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Old 02-10-2014, 06:08 PM
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Mud Flaps for a 2013 f350?

Hey guys I just bought a 2013 ford f350 short bed without mud flaps on it and i figured this was the best place to look for a good set. I was curious who you all go through for a good set of mud flaps for the Super Dutys with as minimal of drilling as possible to prevent doing damage to the truck?
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Old 02-10-2014, 06:52 PM
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I got some Weather-Tech mudflaps on eBay. No drilling required.
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I just ordered the Ford accessories molded ones over the parts counter. Simple, clean, easy no drill install.
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I just ordered the Ford accessories molded ones over the parts counter. Simple, clean, easy no drill install.
I got the same on my 14.easy to install
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Factory ones suck in the rear. Don't hang low enough to keep rocks off the rear quarter panel! Dura flaps a +++
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Old 02-10-2014, 11:36 PM
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Weather tech x2. No drilling and they are laser fit. Look great and clean up well.
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Weather tech x2. No drilling and they are laser fit. Look great and clean up well.
Matt, I was looking at the Weather Tech for my 2010 Super Duty. Do the rears do a decent job of protecting? I don't like the look of the Duraflaps. They remind me of homemade flaps we use to cut from tractor trailer flaps.
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Factory ones suck in the rear. Don't hang low enough to keep rocks off the rear quarter panel! Dura flaps a +++
I agree. I have the factory flaps on my truck and had to add some extensions to protect the rear quarter panels.
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They protect the rear of the truck very well in my opinion, much better then the Ford OEM ones. . You can actually see where the rest of the truck is dirty, and that spot is relatively clean comparatively because of the mud flaps. Also when you clean the truck all you do and rinse them and rub them with a little soap like MG Ultimate and they are like new again, and made in USA.
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Finally got around to installing my Weather Tech guards. Fastest and easiest flaps I ever installed. Comments about the rears needing to be a bit lower were correct but I figured anything is better than nothing. At least my fronts keep crap off my factory running boards.
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Went with the DuraFlap on mine. Nice heavy duty flap with good coverage.
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I have DuraFlap on the rear....I like them.....
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That pic looks funny. Where is the drivers side fender? I know the pic was taken a little off center, but it looks like you should still see some fender.Flaps look good though.
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Another vote for duraflaps!! I had the molded factory ones before and they ended up scratching all the paint because sand and stuff got stuck between. Now I can't really fix it without repainting so it looks like crap.... Never again!
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