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Old 06-11-2013, 09:02 AM
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Ok. I decided on putting these on my EXPRESS because every time it rains around here I get crud along the sides of my truck. Can't say I'm 100% happy. Instructions sheet didn't look like my truck, but I figured them out anyway. Fit was ok, though not perfect. When I drive above 50 mph I hear an annoying wind noise and feel a vibration in the floorboards. Do all mudflaps do this? Maybe I should have gone with the MOPAR , HUSKY or DURA flaps.
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Which one's did you get meaning part number? I bought a set to replace the mopar cause those were sanding down my paint on the outside, I have flares also that the Weathertech's fit really great and I have no noise or vibrations.
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I had the WT's on my 1500 and loved them... will likely replace the stocker's on my 2500 for the some WT's!
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have all the weathertech products. the best of the best. inchannel window visors, digital floor mats, and the mud flaps. all great products.
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Gotta go with RammedifIknow.. I have all the same products and they look and work great! I have been a weathertech buyer for all my trucks over the years and never had a problem.
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Did you take the factory plastic pieces off behind the wheel openings? they won't fit right with these left on the truck
Mine fit like a glove and couldn't be happier with them.
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Good point ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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I guess I'm just fussy. I did remove the "rock guards" or "spats" . There is an "optional" screw hole in the fronts. Maybe I'll use that. I found the space between the body and mudguards more than I would like.
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Please take a picture of this spacing issue cause something does not sound right, maybe you got a defective batch, maybe they sent you the wrong product.
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I would like see a photo of these as im looking for new mudflaps
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