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Old 09-03-2010, 10:25 AM
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Weathertech mudflaps and Digital fit mats

Anyone install these no-drill mudflaps on a 2010 F-150 yet??

I was looking at them then at my truck and based on the instructions I read on line I am not sure they can be installed without drilling.

I am ordering their digital fit floor mats and was going to order the mudflaps at the same time to save on shipping but I want to make sure they can be installed without drilling.

Just got off the phone with one of their represantatives and was told that the ones for my truck would come with clips to hold them in place...these would have to be some heavy duty clips I would think.

Also, anyone have the digital fit floor mats??? They look really nice to me.
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Old 09-03-2010, 10:48 AM
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Anyone install these no-drill mudflaps on a 2010 F-150 yet??

I installed them on my 2009. Pictures are in my album.

I was looking at them then at my truck and based on the instructions I read on line I am not sure they can be installed without drilling.

They can.

I am ordering their digital fit floor mats and was going to order the mudflaps at the same time to save on shipping but I want to make sure they can be installed without drilling.

Just got off the phone with one of their represantatives and was told that the ones for my truck would come with clips to hold them in place...these would have to be some heavy duty clips I would think.

Also, anyone have the digital fit floor mats??? They look really nice to me.
I looked at them too and they are nice. Ended up buying the Huskyliners which are also very nice and a little less expensive.
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I have the Cabelas version of the WeatherTech floor liners (made by WeatherTech with a Cabelas badge on them). They are absolutely great, I love them. One thing, I did have to trim the back edge of the driver's side liner in one place where it pushed on the seat frame, but very minor and I didn't do that until a year after I first installed them.
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I had the digital liners in my last truck they were the best floor mats I've ever owned
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if you want a cheaper alternative, husky liner floor mats and mud flaps are great and just as good in terms of quality.

as for weathertech... their mudflaps typically are a no drill application. they usually use the factory holes.
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I have the mudflaps on my 350 and they are great!!!!!!, easy install, and I was really happy I didnt have to drill. They fit really snug and have a bolt that goes into an existing hole for additional support, I also had the floor mats in anothr vehicle and will be putting them in this one before winter!
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i have the digital cut floor mats in my 08 SD, i love them well worth it. but like stated above huskey is a cheaper alternative
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