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Old 08-16-2010, 09:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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MUD FLAPS!!!

I really need some help on mud flaps for my '11 F-450. I've already noticed what appear to be small stone hits on the front of my dually fenders which I'm assuming are from the front wheels! It has to stop!

Someone on this board recommended Duraflaps, but not sure if they had applied them on a '11. Does anyone have any experience with these on the '11 and if so, would love some feedback on fit/finish. I was looking at the drill-less flaps with the stainless weights:

Ford F350 Dullay Mud flaps And Custom Mudflaps For 4WD Dullays

The other brand I was looking at was Dee Zee. They've got a really sturdy rubber mat with a diamond plate insert but I don't believe they have it for the '11 models yet. I'll call them tomorrow to see when/if they plan to release an updated version.

Does anyone have any other recommendations for mud flaps?! Thanks!
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I really need some help on mud flaps for my '11 F-450. I've already noticed what appear to be small stone hits on the front of my dually fenders which I'm assuming are from the front wheels! It has to stop!

Someone on this board recommended Duraflaps, but not sure if they had applied them on a '11. Does anyone have any experience with these on the '11 and if so, would love some feedback on fit/finish. I was looking at the drill-less flaps with the stainless weights:

Ford F350 Dullay Mud flaps And Custom Mudflaps For 4WD Dullays

The other brand I was looking at was Dee Zee. They've got a really sturdy rubber mat with a diamond plate insert but I don't believe they have it for the '11 models yet. I'll call them tomorrow to see when/if they plan to release an updated version.

Does anyone have any other recommendations for mud flaps?! Thanks!
Very Very interested in finding wider front flaps than whats on there. It seems the guy putting the factory flaps on didn't notice the wider front end
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Old 08-22-2010, 07:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I ordered the Duraflap rears /w the stainless steel weights last week. They should be here Wednesday or Thursday. If the fit/finish is good, then I'll probably order some fronts from them as well. I agree with you Outlaw, the front flaps are woefully inadequate!
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same here ordered duaflaps 12" front and back i thought 14" was to wide? what does the husky liners or ford flaps measure? also i dont know where the extra two inches is achieved outside the tire or to the inside?
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same here ordered duaflaps 12" front and back i thought 14" was to wide? what does the husky liners or ford flaps measure? also i dont know where the extra two inches is achieved outside the tire or to the inside?
Alex, have you installed them yet?!
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no not yet but those cheap plastic looking ones from ford or husky just are not for me i will post some pics this weekend if they get here??? I did order the 14" wide ones cause i plan on a small lift kit like 3 n the front 2 n da back with add a leaf in the rear for having a 250 with the readylift kit

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I have the Duraflaps and LOVE them, NOTHING hits the truck. The install is a little confusing but the fit and finish is top notch. I got the ones with the SS without rivets showing. Same for front and rear.

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I have the Duraflaps and LOVE them, NOTHING hits the truck. The install is a little confusing but the fit and finish is top notch. I got the ones with the SS without rivets showing. Same for front and rear.

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Thanks Tim, that's awfully encouraging!
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Tim, Can you post some pictures of the duraflaps? I am looking for mud flaps and would like to see them on a truck...Thanks
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I am working long hours this week so I will get some this weekend.

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I posted these in another thread, they are pictures that Duraflap sent to me when I inquired about them. I am supposed to pick my truck up tomorrow as have a set sitting in the shop waiting to go on.



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Installed them yesterday! Take a look! The install was extremely simple. The product is VERY high quality. I now have the fronts on order which should be here next week. Those considering DuraFlap should not hesitate!



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Well I took some pix but cant figure out how to post them. I will try later.

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whats the best kind to get if you have Bushwacker flairs.. Im looking for a little more protection.. or .. will they look stupid..Thanks Jeff
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Installed them yesterday! Take a look! The install was extremely simple. The product is VERY high quality. I now have the fronts on order which should be here next week. Those considering DuraFlap should not hesitate!



WMB... can I ask what size mud flaps you ordered?
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