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Thanks for your pictures as well. Did you get the long, or the short for your new truck?
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I went without the chrome weight strips. At first I regretted it but I've grown to like the all black look. I can always add them later if I change my mind.
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Thanks for your pictures as well. Did you get the long, or the short for your new truck?
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I have the long on my 06 and bought the long ones again for the 2012. I like to have them long to reduce the risk of debris coming up and hitting the front of my RV.
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SignalMaintainer,
Your truck has the 20" wheels doesn't it? I have the 18s, so mine is an inch shorter. I may still go with the longs.
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Yes I have the 20's but that shouldn't matter, the ride height should be the same. You just have more tire than I do. I believe my spare is an 18" and the tire size makes up for the difference. I measured from the bottom of the truck and put a piece of cardboard up to determine the length I wanted. I figured if they were to long I could always cut them. I'm sure you'll be happy either way.
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I have decided on getting the long no drill from Duraflaps. I will get them without the chrome strip on the bottom.
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I also have had excellent luck with Husky mud flaps. They are easy to install and I have used them on three Super Duties and two Explorers. The cost is also reasonable.
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