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- Part #:57921
- No drilling required
- Installation Instructions (PDF)
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Husky Liners Mud Guards Part #57921 Customer Reviews
13 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Janice J (SHOREWOOD, IL) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota 4Runner — Jul 19, 2018 9:26 AM
I am very satisfied with the fit, looks,and durability of Husky mudflaps on my vehicle. However the "c" clip was a little short on the front mudflaps, but, was installed with a minor modification. I would recommend any Husky product to anyone.
Reviewed by Trent E (TAOS, NM) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra — Jan 19, 2014 3:21 PM
These flaps are really nice and heavily made. Installation was also a snap. My only complaint was they don't hang exactly straight-they have an inward curve. Not a big deal if you want a really durable flap well-worth their buying price!
Reviewed by George H (TOMBALL, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota 4Runner — Oct 25, 2013 6:23 AM
The instructions are pretty straight forward. Refer to a Youtube video from Etrailers for visual instructions. The instructions say you will need to remove your wheels for install. I didn't do that. You will also need to trim oem small flaps on front. The back flaps you will have trouble with the top fastener & space between rear wheel.You will need a small elbow phillips head driver or else you will have to remove the back wheels to install. They should include the elbow phillips in kit.
Reviewed by Deming G (HIXSON, TN) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota 4Runner — Dec 11, 2012 8:19 AM
I purchased and installed the Husky mud guards on my 2012 Toyota 4 Runner. The fit was excellent, the holes alined perfectly and the kit contained all the necessary hardware. I did not however like the design of the mud guard. In some respects it is similar to a dust pan in shape and will therefore catch and hold debris. I would rather the guards be made out of more substantial plastic (thicker) and eliminate the cup.
Reviewed by stephen t (greensburg, PA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota 4Runner — Nov 01, 2012 2:50 PM
Great product! easy installation and quality product! If you have running boards on a toyota 4 runner you cannot put the front mud guard on and buying from toyota requires you buy both the front and rear, this is the solution!
Reviewed by larry h (rapid city, SD) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota 4Runner — Jun 15, 2012 11:35 AM
2012 4runner - As owner's of the 5th generation 4Runner know, running boards and mudflaps are not standard equipment as was on the 4th generation 4Runner. With research, I ordered both Husky mudflaps and OEM Toyota mudflaps online. When I read the installation directions for each, I noticed that the OEM mudflaps required drilling and the Husky did not. Therefore, I went with the Husky brand mudflaps because I did not want to drill into my brand new vehicle. I install the Husky mudflaps last weekend and it went very smoothly. The fit was very good. The only complaint, which is very minor, I have is the rear mudflaps are not exactly parallel with the tires. For some reason, the rear mudflaps are slightly angled toward the front on the inside. I can push on inside corner and they straight up, but they go back when I release the pressure. By the way, the Husky WeatherBeater cargo and floor liners also are another Husky product that should be standard in all 5th gen 4Runners. They fit like a glove and hold a lot of water and dirt. Order the Husky WeatherBeater cargo and floor liners when you order the Husky mudflaps.
Reviewed by John W (Dubuque, IA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota 4Runner — Mar 22, 2011 9:29 AM
I installed a set (front and rear) on my 2011 Toyota 4Runner this past weekend. The installation of the mud flaps went very quickly. Only problem being that Toyota designed their running boards so that there was no room to install the front mudflaps without cutting off one inch of the running board. You could of adjusted the running board to the rear but then it extended into the rear wheel well area. Removing the running boards, cutting off one inch of the aluminum extrusion and reinstalling took four times what the mudflap installation took. End result, they look great on the vehicle and perform extremely well at protecting the sides of the vehicle.