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  1. Hey guys I'm looking for a nice set of offset mud flaps for my 2018 Sierra 1500. I really like the look of the rek gen off road mesh ones which are also nice because you can use factory mounting spots but they are quite expensive! My question is, are they durable enough for Canadian Prairie winters (-20 to -40C) because Id be furious if I spent $270 US for a set and one bust in the first winter
  2. I been thinking of putting on some mud flaps. I spens a lot of time on gravel roads. Anyone have any suggestions, found these on Amazon, they say " Without OEM Fender Flares Only ". My Silverado has some flar to the fender, but I thought they all did? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FY9S447/?coliid=I1GIES0PT3FTYS&colid=20ECPV8V1IOBF&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
  3. Who has got them? Please post your type, size, pictures (if you have any) and most importantly; your thoughts about them- looks, function, value, longevity, paint to match vs. matte or bedliner finish. I’ve got a 2015 Silverado High Country 1500. It sometimes looks like this: Because I live here:
  4. Looking for some advice and experiences...I just ordered a set of WeatherTech mud Flaps...i was curious if anyone has a similar pair and decided to paint them? how did they turn out? Did the paint last more than a season or did it get all chipped and cracked with the flexing and weather? post pics if you have them, thanks in advance!
  5. Fits GM 2014-2017, maybe 2018? ModifyStreet Tow Mirrors: $220 Features: Power adjust, heated, turn signal, COB clearance LEDs, and courtesy light. NOT POWER FOLDING. I used them for a few weeks (less than a month probably), once I got my new (darker) wheels the chrome just didn't fit well with the rest of the truck. I modified the harness slightly to allow the clearance lights to work on my 14 Sierra SLE but I can easily return to stock or keep them as is. I review this in my Youtube install video of the mirrors. Nothing wrong with mirrors, the change in wheel color really impacted the whole look of truck so I went back to my color matched DL8 mirrors. Below is what I meant when I said I modified slightly, I t-tapped clearance light wire on mirror into LED ambient light circuit. Also grounded mirror to door. Husky Liner Splash Guards Part # 56896. Front and rear, fits Sierras ONLY. Removed these to install my Duraflap mudflaps and haven't looked back. Entertaining all offers on these. I have no use for them and dog refuses to use as chew toy. WF41
  6. Anybody got any pictures of their ‘14+ sierra without the front valance and running boards? Wanting to see the look before doing it to mine
  7. 2014 gmc sierra mud flaps for sale. Purchased the truck in Feb and took off the mud flaps. They are in great shape like new. A set for both from and rear tires. There is also a smaller set for the front of the rear fender for better air flow. They are GMC parts. Great deal new they are $75 plus the cost of the GMC set along. i drive to St pete so we can meet along the way if needed for the next two weeks. will also be driving to orlando next weekend Web site below for more info, pics and video http://www.weathertech.com/gmc/2014/sierra-sierra-denali/mudflap-no-drill-digitalfit/sierra-class/1500/sierra-dually/no/sierra-fender-flares-lip-moulding/no/
  8. We have products for your truck on sale right now: 25% off all ACCESS® Roll-Up Covers. 25% off all ROCKSTAR™ Hitch Mounted Mud Flaps. 10% off all SNOWSPORT® Utility Plows. 15% off all ACI Off-Road LED Lights. These short-term discounts are available at shop.agricover.com, getmudflaps.com and buysnowsportplows.com.
  9. Want a little bonus with your purchase? Go to any of our online stores (Shop.Agricover.com, BuySNOWSPORTPlows.com, or GetMudflaps.com) and type GMTRUCKS in the promo code box for any purchase of $300 or more. We'll include a free ACCESS® Motion LED Light because you're a forum member. The ACCESS® Motion LED Light is a smart light that doesn’t waste power in the daylight. This waterproof light is powered by 3 AA batteries and sticks to most smooth surfaces with a strong 3M adhesive. This means you can get light without having to run wires, and hands-free operation leaves you free to get things done. The 18-inch LED strip automatically turns on when the sensor detects motion in the dark. Battery saver technology will turn the light off 1 minute after the sensor stops detecting motion. You can reset the timer to 3 or 5 minutes. This product puts light in all sorts of locations, including doorways, closets, boats, stairways, basements, safes, coolers, cabinets, toolboxes, sheds, and garages.
  10. Just purchased some after-market mud flaps on ebay (front and rear). Pretty cool how they color match em' and paint em' up to match your exact color (I have the Diamond White Tri-Coat) upgraded color. Here's my question...Are both front and rear mud flaps necessary? I bought both and haven't even received them yet, but I'm wondering if I even needed to buy the front pair...or even if they'll even look good..?! Anybody have thoughts on this? Anybody have front and rear and have pics to share? That said, I called the seller and found out that the flaps are actually GM factory OEM. Crazy right? They're not on the Chevy website or anything! I guess Chevy has their own little underground aftermarket business going for accessories and things of the like. I know you can't get these at Chevy, but YOU CAN ON EBAY?...strange, strange. Anyways, I just thought I'd add my two cents. Sorry to be long-winded! lol
  11. Hi- I took the plunge and bought a leftover but still new 2013 stripped Chevy work truck. Long story, but I am trying to baby this one and keep it for the long haul. So, I am driving my beater S-10 until the weather breaks. Unless I hit the lottery big time, this is the last new truck I will buy in my lifetime. Therefore, I hope that you folks might be able to steer me in the right direction with regard to items that will protect the truck from the elements. The dealership included some literature that showed "wheel house guards", which insert into the wheel houses of the rear wheel wells. They offer mud flaps as well. I did not see anything on bug deflectors or running boards or tubes. Do you guys have an opinion on these items as to whether or not they are worth the money and where might one get QUALITY aftermarket versions of what the dealership offers? Also with regard to "running boards" I am interested in the tubular ones. I need them since the wife can't get in or out of the truck without using the rocker panels. Has anybody tried to use the running boards meant for extended or quad cabs on regular cab trucks so that you have a step to get into the bed (of a regular cab)? I have a '74 Chevy stepside and the steps behind the cab are very handy for that purpose. The older I get, the more I appreciate that. Do you have to loosen the cab bolts to install the running boards/tubes? Not sure I want to do that due to problems that might arise due to loosening then retightening them, not knowing torque specs. I don't want to mess up my new truck! Thank you in advance for your advice, Depp
  12. Set of (4) Used Molded GMC Logo Mud Guards from a GMT800 (2003-2006 & 2007 "Classic") GMC Sierra ....for trucks with OEM Fender Flares. Less then one year old...Bought them new and didnt care for how they made my truck look. They are in great condition. No hardware included...A simple trip to home depot can fix that though. Make offer!!
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