Husky Liners Mud Guards Customer Reviews
2215 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 on some vehicles. 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.
2215 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Craig B (CHELMSFORD, MA) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tacoma — Wednesday at 3:30 PM
Both OEM rear mudguards had become brittle and broken, and they cost $85 ea. at the dealership. These Husky guards were a near perfect match to the OEM guards, and they seem more durable. Installation was straightforward, but lining up a few of the bolts took some effort. I installed these on a Tacoma with fender flares.
Reviewed by Gregory H (Merrill, WI) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado — Monday at 8:51 PM
My front mud guard came up missing a couple weeks back. To and from hunting camp my left side running board COVERED with mud. New Husky liners(actually only needed that one) came to the rescue, No mud, No dirty running board. Love Them And a perfect match to what i already had on my truck. THANKS AUTOANYTHING!!! Another Great Product. Greg
Reviewed by Jeff W (TIGARD, OR) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 — Oct 15, 2014 12:07 AM
Mud flaps, what can I say. Had to drill one hole per flap, not a big deal. I think drilling the hole is better than going with the other brand with the no drill, but clips option. As advertised and worth the money.
Reviewed by Frederick M (Hudsonville, MI) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Explorer — Oct 14, 2014 3:36 AM
I like the appearance and of course their function. A little challenge putting the rear guards on, little space between the tire and wheel well. that's the car not the guards.
Reviewed by Alex G (CASTLETON ON HUDSON, NY) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-350 — Oct 14, 2014 3:15 AM
only reason I gave 4 stars overall instead of 5 was because of the poorly defined scoring on the clear`plastic paint protectant. was tough to get off of the backing paper. otherwise these were great. didn't have to drill any sheetmetal - used all the existing factory holes. made one hole in the rubber inner fender liner on the front with an awl. put all 4 on in about 30 minutes
Reviewed by Diane H (SHORTSVILLE, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee — Oct 11, 2014 7:51 AM
Everything from the very, very quick delivery to the appearance/quality of these mud guards is fantastic! They look great on my Jeep Grand Cherokee, fit perfectly and the quality is such that I wouldn't anticipate ever having to replace them for the life of the vehicle. I will be looking into putting them on our small business fleet vehicles very soon!