Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by dizzydog, Jan 11, 2018.
I have a gen 1, and while I could have possibly gotten away with not drilling, I was more concerned about keeping the flaps attached to my truck
Sorry. Didn't consider that... I do advise the addition of some 3m double sided tape insurance
I'm intrigued by your response. What looks cheap about the Husky mud flaps to you? Have you found some that did not look cheap? I am not the least bit defensive because that is what I put on my truck, but I bought them for the exact opposite reason of what you stated. I thought they blended in really well and looked kind of stock. They would not do well for off-road use because they are too rigid, but I thought they looked a lot nicer than the thinner and more flexible models.
Personal opinion they look rigid and plastic. I prefer the look of the Gatorbacks which look like a heavy duty rubber and higher end.
Rokblokz look ok.
Appreciate your feedback. Differing opinions is what makes the world fun and interesting. What you saw as negatives is what I saw as positives and vice versa. Some guys like thin women, some like them fat. You must like them fat (Just kidding).
I agree Jeff, I think they, even though I don't like the looks of mud flaps, I think the huskies look better than the rubber ones.
And I like thin women (not kidding) :-D
Mud on a truck? Oh noes!
These are so full of win
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