I put these on the front wheel wells of my ford explorer to keep mud and snow from packing between the body and step rails. They are thicker and heavier then others i have had.
Nice looking, good build quality, used on 89 ranger.
Thought they would be bigger.
I love these mudguards and no one else makes them like plasticolor. Not only do they look good, but the quality is far better than any other brand available.
The manufactured quality is outstanding on these original ford factory splash guards or mud guards which ever way you call them. The price for two mud flaps was a low $16. Ironically, my auto mechanic charged me $40. To install both mud flaps on my mercury sedan. Unfortunately, i don’t have a body shop car lift; otherwise, i could have drilled the holes and installed them myself. These mud flaps are constructed of a very hard and durable material and i expect them to last for the life of my 2006 mercury grand marquis sedan, which i plan to keep forever. I give this item a solid 5-star rating and buy recommendation.
They are too small for my ford f150 pickup would be ok for a car.
- THE FINEST QUALITY MUD FLAPS I EVER BOUGHT
- Ford mud flaps better than I thought they would be
- Nice. Ford licence. Good fit. Put on 2002 mustang
Purchased a set of these for my hubby’s truck to keep road gravel from hitting our travel trailer. Wish they were a little larger, but they do the job. Hubby installed in a couple of minutes and they look great.
Ford blue oval easy fit mud guards are my 2nd set. I was so happy with the first set that lasted for more years than i can remember that i purchased these again and i am looking forward to many more years of use from them on my 2003 mustang.
Solid material, very easy to mount.
Love them betty good mud flaps.
Installed quick and came with self tapping screws. Used on a 2010 expedition and on a 2006 f150.
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They are not the ridgid plastic, these are a rubber composite of some sort and look like they will take a beating. Look great, installation was easy on a ford explorer. Did i mention they look great?.
I put these on my 2002 mustang. I searched to see if anyone else has done this or could answer a question on it and couldnt find anyone who has. They look fantastic and give my car a nice new style. Screwed the screws in without a problem and they have stayed strong. I did have to take the back wheels off in order to screw them on. All in all a really good product for a good price. Officially ford licence too.
They are relatively easy to install. 8 put these on my 2016 ford explorer and it added a rugged off road look to it. The most difficult part is positioning them.
Purchased for a 2003 ford ranger. They are not the correct shape as the ranger doesn’t have the piece cut from the top, it is more rectangular. But these worked and look nice.
I was told i had to get some sort of mud flaps for my truck to pass inspection next time. Because the tires stuck out of the fender wells too much. So i didn’t care what type of mud flaps i got. However since i have a ford f-150. I decided to get these ford logo mud flaps. Now they are simple and flat, but they are made with some sort of rubber and fiberglass construction so they are stiff (a good thing). For the price i do think these are higher quality than i expected. So good buy at a good price.
They are a rubber/fiberglass mix. Not as long as the oem plastic flaps.
Most colorful and durable flaps
They are ok but the set for the rear ones i got from my ford dealer was much thicker and nicer.