Husky Liners Mud Guards Customer Reviews
2166 Customer Reviews
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Thwart the regular assault of mud, slush and rocks against your paint. Husky Liners Mud Guards provide a substantial barrier against these road hazards, keeping your colors true and clean. Plus, they come in a paint-ready matte finish for matching to your exterior.
Installing Husky Mud Guards for trucks takes less than an hour. The custom-made design allows Husky Mud Guards to anchor inside your specific wheel well with only minor drilling required. Husky includes all the hardware you'll need for sure mounting that won't come loose.
Get the ultimate protection for your vehicle's paint thanks to sturdy molded plastic construction and Husky Shield Clear Paint Protection Film included with every set. Husky Liners Mud Guards are sold in pairs, come ready to paint, are made in the USA, and backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
2166 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Richard c (Cedar Rapids, IA) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — Aug 19, 2014 5:16 AM
I received the Husky mud guards within four days and they were easy to install. Had two remove the factory rock guards first so the existing mounting holes could be used. Total install time was one hour and I did not have to remove the tires. These guards worked great with my running boards. I ruined one sheet of mylar and Husky customer service sent a replacement the same day. They are a little pricey but worth it.
Reviewed by Mark W (Redlands, CA) — Aug 17, 2014 7:04 AM
Well made and work well. Mounting is a bit fiddly with the protective film application. It's a good idea to make sure your fingers are free from any dirt/grease or your fingerprints will be transferred to the sticky side of the film and show up against the truck body (especially if your truck is white). Overall, I'm satisfied with the product/purchase and service from AutoAnything..
Reviewed by Curtis S (Jasper, AL) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Sierra — Aug 16, 2014 8:00 AM
Very nice mud flaps. They look professional and do a good job of keeping mud and debris off of truck paint. You have to drill one hole for each mudflap which means you have to remove the rear tires to intsall. Other than that, I would recommend.