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Hey everyone, I have an 09 f250 and would like to put some mudflaps front and rear. The way the wheel wells are it looks like it may be a little work. Before I order a $100 worth of flaps I thought I would see what others have had success with. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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i use cloud rider mud flaps and have had great success have only ripped one off so far. i do not use self tapping screws in mine or bolts. i rivit them so if they do rip out it dont split the fenders.

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I just put Duraflap Mudflaps on my 09. They are the best fitting flap I've ever seen! VERY high quality! You don't have to drill a single hole in your truck, thats the reason I got them.

http://www.duraflap.com/ford.html

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Thanks for the input. The Duramax flaps look pretty cool, I will have to check them out.

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Thanks for the input. The Duramax flaps look pretty cool, I will have to check them out.

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fine69 you still like the duraflaps? Where they easy to install?
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Mud flaps are for sissies. I line-xed the lower 1/4 panels.

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fine69 you still like the duraflaps? Where they easy to install?
Yeah, I love them. They were simple to install, you use all factory holes, so you don't have to worry about drilling holes in your new truck and then having them rust. I would DEFINITELY buy them again!

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I installed the factory mud flaps and they fit like a glove. As I recall, I had to drill two holes prior to installing the rears.
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Do you have any pics of your truck with the dura Flaps installed.
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