Need Mudflaps BIGTIME

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by dizzydog, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. dizzydog

    dizzydog Member

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    Rained here in Phoenix for the first time since I had my truck.

    Drove around a bit and holy cow do those front tires (35" KO2's on 18") throw up some major mud and dirt all over my front doors!

    I need an easy to install mudflap that won't require drilling.

    What do you guys recommend?
     
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    Weathertech flaps work great for me.
     
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    PDP flaps.
     
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    Smokeshow60 SgtMajor of the MemeCorps Supporting Member

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    I recommend using the search function. In the dozens of mudflap related threads I'm sure you'll find the information you seek.
     
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    Ive emailed those guys 2x asking about install process and haven't heard back. Do they require drilling??
     
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    Smokeshow60 SgtMajor of the MemeCorps Supporting Member

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    No. Very easy and clean install using factory screws and holes. U just need to put the holes in the flaps themselves
     
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    PDP is the cleanest look, and has held up to 400 miles of offroad abuse, including full suspension cycling. Uses factory screws, and you can get the Raptor logo on them in any color. Hit up Chris Kelly of Freedom Motorsports for a set. They run fairly cheap too.
     
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    smurfslayer Be vewwy, vewwy quiet. We’re hunting sasquatch77

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    One of the Gen 1 guys posted a how to that’s insightful. You just need to make a template from the truck, measure where you want your flats - for once, you get to control the horizontal and the vertical :biggrin: mark the template, match up the template with the mud flap, re-check and drill.

    mount the mud flap. Repeat as needed.

    I got a set of 4 PDPs, but I only run them in the front. Whatever clean up / damage I might mitigate with rear flaps is not worth it to me so that I can throw an epic, tractor trailer like wake in the rain.

    :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:
     
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    I just held the flaps up in place on the truck where I wanted them and firmly pressed them against the existing bolt heads. The PDP flaps were soft enough that this left a slight impression on them where I then simply drilled the holes. Worked perfectly. Took less than 15 minutes to install all 4
     

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