Dee Zee Custom Fit Dually Splash Guards Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
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Your dually needs a sturdy guard against mud, muck and splashes. Enter Dee Zee Custom Dually Splash Guards—molded protection and sweet looks that keep your dually fenders in tip-top shape. Crafted from a heavy-duty flexible composite plastic, Dee Zee Custom Dually Splash Guards are built to last through years of trailer haulin’ and other adventures.
Preserving the shapely lines of modern trucks and SUVs, Dee Zee Custom Fit Dually Splash Guards showcase a molded design. This specialized shaping also makes for no-hassle mounting to your wheel wells in less than an hour.
Fortify your dually’s rear fender paint protection! Your Dee Zee Custom Fit Dually Splash Guards are available in front or rear sets and come backed by a 1-year warranty.
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Larry W (Cave Spring, GA) Reviewed for a 2005 Dodge Ram — Mar 31, 2009 9:07 PM
two screws hold these on if you use those factory screws they are not as flush as they should be against the fender for a factory looking install the screw are slightly off, so you have to drill new holes and add new sheet metal holders to keep the screws in
Reviewed by Con R (Blacksburg, VA) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-450/550 — Apr 11, 2008 8:58 AM
These splash guards mounted to the truck pretty much as expected though I at first thought I would have to re-drill some of the holes. Some directions (none included) would have saved me that worry. TIP: Mount the screw connection first and then attach the push-in fasteners.
Reviewed by Guy V (Arroyo Grande, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F350 — Jul 28, 2006 8:25 PM
It seemed a little odd, how the from guards were two pieces, instead of one. For my application it would have been nice if the rear were a little longer (I have a 4x4 that is higher than a 2 wheel drive). I did have some issues with the mounting hardware, I was either short one or had a extra of the fasteners. Also, I only had one strip of the 3M protective tape to protect the paint. I chose not to use it anyway. I also added one additional through fastener on the far inside of the front flaps. I drilled through the truck's factory plastic inner fender liner at its bottom and put a stainless steel 1/4"-20 bolt, fender washers, and nylock nut to retain the inside edge of the mud flap. They do look good on the truck, and fit pretty well. The radius on the rubber adapter for the front flaps were the ones that didn't fit well. The outer radius of one of them didn't fit the mud flap's mating radius perfectly. With a lot of effort, I got it to fit and look right.