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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-18-2019, 08:49 AM Thread Starter
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Mudflaps for front

I have 2015 f-350 Dually 6.7, four inch lift with the large fender flares can't find a mudflap that fits in front any ideas?
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Have you tried DuraFlaps? I think they might be the only one that has anything that might work.


https://duraflap.com/truck-model/ford/duallys-ford/
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https://www.rpmoutlet.com/2011-2015-...-mud-flaps.htm

These may fit.

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The design of modern cars has done away for mudflaps now. On certain models the rear bumper comes down lower to act in the same way as a mudflap would have.
Also they look pretty naff. Nothing worse than seeing a nice new car with flaps on.

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