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Old 09-01-2017, 11:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I bought a set and have had them on my truck for about a week now. I have nothing but positive things to say about them from a looks and quality standpoint. I only put them on because I added 1.5" wheel spacers to give the truck a more aggressive stance with stock wheels and I did not want to destroy the side of my truck with rocks, etc.... All said and done, they blend in with the truck extremely well and pretty much look like a stock item. You would never look at my truck and notice the mud flaps. They do their job, but remain pretty much inconspicuous; the color and texture is pretty close to the factory wheel arches.
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I bought a set and have had them on my truck for about a week now. I have nothing but positive things to say about them from a looks and quality standpoint. I only put them on because I added 1.5" wheel spacers to give the truck a more aggressive stance with stock wheels and I did not want to destroy the side of my truck with rocks, etc.... All said and done, they blend in with the truck extremely well and pretty much look like a stock item. You would never look at my truck and notice the mud flaps. They do their job, but remain pretty much inconspicuous; the color and texture is pretty close to the factory wheel arches.
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Tough crowd. That said, a pic is worth a thousand words. Finally got them up there so you can see them, but they are still sideways. I apologize, but that is the best that I can do for now.
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Tough crowd. That said, a pic is worth a thousand words. I am working on how to make the pics bigger, but here is something for now.
Just kidding in advance. That pic is worth about a four letter word lol.
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Jeff, tks for the pics...lookin' good


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Those actually look really nice and seem to fit well.
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For some reason they are $80 for the set when I go to AutoAnything?
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