal Plastic Splash Guards are specially-made to fit any budget. What's even better, your Dee Zee Universal Plastic Splash Guards carry a 1-year warranty.
Dee Zee Semi-Custom Plastic Splash Guard Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Rick B (HAMILTON, MT) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Silverado — Apr 12, 2016 6:25 AM
Web site was easily accessible, product looks and fits great, price was more then fair plus shipped free.
Reviewed by Richard S (Raymond, WA) Reviewed for a 1991 Toyota Pickup — Apr 06, 2016 4:53 PM
Bought them for my 14 year old sons project truck. It's a 1991 Toyota 4 x 4. Front 2 fit real well but the rear one's I had to use the old brackets and do some cutting. Could have made some but already had them. Turned out real good.
Reviewed by William A (Beaumont, TX) Reviewed for a 1995 Jeep Cherokee — Dec 27, 2015 3:14 AM
I have installed two sets of these on a 1995 Jeep Cherokee and a 2014 F-150. These went on super easy for the Cherokee. Put all 3 screws in the factory fender molding. All tires still on. Just spread out the screws good. No drilling. Eyeball in place then pivot on 1 screw for final position. Tape measure from floor to bottom to start each. The F-150 is a little tricky to do and I added rear plastic fender liners to it that helped. No special brackets at all. They look and work great.
Reviewed by Robert M (Burdett, NY) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Econoline — Sep 16, 2015 3:43 AM
Skeptical at first on price vs quality. They fit and look good. Best deal for the $$$$$.
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