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2009 Chevy Avalanche Mud Guards & Mud Flaps

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KEEP THAT MUD OFF MY RUNNING BOARDS

Reviewed By Robert L (Collinsville, OK) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Avalanche —2/27/2009 11:47 AM

The reason I wanted mud flaps for my 2009 Avalanche was to keep any mud and debris off my running boards and doors. These Flaps did the job and were a breeze to install. The fit is perfect. I expect I will be adding rear flaps soon.

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Chevrolet Avalanche Mud Guards

Reviewed By David A H (East Wareham, MA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Avalanche —3/27/2017 7:01 PM

I became a customer with: Auto Anything, because Weather tech did not make a matching rear set of mud guards, only the fronts for my vehicle! Being the now, second owner of this vehicle, I was not happy with the stone chips on the paint, below the belt line on this vehicle. It was a little involved removing the factory fastenings, and opening up the inner fender wells, to install those clip nuts. But, I am glad that I did, as there was several pounds of mud, pine needles and leaves that the tire

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Chevrolet Avalanche Mud Guards

Reviewed By David A H (East Wareham, MA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Avalanche —3/27/2017 7:01 PM

I became a customer with: Auto Anything, because Weather tech did not make a matching rear set of mud guards, only the fronts for my vehicle! Being the now, second owner of this vehicle, I was not happy with the stone chips on the paint, below the belt line on this vehicle. It was a little involved removing the factory fastenings, and opening up the inner fender wells, to install those clip nuts. But, I am glad that I did, as there was several pounds of mud, pine needles and leaves that the tire

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