How to Install Mud Flaps


Mud Flaps Installation

Installation steps

1. The first step in mounting your new mud flaps is to test-fit the flaps to make sure there’s enough clearance in your wheel wells and that they follow your rig’s contours.
2. Once you know that the flaps will fit, give the mounting surface on your wheel well a thorough cleaning with degreaser to clear away any built-up muck.
3. If your vehicle already has factory-drilled mud flap mounting holes, connect the mud flaps but don’t tighten the mounting screws all the way. If your vehicle doesn’t have factory-drilled mounting holes, use the mud flap as a template to drill the necessary holes. Then, connect the mud flaps in place but don’t tighten the screws all the way.
4. Double check that the mud flaps are parallel to the ground, then snug up the screws.

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Installation DesignDrilling RequiredNo-DrillNo-Drill
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