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Old 02-13-2012, 08:09 AM
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If you look close you cans ee the lower part of my TT is aluminum diamond plate so there is no paint to get chipped up. Otherwise I would be looking at some sort of stone guard.

I won't be getting mud flaps for the X because ti has running boards (also protect the doors well from rocks) but for the back lower trim I will be covering them with invisiguard stuff.
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for trailer protection, I like these Rock Tamers

http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&key...l_5d31u2sagu_b

a cheaper solution:
http://www.amazon.com/Smart-Solution...=pd_sbs_auto_3
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Weathertech makes some nice do drill molded flaps. At the shop I work at we always used the huskey molded flaps. Until weathertech came out with the no drill ones.
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Reviving an old thread here....but does anyone have ideas on flaps for us guys with factory fender flares? I can't find any!!!
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I purchased a set for the front of my Eddie Bauer Ex last year. I have yet to install them but just holding them up they seem to fit quite well. I purchased them from Tasca Parts Center and the cost for the front pair was 40.00 US plus shipping.

The part number was:
8C3Z-16A550-CB
MUD GUARD



I hope someone else chimes in that knows where we can purchase a set for the rear.


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Reviving an old thread here....but does anyone have ideas on flaps for us guys with factory fender flares? I can't find any!!!
I bought Husky mud flaps, I looked up the part # front & rear for a 2005 limited super duty and they fit fine.
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Finding molded flaps for Limiteds/ EB's with the fender flares is hard to come by. They don't make them anymore so if you find any buy them.

I almost busted one of my rear ones on a snow bank today...that would have really pissed me off.
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Didn't someone recently post a link to an ebay ad in the CL thread for molded flaps?

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Edit: Yup. Expired auction, but seller relisted: http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/252761163450?vxp=mtr

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So those are the ones for the factory fender flares for sure?? Not too sound like an idiot....
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