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Jeep Mud Guards & Mud Flaps

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WeatherTech No Drill Mud Flaps Reviews


Must be "good" at following directions!

Reviewed By ROBERT P (SAINT CHARLES, IL) Reviewed for a 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee —10/4/2018 9:09 AM

The product is exactly as described, fits perfectly, and looks great! The directions are not the clearest, and with the "clips" having to be exactly positioned, you will need the "proper tools" (and some experience using them), but over all, after doing "one" it takes about an hour to do the rest!

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Husky Liners Mud Guards Reviews


Keeps the mud off the side

Reviewed By Dennis M (West Plains, MO) Reviewed for a 2018 Jeep Wrangler —4/4/2018 6:39 AM

I was tired of seeing the mud slinging up the side of my Jeep, including the doors. Tried these after researching many brands. I was impressed how easy they were to install. We had 2" of rain the day after install, no mud on the sides!

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Dee Zee Semi-Custom Plastic Splash Guard Reviews


Dee Zee Plastic Splash Guards

Reviewed By William A (Beaumont, TX) Reviewed for a 1995 Jeep Cherokee —12/27/2015 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.

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