Mudflaps

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Has anyone installed Weathertech mudflaps and can post pictures? Living in PA snow belt I would like to add them.

Wish GM had some option. I saw a picture of a ZR2 prototype that had them on it but they didn’t make production.
 
I went with Ren Gen and love the quality and install.
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I also went with the Rek Gens and really like them. I live on muddy rutted out roads and they’ve worked so far.
 

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Thanks. Someone on FB ZR2 group posted picture of the weathertech ones. Hard make pitas the truck was black. I wish GM had options as well.
 
Has anyone installed Weathertech mudflaps and can post pictures? Living in PA snow belt I would like to add them.
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Wish GM had some option. I saw a picture of a ZR2 prototype that had them on it but they didn’t make production.
I installed them yesterday. Love them and easy install. Great fit.
 
I just installed my WeatherTech's yesterday...LOVE them. I put them on all of my vehicles. Looks OEM and excellent quality! Highly recommend.
 
I went with the Rek Gens as well.
 

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I just installed the Weather Techs on mine over the weekend. Very easy install and they are nice and solid.
 

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I just installed the Weather Techs on mine over the weekend. Very easy install and they are nice and solid.
Are they flexible at all? Will they rip out if they get caught on something?
 
I would say that they are pretty inflexible and would catch on something while off-road.
Thanks! Trying to decide. $80 bucks for a set of husky/WTs or $250 for the rek gens. Haven’t seen either in person, but would be nice to keep mud and salt spray off the rockers and running boards.
 
Thanks! Trying to decide. $80 bucks for a set of husky/WTs or $250 for the rek gens. Haven’t seen either in person, but would be nice to keep mud and salt spray off the rockers and running boards.
I just drove thru a 3 day monsoon and the running boards, side of the truck, and rear bumper are pretty much clean! SO MUCH BETTER!
 
Thanks! Trying to decide. $80 bucks for a set of husky/WTs or $250 for the rek gens. Haven’t seen either in person, but would be nice to keep mud and salt spray off the rockers and running boards.
I had them on my late F150. I'm installing WT flaps in my 23 ZR2 this weekend. I like them but be forewarned, if you live where it snows, they'll haul plenty of snow/mud/road gunk into your garage.
 
Thanks! Trying to decide. $80 bucks for a set of husky/WTs or $250 for the rek gens. Haven’t seen either in person, but would be nice to keep mud and salt spray off the rockers and running boards.
Unless you are planning to rock crawl, I think the Husky/WT mud guards look SOOOO much nicer and I like an OEM look anyway.
 
Not planning on rock crawling, just life in the country. Don’t want to put anything on that will cost more in repairs of damaged, but hard to justify paying 3x for basically same thing.
 

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