Reviewed By Donald W (Middletown, IN) Reviewed for a 1993 Chevy C/K 3500 —6/17/2014 5:44 PM
EASY TO INSTALL AND LOOK VERY GOOD PAINTEN HAD SOME GOOD COMMENS
Reviewed By Clarence W (Newport, NC) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy C/K 3500 —11/29/2009 7:05 AM
For the pattern analysis limited, the instructions are not great. In particular, mounting the flap on the bracket can be installed about 4 different ways. I tried every one of them! Also - the bolts that hold the anti-sway bars have way too thick heads. I recommend you buy stainless steel stove bolts to attach the flap and bars to the mounting bracket. (After figuring out which way the flap should face on the bracket). Other than that, the flaps look good on the vehicle and really do a good job in the rain. Haven't tried them out pulling my 5th wheel yet, but it looks like they will do OK on that too. They were actually installed on a 2008 Chebbie.
Reviewed By Jim H (Boise, ID) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford F-350 —4/8/2015 9:32 PM
I didn't know that the hub assembly came in 2" & 2.5". You never told me & sent me the 2.5 which was to big, I had to go to Rock Tamers & send them my 2.5" and they sent me a 2". I had to pay $11.55 which you should cover the cost!!!! Other than that I am glad to have the Rock Tamer on my PU.
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