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Old 03-12-2007, 06:24 PM
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Wild Rose Country mudflaps - where to buy

Anyone know where to buy those old Wild Rose Country mudflaps that used to be so popular?
I see them around, but always on older trucks and they always look pretty beat up. I could use some flaps on my truck, either new or used.

Also, if anyone has a spare 1977 license plate kicking around, I'd give it a home.
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I think you would rather have a set like mine

Plain white

http://www.ford-trucks.com/user_gall...116886&width=0

I get them in Red Deer at Silver Automotive.

Before plain white>

I liked these white with black letters because the read didn't go with my truck.




You can get the Alberta ones at Bowness auto parts

77 Plate ?

You mean a 75 License plate with a 77 sticker on it


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look near bottom of page

left side.

http://www.canplates.com/alberta.html

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Ah, I guess the 75-84 plates don't differ from year to year except for the sticker. Maybe I'll pick one of those up. The front of the truck looks empty without a plate.

As for the flaps, I don't really want plain ones, although the white looks nice on your truck.
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If you wait until the Red Deer swap meet 1st weekend in May you can get the plate and the mudflaps in one place.
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