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I put on the weather techs because my factory W2W were coated in mud. The weather techs looked to small at the beginning but they work. Your going to get some crap on the truck regardless. They are defiantly better than nothing, plus its nice not to have to drill a hole. I was told from line-x people that the husky's needed one hole to be drilled which I didn't want.
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I didnt have to drill anything when I installed my Mopar Molded flaps on the front.
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I put on the Huskys front and back. As mentioned, Husky has the extra hole on top for the fronts. I did NOT want to break paint and drill another hole. They hold just fine like they are. I looked long and hard at that extra drill hole and finally decided a discriminate eye would have to look for it to see it. I also scratched my head over the clear protectors they provided. I left them off because they didn't look like they would hold up well and may peel or crack over time. I like the look the way they are. I asked around for opinions on the clear sheets and the consensus was that they are not needed. Time will tell, but I think they'll do a decent job protecting from dirt and chips.
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lol this thread is useless without pics!!!!! Cmon guys lets see how good they look. Teflon
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Those look like they cover more than my husky. Not sure.
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Hey "RAM DUDE" Just for the record I've tried to respond with pic's, as you requested apparently with out success. not sure what else to try
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Does anyone know which manufacture provides more wheel coverage and length? Basically which one is the biggest between mopar, weathertech or husky????????
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