Mud flaps offer a practical and simple solution to keep a truck, SUV, or pickup looking great and free of dirt, rocks, and splashes. The mudguards offer extra protect for the side of a track against rock chips, while also acting as splashguard to keep clear or mud and tar.
Splashguards often come in heavy-duty materials, such as formulated PVC, high-impact rubber, and thermoflex to fit most makes and models of pickups, sports utility vehicles, vans, and trucks. Beside the resilient plastics, mud flaps also come in a powder coated aluminum for a distinctive appearance.
A standard-sized mud flap measures in the region of 14 to 32-inch in length, while those with a fiberglass backing offers increased strength, and designed to cope in sub-zero or extreme temperature conditions - all without discoloring, splitter or cracking.
Mudguards come in a multitude of designs and color choices to complement a particular vehicle - with the most common style in a dark gray or black matte finish, with others that are painted for a custom look, and those that come with a specific logos, motif, or design emblem.
WeatherTech, Cruiser Accessories, Husky Liner, Dee Zee, and PlastiColor all offer a collection of splashguards to fit most pickups and sports utility vehicles, include those models from Nissan, Jeep, Ford, Chevrolet, and Toyota.
Mud flaps often come designed to facilitate ease in mounting with all hardware included for home or workshop installation. On some of the mudguard systems, a minimal amount of drilling is a necessity. A complete splashguard system might only be required when towing a trailer - at other times its taken off to maintain the stylish nature of the pickup.
All in all, a quality set of mud flaps are perfect to avoid the build up of dirt on the side of a van, SUV, or pickup, and that means less body damage, rust, or scratches with a sufficient-sized mudguard system.
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