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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've got a 3500 that I'll be using to tow a 5th wheel later this year. Right now I'm in the market for mudflaps. I'm looking at the x-long Duraflaps that will sit about 14" below the fender in the rear (leaving me 6" from flap to ground), which is fine and dandy. However, i'm concerned about when I hook up a 5th wheel, how much that 6" will be decreased. Those of you who drive a 2500 or 3500 that tow a gooseneck or 5th wheel - about how much have you noticed the rear lowering? I know it depends on the weight of the trailer, but i'm looking for some ballpark numbers. I'd hate to buy these x-long flaps that end up being 2" off the ground after hooking up the camper.
  3. Here is my mod to my OEM mudflaps. 1. I bought a couple of large, plain rubber trailer type mudflaps from my local Farm and Barn 2. I then cut out a cardboard template adding 4" of length that matched the bottom edge of the stock ones. 3. I then cut a 1/4" slot in the bottom of the flaps with a jig saw. 4. I used a band saw to cut the flaps to match the template. (A pair of strong scissors with work too.) 5. Finally I glued them in place (after washing mating surfaces with alcohol) with some Goop marine contact adhesive that works with rubber and vinyl. This should better protect the bottom of my truck and running boards!
  4. Hi, Installed WeaterTech MudFlaps No-Drill DigitalFit #110035-120035 . October 2015.
  5. Hey guys, I finished up my install video of the DuraFlap mudflaps on my GMC Sierra. I had these same flaps on my last truck for when I was towing jetskis and absolutely loved the look and functionality of them. The flap kits ran me about $90 for the front and $95 for the rear for my GMC. These look a bit more utilitarian so if you value form more than function these likely aren't your cup of tea. I bought the kits without the weights (straight plastic) but you can get them with stainless and powder coated weights to prevent sailing. MY past experience says sailing isn't an issue even with the unweighted flaps. Link to all the designs you can get: DuraFlap Mudflap Gallery Front model numbers: GF2 14 1500 Rear model numbers: GR2X 14 1500 Overall very happy with them. One of the issues I was having with my previous mudflaps is they were basically ice/slush collection areas; combine that with parking outside in the winter and I had some icy mornings. No longer an issue with these gigantic flaps. Enjoy! Front: Rears:
  6. Hey i just picked up some 33x12.5R20s Haida Mud Champs for my 2014 gmc sierra all terrain. So I ordered a 2.5" RC leveling kits and ordered a 3" block with it too just in case it goes front end high. I would like to run mudflaps and save my paint. ✌ Hopefully someone has some pictures of some on a truck to get me going.
  7. So the weathertech mudflaps have been on my truck for 4 months and while they have held up well, we have found a fitment problem common to all Silverados. Check out the quick video below for details.
  8. Hi all - you can find an installation guide and review of the WeatherTech No Drill Mudflaps for a Silverado 1500 - check it out! Feel free to ask any questions.
  9. So I got my mudflaps on my truck! They cost a good chunk but they were worth it and personally, they look good to me! Grille Guard progress pictures tomorrow.
  10. So I'm posting this to inquire about mudflaps. I've been looking to find mudflaps for my 2007 GMC Sierra Classic, but I have yet to find any flaps that look decent and are for fitting. I want some heavy flaps due to the fact that my rockers panels and the area behind my rear tires are starting to rust out (which I'm working on fixing), and I was wondering if anyone's ever used/installed these? They look decently heavy and supposedly work with my truck, so I was wondering how difficult the install was. I'm also wondering about mudflaps for the front tires? Do I get form-fitting for the front and these for the back? Or does mis-matching front and rear mudflaps look too...I don't know....tacky? TL:DR - Need a decent set of mudflaps, does mis-matching mudflaps look ridiculous?
  11. To start this off, I know this isn't going to be everybody's cup of tea. To be honest I'm not a fan of anything gaudy or shiny, my Corvette build has zero chrome in the engine bay. That being said I got something a little shiny for my truck.... I decided to get mudflaps early on to protect my trucks paint and side steps. Not only does the side of my truck get peppered by sand, rocks, and other road debris, the harsh New England winters add in salt and during a storm mounds of snow, slush and ice on my side steps. So, mud flaps really were a necessity. I looked at the GM, weathertech, and husky products, but none of them really seemed worthwhile as they offered little actual protection. I came across the Gatorbacks and loved how high quality they looked and how much coverage they offered. The only problem was they required a LOT of drilling into the body. Luckily, while looking I came across a drill-less version of them. They are 100% stainless steel with a very heavy duty weighted rubber flap. The installation was very easy. They offer them in either the polished stainless I got, or powdercoated black. As I said, I'm not a big fan of shiny, but I thought about it and decided that the black would probably end up looking bad over time. In the end I'm pretty happy with the look and am very happy with the protection. I actually think the polished stainless goes good with ruby red metallic paint. It also seems to compliment the chrome LTZ door trim and chrome bumpers. Anyways, on to the pictures.
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