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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-06-2019, 09:20 AM Thread Starter
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Mud Flaps for F250, no fender flares

Anyone put on mud flaps on their truck, or have suggestions for mud flaps? Truck is 2011, F250 with no fender flares. But does have sidesteps.
I did an internet search, see quite a few, from expensive to cheap $ types. Thought I ask first if anyone has them, or added to their truck, plus the pro’s and con’s.

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I like the Ford Accessories mud flaps. Many on here like the DuraFlaps or the WeatherTech.

On my 2015, I ordered it with the molded splash guards/mud flaps installed at the factory. The right front rubbed the paint off the fender lip. Ford covered it under the 3/36 warranty. I replaced the molded with the flat mud flaps.

The Ford flaps have smooth back where the DuraFlaps have grooves. I think the grooves will retain the mud or snow or....until you wash/scrub them when you clean your truck.

My truck is a dually but the rears will mount similar to the fronts on my truck.


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+1 on the OEM flaps. Also, +1 on no fender flares, I'm in the process of fixing some rust on my 2001 now b/c of fender trim.

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I picked up some GatorBacks thru TruckHardware. I like the look but it takes a bit to get them mounted/aligned correctly.

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Those rain grooves on the DuraFlap do not capture the snow or mud. The polyethylene material lets it slip right off. They do keep muddy water from working its way around the edge of the flat surface and ending up on the truck. They direct that back down to the ground.
They also help break up the mud and snow balls when they hit the uneven surface instead of them bouncing off the front side of the mud flap and back up onto the truck.
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Got it, good info. Thanks guys.
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