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Gatorback Mud Flaps w/pics

Ram19Va

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I desperately needed some mud flaps b/c dirt driveways and grime from the road were constantly covering my lower fenders and side steps. After installing the Gatorbacks that is an issue of the past now. No mud gets kicked up on fenders or steps. I swear these trucks should have come with them from the factory. IMG_20181207_111836706_HDR.jpg IMG_20181207_111849293_HDR.jpg
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Dirtfreak

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Ram19Va

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I just took it to the dealer to get installed. It did require drilling one hole, but I did not have a right-angle drill that could fit in between the tire and fender. You would have to have a small form factor drill or take off the tire to do it otherwise.
 

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For the front set I used a small Phillips screw driver and heated it up and used it to punch a hole in the wheel well liner. The rear ones have plenty of room to drill them from the back side of the liner. Super easy to install. My dealer wanted to charge me an hour per set which was $200 in labor.
 

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