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MudDog's 12” wide flaps are impact resistant and built to withstand whatever the road throws their way.
Installation is a snap! Just turn a couple of screws and you’ll be back on the road in no time.
To bling or not to bling.
Some like it shiny, some don’t. Choose between a stainless steel finished accent or go au naturel with MudDog's matte black finish.
When we say it's "guaranteed for life" that is exactly what we mean. No hassles, no guff. If you have a problem, we'll replace it. Capeesh? For details: Huskyliners.com/warranty-policy
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Total Reviews: 3
Kierstin Stolley, Marketing Coordinator
Thank you for your review and choosing Husky Liners! These are true universal mud flaps—so it is tough to be too specific with an instruction. The height of the truck and size of fender flares can change the position/mounting. The first step is to find the position that the mud guard will be installed. That might require two persons—it is often tough to see how the mud guard will look when you are holding it against the fender. We often use a small c-clamp or similar to hold the mud guard in place so we can back off and take a look if we are working alone. The heavier versions of the clips below are options if a person does not have a small c-clamp. You can use painters tape or similar to mark the top edge of the mud guard once you have the desired location. If there are factory fasteners that can be used, you can take a small dot of modeling clay (Play Doh will work) and place it on the head of the existing fasteners. Holding the mud guard back in the desired mounting location and then pushing it against the clay will transfer the clay to the mud guard. This will mark the location to drill a hole in the mud guard and allow using the factory fastener—or the factory hole. A 1/8” hole in the mud guard will be big enough to mount. Normally you will only find one, possibly two fasteners that can be used. If there are no fasteners, you can put clay in the location that can be drilled and, in the same way as described above, get the hole locations transferred to the mud guard. Usually three or four fasteners are plenty.