New, Genuine Ford Gatorback. Stainless Steel Mud flaps / Splash Guards for 2015-2020 Ford F-150.
What is A Ford Gatorback Mud Flap?
Ford Gatorback Logo Mud Flaps Are Manufactured In Canada To Give Your Truck The Best Look From The Highest Quality Mud Guards On The Market! Not Only Are The Gatorback Mud Flaps Functional, Featuring A 1/2" Thick Rubber Flap, But They Add The Style With Embossed Stainless Steel Plates .
The Ford Gatorbacks Install Flush To The Inside Of The Wheel Well .
Ford Gatorback Mud Flaps Feature A Removable Stainless Steel Plate With Formed Edges For Strength, And Hidden T-nuts. The Cold Formed 304 Stainless Steel Plate Is Die-stamped.
- This is a set of 4 to do all 4 wheels.
- Logo Included As Shown
- No Measuring, Cutting, Or Modifications Required. These Genuine Ford Parts are an exact fit.
- Pre-Punched Holes From the factory.
- Hardware and instructions are included.
- Premium Virgin Rubber Construction
- Cold Formed Die-stamped 304 Stainless Steel Plate
- Helps Deflect Stones And Other Debris
- Helps Reduce Mud And Slush Build Up On Running Boards Or Step Bars
In Some cases drilling may be required. If you are not comfortable drilling into metal or plastic, you may want to contact a local shop for installation pricing before ordering.
Do The wheels need to be removed to install? In most cases the answer is no. you can work around them with plenty of room. However if you have access to a lift, and can remove the wheels when installing it will make it easier, and save you some time. In some rare cases when you have very large diameter aftermarket wheels, your wheels may have to be removed to install.
These are ultra premium exact fit splash guards made by the same company who built your vehicle.
These guards are not an afterthought, they were designed during the vehicle design phase, using exact engineering blueprints and measurements.
Strong Attachment Keep your flaps attached, even in most off road situations.
The photo below is not vehicle specific, but is an example of how the flaps attach strongly, and the attachments are made to last. These are not cheaply made.
Most of our customers install these themselves with little effort, however sometimes it is easier to have them professionally done.
Note: Most smaller shops will not have the expertise to install these especially if drilling is required.
Large Professional shops and new car dealerships will most likely do the best job and use best practices when it comes to installation and rust prevention.
Smaller Shops will most likely NOT do a good job, and may hastily install the guards casing damage to the vehicle.