I placed these on the front fender so as to stop slop from accumulating on my step up to the truck. Needed something large and wide.
They are still attached to to truck so can’t complain.
Great product but do not order for a 4th gen ram i went to put it on the front and i had to trim to fit due to the fenders inserts around the tire.
Nice addition to my dodge easy installation great price cant go wrong.
The mud flaps looked fine for the money. However i returned them and bought nicer looking flaps and thicker flaps for a lot more money.
Been using for 3 months over winter now and no issues.
I did not have to drill, just used existing holes. My only wish is that they were an inch or two longer.
Great mud flap easy install with a 5/16′ for the bolts on a 2011. Connected in under 10 minutes. Drill holes with alignment holes and attach. I’m where the red mud is so let’s see how they hold up. New photos been mudding and they’ve held up. I took em through the red land kept the mud off truck. Great product for use ram owners.
- Hem dogg new flaps
- Decent, but not as good as I thought they’d be.
- 2014 Ram Longhorn Truck
Plasticolor Dodge Ram Logo Easy Fit Mud Guard 11″ – Set of 2
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- Most colorful and durable flaps
- Patented, fiberglass backing that keeps them from cracking or splitting
- Adds memory to keep their shape
- Made of a specially formulated PVC
- Withstands sub-zero temperatures and extreme heat without cracking
These definitely weren’t as easy to install for me as they were for others. One of the holes in both of the rear 2 tires did not line up so i really had to work long and hard to make it fit. These also aren’t completely flush against the truck, meaning there is a small space for salt and dirt to get into in between the flap and he truck door. This is kind of a big deal for those in a winter state like me where salt is so common on the roads.
These are very thick and attractive but do not fit my 2014 ram hemi quad cab very well.
I purchased two sets of these (front and rear) for my 2011 ram dakota bighorn and they are the perfect size. I’ve got bf goodrich long trail radial t/a’s on my truck and these flaps go just beyond the width of the tire. They’re plenty long enough too and the white ram logo really pops. The quality of the flaps is really good – fiberglass reinforced rubber so they hold their shape. I’ve got the fronts mounted but i haven’t gotten to the rears yet because i have to remove the tires to mount them and haven’t had time. But the fronts have been on for about a week now through some wet roads and highway speeds and i have no complaints whatsoever.
Pretty easy install using the supplied and truck screws. Fit was a little tough due to the shape of the wheelwell. One set showed up without screws but amazon made it right by sending me another set.
. Nice looking and long enough to do the job.
Installation is pretty straight forward, i used a level, an awl and some duct tape to position the flaps while i marked the two existing fender well holes from the backside(the truck was on level ground). Some mud flaps advertise they are pre-drilled which would have been handy, however you would lose you ground clearance adjustment. I also did not want to drill additional holes in my fender lip. I had to notch out a small inside corner to clear an existing wheel well return lip but was quite easy using a pair of aviation snips. The screws were a little small for the existing fender liner attach holes so i got some larger diameter screws with a washered head for better retention. I also added a third screw into the fender liner itself to assure they would maintain being parallel to the adjacent tire face in the wind. The mud flaps are fairly compliant and still seem tough enough to do their job without tearing, keeping the below door forward rocker noticeably cleaner than without. They also rinse off easily and take tire shine nicely. I am in tx and cannot comment on how they respond in the great white north. A decent price for logo flaps that are not too gaudy.
These are very sturdy and are easily installed on the rear. The front has a 1′ hump which would make it impossible to install in the front without cutting them and i feel that would destroy them. I mounted them over the plastic rock guards and used the same screws that came with the truck. I did put a 3rd screw further in the make it more stable. I did not have to remove the tires. Most of the time was spend finding the best place to punch holes in the mudguards. For the 2nd mudguard, i just used the 1st one as a template and it took only 10 min for that one. Make sure you get the 11′ ones since the 15′ are smaller. Now i just have to look for front ones.
These are good, heavy rubberized mud guards that are easily installed on a 1500 or 2500. The guard-set (2) comes with eight screws that can be driven through the guard and the wheel-well liner easily. I installed mine with a three-position, electric screwdriver without removing the tire. Each mudguard took about 10-minutes each to install. An assistant to hold the guard for the first screw is helpful. If she’s pretty you might need her for the entire install; that was my experience.
I had my body shop install these, they weren’t the easiest to put on at home, but my truck was in the shop for paint when i ordered them anyway. They’re made very well, haven’t had a single scratch or ding in my paint from rocks kicked up since they were put on.
I ordered this product with the colored “ram” believing that it would easily fit my dodge truck. To center them on the tire means it is necessary to elevate them or have the flap stick out and look rather unsightly. They are also not fitted to the fender well holes. This took longer than i anticipated. They function as intended, although they are higher than expected. The results were minimally satisfactory, but i would consider another product with easier installation.
These mud flaps fit great on my 2007 ram. Seems like great construction and i used my old mud flaps as a template. They hang down just enough to provide ample protection but not too low to look old-manish.