Not sure which 2008 Ford F-150 Mud Guards & Mud Flaps are right for you? We have over 2575 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Simple to install, I too went to the hardware store and got SS screws and washers but it was very easy to install they look great and on wet salty highways the spay on the truck was greatly reduced. Great product!" —John S from Hamden, NY bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"i use weather tech in channel vent visors for all my vehicles ! i would recommend them to anyone! great product!!!!" —Martin O from Somerset, NJ bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"These floor mats fit very well. I got the two frons and the rear (I havet he Super Crew cab) in to replace the factory carpet floormats. Mainly to protect the carpet from all the mud, grease, spilled drinks etc., They look great, are not slippery and fit very well. I plan on buying the same thing for my wifes new Explorer also." —Jason A from Stafford, VA bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"Perfect fit on my F150 SuperCrew. Looks like
Installation took about
10 minutes per guard.
Clean and neat looking." —J. S. R from Marietta, GA bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"I had to remove the rear wheels to install, but overall it was very easy. Just make sure you have a good drill bit as you will need to drill into steel body. If your bit is dull, the bit might drift and mess up the plastic guard." —Carlos C from Delray Beach, FL bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"These are very well made. The first set I got had a bracket with damaged threads, but they sent a replacement right away.
On my truck there isn't anything directly behind the wheel well in the rear. The rear tires sling stuff up and over the top edge of the mud flap. I am a little concerned there will be build up in that rear rocker panel, but plan to flush that area well when I wash.
These are really nice mud flaps and they look factory, using existing hardware and a heavy stainless bracket with a stainless bolt." —Lois D from Tinley Park, IL bought a WeatherTech No Drill Mud Flaps for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"The Guards look good on my '08 F-150. I was a little concerned at first about drilling the holes, but it worked out fine. I had to take the rear tires off to install the rear guards. Overall, installation was not hard and they look very good." —Gregory B from Tulsa, OK bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"Arrived three days after ordering. Took longer to put paint protecter on than it did mud guard. Good quality,look great. Truck is forest green with stainless oval step bars and black really looks good in contrast. Did not have to remove any tires. Will buy Huskey products again." —Wilbur E from Granville, WV bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"Everything about the mirrors is acceptable except for one nagging thing. Sometimes, even after driving for several minutes, mirrors are very slow to begin flashing after engaging turn signal lever. So much so, at times, that I am strongly convinced they have stopped working altogether. However, they always come back so far." —Bob M from La Conner, WA bought a WeatherTech No Drill Mud Flaps for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"The Husky guards might cost a little more, but they are REALLY worth it. They fit like a glove, look great, and I had all 4 installed in less than an hour. I did take the back wheels off to drill 2 holes. They are well constructed too. I would suggest them to anyone who's shopping around.
They look great on my 2008 F-150.
Mike from Illinois" —Michael B from Moro, IL bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"The mud guards look very good and so much like an add on featurehvl The installation could not" —Harvey H from Nesbit, MS bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2008 Ford F-150.