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Old 12-15-2014, 01:51 PM   #1
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Mudflaps for dually

Hi All, We are looking to put mudflaps, front? and rear?
on our new 3500 Denali dually pulling a 36FB. Comments, thanks.
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Old 12-15-2014, 02:30 PM   #2
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Bill you have the new version of my rig & truck, pics would be nice!. Got my flaps at the dealership, made like Husky, but with GMC printed on them. Just as long as you DON'T use the truck flaps with the chrome naked lady on them & downgrade that beautiful Denali. LOL!
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Old 12-15-2014, 02:47 PM   #3
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I put the GM mud flaps on, but before a recent Alaska trip I added an extension to them (made from an old bed mat) to help block further crap from hitting the front of the RW. At least of ours, the GM flaps were approx 6" above the road surface allowing plenty of junk to still fly off the tires.
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These folks made mine. Custom fabrication so they're a little bit on the pricier side but they're as beautiful as a mudflap can be, and the quality is second to none.

http://www.duraflap.com/
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These folks made mine. Custom fabrication so they're a little bit on the pricier side but they're as beautiful as a mudflap can be, and the quality is second to none.

http://www.duraflap.com/
X2 on duraflap. Excellent family run business, excellent customer service
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Old 12-15-2014, 04:02 PM   #6
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These folks made mine. Custom fabrication so they're a little bit on the pricier side but they're as beautiful as a mudflap can be, and the quality is second to none.

http://www.duraflap.com/
X3 My buddy put Duraflaps on his Dodge and they are nice! I'll probably pull my Ford OEMs and install those.

I did try the Rock-Tamer's and wasn't impressed. They were clumsy and in a cross wind they tended to do more damage than they were there to protect.
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Old 12-15-2014, 06:09 PM   #7
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I like the OEM flaps on my GMC. No drilling required. I will agree the rears could be 2" longer.

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I like the OEM flaps on my GMC. No drilling required. I will agree the rears could be 2" longer. Mark
No drilling required with the DuraFlap...and they would have made yours 2" longer.
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I've run the DuraFlap on my 2011, 2012, and 2014 Ram's. The '11 & '14 are SRW and the '12 was a DRW. I like the flaps that have the stainless on the bottom and will buy them again on the next truck.
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X4 for duraflap, no drilling, good quality, made a big difference for the truck and trailer. Fronts and rear, lots of gunk comes off those front tires too.
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