Getting Flap

ImageMud flaps help protect your trailer and vehicle in tow from getting damaged from rocks and other debris that get thrown up from your tires. This debris can really do some damage to your trailer decreasing the future value and giving a place for rust to start. Imagine towing your show car down a gravel road on an open trailer!

Mud flaps are also mandatory in many states on lifted vehicles to prevent damage to other vehicles on the road. Yes, you are responsible to damage you cause to other vehicles (even little rock chips). The law in many states requires mud flaps to cover just below the center of the tire to be legal. So to be effective the mud flaps must extend below the center of the tire.

There are many types of mud flaps on the market today. There are light -weight polymer and heavier rubber. Though they are lighter, polymer guards are plenty durable. However, for a vehicle that’s going to be spending time on rough road conditions, it’s probably better to go with heavy-duty rubber, which is more popular for recreational vehicles like light trucks and, of course, Jeeps.

 

There are permanent mounted types and others that are removable for temporary use. These are great for show trucks that must have mud flaps to be legal for road use and can be easily removed at the show for a cleaner look. These removable mud flaps are also popular for the occasional tower to protect their trailers and remove when not towing.

 

The permanent style mud flaps are usually less obtrusive and are usually factory looking or molded into the body lines of the vehicle for a more streamlined look.

 

Mud flaps not only protect your trailer they also protect your own vehicle from rocks as well. If you go off roading often or travel back roads you will notice tons of little paint chips behind the wheels of our vehicle. A good set of mud flaps can prevent all this.

 

Mud flaps are also a good opportunity to inject your truck with a little bit of vanity. Beyond color choices, you can choose to go with a mud flap plated with stainless steel or chrome (though these will be more expensive, they do look nice). If you really want to tart up your Jeep and who doesn’t, when you get right down to it? —you can spring even further for customized mud flaps, which will let you add a logo or other personalized details.

 

 

 Mud Flaps help protect your trailer and vehicle in tow from getting damaged from rocks and other debris that get thrown up from your tires. This debris can really do some damage to your trailer decreasing the future value and giving a place for rust to start. Imagine towing your show car down a gravel road on an open trailer!

Mud flaps are also mandatory in many states on lifted vehicles to prevent damage to other vehicles on the road. Yes, you are responsible to damage you cause to other vehicles (even little rock chips). The law in many states requires mud flaps to cover just below the center of the tire to be legal. So to be effective the mud flaps must extend below the center of the tire.

There are many types of mud flaps on the market today. There are light -weight polymer and heavier rubber. Though they are lighter, polymer guards are plenty durable. However, for a vehicle that’s going to be spending time on rough road conditions, it’s probably better to go with heavy-duty rubber, which is more popular for recreational vehicles like light trucks and, of course, Jeeps.

 

There are permanent mounted types and others that are removable for temporary use. These are great for show trucks that must have mud flaps to be legal for road use and can be easily removed at the show for a cleaner look. These removable mud flaps are also popular for the occasional tower to protect their trailers and remove when not towing.

 

The permanent style mud flaps are usually less obtrusive and are usually factory looking or molded into the body lines of the vehicle for a more streamlined look.

 

Mud flaps not only protect your trailer they also protect your own vehicle from rocks as well. If you go off roading often or travel back roads you will notice tons of little paint chips behind the wheels of our vehicle. A good set of mud flaps can prevent all this.

 

Mud flaps are also a good opportunity to inject your truck with a little bit of vanity. Beyond color choices, you can choose to go with a mud flap plated with stainless steel or chrome (though these will be more expensive, they do look nice). If you really want to tart up your Jeep and who doesn’t, when you get right down to it? —you can spring even further for customized mud flaps, which will let you add a logo or other personalized details. And don’t forget the world famous Yosemite Sam Back Off mud flaps!Image

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