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- Dee Zee Plastic Splash Guards employ a universal notched design that's right for any vehicle or budget
- Sold in pairs of two with mounting hardware
- Generous 11" x 18" mud flap size ably stops the tire-led assault on your paint
- Crafted from heavy-duty, rigid black composite plastic material for a long life on your vehicle
- Notch contours to fender well
- Front and rear pairs available for complete paint protection
- Hassle free installation
- Your Dee Zee Universal Plastic Splash Guards carry a 1-year warranty
- Made in USA
Keep your vehicle from losing its sparkle while truckin' up to Buffalo or goin' back home. Dee Zee Universal Plastic Splash Guards offer a rigid barrier that keeps mud, rocks and debris from busting your vehicle's fender paint. The heavy-duty black composite plastic construction turns-back would-be menaces of any size.
The simple notched design of Dee Zee Universal Plastic Splash Guards contours to your fender wells and is a rigid version of the style you may recognize from the mud flaps used by 18-wheelers everywhere. Dee Zee crafts their plastic splash guards for basic protection that's ready to roll in just minutes. Mounting Plastic Splash Guards is hassle-free, with only minor drilling required for some vehicles.
Not only do they fit any vehicle, Dee Zee Universal Plastic Splash Guards are specially-made to fit any budget. What's even better, your Dee Zee Universal Plastic Splash Guards carry a 1-year warranty.
- ATTN: State of California Consumers
WARNING: This product can expose you to lead, phthalates, engine exhaust and carbon monoxide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. (For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov)
Dee Zee Semi-Custom Plastic Splash Guard Customer Reviews
30 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Rick B (HAMILTON, MT) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Silverado — Apr 12, 2016 6:25 AM
Reviewed by Richard S (Raymond, WA) Reviewed for a 1991 Toyota Pickup — Apr 06, 2016 4:53 PM
Bought them for my 14 year old sons project truck. It's a 1991 Toyota 4 x 4. Front 2 fit real well but the rear one's I had to use the old brackets and do some cutting. Could have made some but already had them. Turned out real good.
Reviewed by William A (Beaumont, TX) Reviewed for a 1995 Jeep Cherokee — Dec 27, 2015 3:14 AM
I have installed two sets of these on a 1995 Jeep Cherokee and a 2014 F-150. These went on super easy for the Cherokee. Put all 3 screws in the factory fender molding. All tires still on. Just spread out the screws good. No drilling. Eyeball in place then pivot on 1 screw for final position. Tape measure from floor to bottom to start each. The F-150 is a little tricky to do and I added rear plastic fender liners to it that helped. No special brackets at all. They look and work great.