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Husky Liners Mud Guards Part #56511 Customer Reviews
21 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by jeffrey y (allentown, PA) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-350 — Apr 07, 2016 8:33 PM
VERY easy to install, looks great. There's not much room between the tire and fender (w/20" tires and factory fender flares) but are a little longer than I expected for a molded mud flap which is what I wanted anyway to keep most of the road junk off my truck and RV. Would definitely buy again.
Reviewed by Bruce P (Grand Haven, MI) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-250 — Apr 08, 2013 1:06 PM
I ordered both the front and 2nd row for my F-250 crew cab. I am very pleased with the look and the ease of installation. They are as durable as the weather tech I have in my Escape but at a lower price. Shipping was fast. Thanks
Reviewed by John A (Tishomingo, OK) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Tacoma — Apr 03, 2012 3:43 PM
Installation was easy, I did have to remove the tires to install them. The look very nice which is what I wanted and most of all they catch the mud from going on my step rails. I also installed the rear guards to keep rocks and mud from going into my boat and chipping the paint and scratching my trailer when I pull it. I think they will work very well, they do also have a lifetime warranty.
Reviewed by Earl S (Elmer, NJ) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-350 — Mar 09, 2012 6:42 AM
I purchased the front mud guards for my King Ranch as the tires loaded my running boards with mud and sprayed the side of the truck in wet weather. I was reluctant to add mud flaps but am very pleased with the Husky Mud Guards. The molded shape fits perfectly with the fender flares. I was able to install them w/o removing the wheels. I have since ordered them for the rear.
Reviewed by Richard S (Centreville, VA) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-350 — Apr 16, 2010 5:13 AM
These guards are very well constructed and they fit perfectly. I put them on (front and Rear) without having to remove the tires and since I was forced to drill at a slight angle it provided an extra tightening capability and drew them up tight against the flares. It seems as if they were molded as part of the body of the truck and gives a discreet look of class.
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