Not sure which 2012 GMC Sierra 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:
"extremely easy to install. perfect fit to my truck the Weather Tech no drill mud flaps arrived in 1 day with out paying for express shiping." —Jeffrey S from Racine, WI bought a WeatherTech No Drill Mud Flaps for a 2012 GMC Sierra.
"Overall, I am very pleased with the Tonneau Pro trifold. It is a bit less convenient to access the bed than the one piece tilt type I had previously. But it has several advantages(above) that outweigh that. It was very easy to install, it looks great, and at a good price. The light that came with it will be very handy." —Paul H from Gorham, ME bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2012 GMC Sierra.
"Easy to put on. Fit and finish are great. My truck came with 20" wheels. The mud guards are wide enough to cover
the width of the wheels." —Anthony D from Dayton, TX bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2012 GMC Sierra.
"By following the included instructions and proceeding slowly, installation was easy and took less than an hour for all four. The mud flaps are more ridgid than I expected and could be a little wider. It remains to be seen if they hold up and stay attatched in the winter when snow and ice accumulate around the wheels. I was particularly happy that they are made in USA." —Bill E from Berlin Center, OH bought a WeatherTech No Drill Mud Flaps for a 2012 GMC Sierra.
"I recently purchased these for my 2012 GMC Sierra. They look great and the front mud guards took about 20 minutes to install. Barely any mud is kicking onto the paint now. I have not installed the back mud guards yet. It looks like I will have to remove the back wheels to put them on. The front guards you can just turn your tire left and right to install. So, not very convenient for the back ones but not too big of a deal." —Sam L from Pittsburgh, PA bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2012 GMC Sierra.
"The Husky Mud Guards fit the profile of the fenders perfectly. Installation was straight forward and easy. Front Mud Guards required steering the wheels one direction or the other to allow easy access to the fastners. Rear Mud Guards required removal of the wheels to allow access to the fastners. Overall I think it was easy and they look good and help protect the truck from tire spray and gravel." —Henry B from Terrebonne, OR bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2012 GMC Sierra.
"I would highly recommend Husky Mud Guards. Fair price, good looking and easy to install." —Jason V from Granite City, IL bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2012 GMC Sierra.
"The installation was a little more work then advertised but not hard, once the tools were identified." —Michael A from Fayetteville, AR bought a WeatherTech No Drill Mud Flaps for a 2012 GMC Sierra.
"The Husky Mud Guards fit right on my 2012 GMC 3500 without any problems. Just wish they were a little longer! I did not have to remove the rear wheels, but I did turn the front wheels just to make it easier on me ;)." —Roy C H from Escondido, CA bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2012 GMC Sierra.
"excellent mud flaps the rear ones were a snap to put on the front took a little longer but after i figured out the first one the other one was easy. no problem and fit like a glove." —Lawrence T from Imperial, MO bought a WeatherTech No Drill Mud Flaps for a 2012 GMC Sierra.
"Good, strong product. They have been on for about 2 weeks and still look strong." —Randall M from Roosevelt, UT bought a Husky Liners Mud Guards for a 2012 GMC Sierra.