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Old 12-03-2015, 02:36 PM   #1
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2015 F250 Mud Flap opinions….

I'm considering putting mud flaps on my F250. I don't like the looks of mud flaps in general, but I cringe every time I hit a spot of road construction and rocks start flying. I'm looking at either the Weathertech's, Husky's or the OEM Ford ones. I don't really care for the Weathertech's- particularly the way they are somewhat rounded on the upper half and then flatten out toward the bottom, but I'm not sure I'd really like the others any better. Anyone out there have pics of theirs so I can compare? Any other advice or recommendations?
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Old 12-03-2015, 03:02 PM   #2
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I went with the OEM flaps, they were easy to install and IMO have held up well.

Forgive me for dirty flaps but it has been to cold to wash the thing.

Left front.



Left rear.



I hang on a set of Rock Tamers when towing a trailer.
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Old 12-03-2015, 03:08 PM   #3
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I have DuraFlaps on the 3500. Very well made and easy to put on. Mud Flaps For Pick Up Trucks SUVs by DuraFlap
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Old 12-03-2015, 03:56 PM   #4
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I went with Husky mud guards. The are like the Ford OEMs but don't say "Ford" on them and cost significantly less.
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Old 12-03-2015, 08:33 PM   #5
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I went with Husky mud guards. The are like the Ford OEMs but don't say "Ford" on them and cost significantly less.
X2. I have Husky and my Dad has the dealer mud guards and they're identical. They are sturdy and just high enough that they don't get stuck on curbs when backing in to park.
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I have these...



And these while towing...
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I've got the molded Ford ones. I too don't really care for the look but the truck kept making a mess of itself. I have not seen any others in person, but did see on a Ford forum someone with duraflaps backed into something and the flap was so strong it split his dually fender in two. I considered switching to them, but found out they are more stiff than rubber, and mine clear most curbs and obstacles. I've decided to leave well enough alone and keep my Ford ones.
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I have DuraFlaps on the 3500. Very well made and easy to put on. Mud Flaps For Pick Up Trucks SUVs by DuraFlap
Im looking for mud flaps for my gmc 3500 and these flaps look like they are just what im looking for!!

Thanks for the link!!
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I have the WeatherTech flaps (as well as their floor mats). Couldn't be happier with them.
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X2 for the weathertechs. Easy to install and fit perfect.
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