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Old 04-21-2013, 07:24 AM
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Splash guards?

Wife and I just bought a brand new Expedition XLT-Premium. We traded our '07 Edge for it. We had a '05 Expedition Eddie Bauer before that. Nice to be back in the larger vehicle.

My question to everyone is, what type of splash guards is everyone installing. On our '05 we had the option of molded ones that fit and looked great. Now all they have is the flat ones with the white Ford oval on them. Not very nice looking. Up here in northern Minnesota, splash guards are essential in helping to keep the vehicle clean. It has the factory color matched running boards.

I found these, but not sure if they will work or not.

Mud Flaps for 2012 Ford Expedition | etrailer.com

Thank you in advance for any input any of you may have!
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Old 04-21-2013, 08:58 PM
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Anybody use splash guard with retractable running board
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Old 04-22-2013, 08:49 PM
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I also went from a 05 eddie to a vw touareg.. And yep glad to be back in a 2010 Limited ( non-el) Love my Truck!!! I used Husky molded for the rear and Powerflow profit on the front. ( NO logos) I have fixed running boards.. yes and MUCH nicer than the flat ford flaps..
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Expoman how did the profits work on the front?
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