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GUIDE: WeatherTech No Drill Mudflap Installation and Review

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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. :thumbs:

 

 

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i didn't like them. i think i actually gave them away here. Got them specifically to keep my exhaust tip clean which didn't happen so it wasn't worth the looks.

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i didn't like them. i think i actually gave them away here. Got them specifically to keep my exhaust tip clean which didn't happen so it wasn't worth the looks.

 

I wish I had been on here then - I would have gladly taken them haha. I got them to keep salt and rockchips off of the truck and so far they are doing that well. I haven't changed the exhaust yet but I'd imagine they aren't wide enough to protect the tips.

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I have had them on my truck since October of 15. So far no problems with them at all. Installation is only a few minute per wheel they are there to stay.

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