(approx) 2 Hours
Simple installation for anyone.
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Justin: If you're looking for a perfect-fitting set of front and rear mud flaps for that '21 and newer F150 at home, with the benefit of a easy no-drill installation, well then, the Weathertechs that we have here today should be near the top of your shortlist. Now, the made-in-the-USA Weathertechs will feature four OE-style plastic flares or flaps, along with all of the necessary hardware for the low $100 price point, while also being backed by a limited lifetime warranty.So the benefit of having a mud flap installed on your truck is pretty simple, right? Keep things a bit cleaner by preventing dirt, mud, rocks, snow, whatever, from flinging down the side or rear of your truck. Now, the only downside, I would say, to a mud flap, at least traditionally, is that they're not always the best-looking esthetic modification. But Weathertech here has found a way to make them low profile and still at the same time provide plenty of functionality.Now, I'm sure most truck owners out there are very familiar with the Weathertech name especially when it comes to things like floor mats, but their mud flaps, I would say, are also extremely popular here on the site as the 100-plus five-star reviews on this particular product show. So, as always, guys, feel free to read up on some of those comments and reviews before pulling the trigger, just to get a better sense of what these things will be about.Now, as far as your construction is concerned, well, you are going to be looking at what is called a thermoplastic resin construction. Basically, a fancy way of saying extremely thick, extremely durable plastic, that is backed up by that lifetime warranty I mentioned earlier. Now, that material has been given a textured-black finish here, which to me once installed will give off a very factory-like appearance. But what do you say, we switch gears and get into the install? And again, no drilling, no permanent modification needed, that is one of the big appeals here with this particular product. So, therefore, the site is gonna call it a solid one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, two hours to complete, at most, from start to finish. I have a feeling most of you will knock it out probably a lot quicker than that. But to give you a better idea of just how to get all four of these bad boys in place, here's an AT customer to walk you through the job now. Check it out.Man: The tool list is a 7/16-inch wrench, 1/4-inch drive ratchet with a 7-millimeter socket, a couple of straight screwdrivers, a Phillip short screwdriver, trim tools, an Allen wrench, and a little Phillips bit that is supplied with the mud flaps. And also, a sponge, alcohol pads, soap, and Microfiber towel.First thing we have to do on the front is take our 7-millimeter and remove these two right here. You'll need to retain these two screws that will be used later on the mud flap. And my trim tools will not fit into this recess hole, that's what the small screwdrivers are for, to pop this little one out. That one will be reused. There we go, that little clip that unsnaps in the back. Included in the kit is a protective film that we put on the side of the fender right here to protect the paint. I'll wipe that off. A little test fit. Make sure the clip is in the unlocked position, it shows on the back. I'll also need to remove the bolt right there. Go ahead and install the protective film so that it can be drying while I take the rest of it off. To install the film, we use the soap. This is labeled left-hand side, right-hand side, so we're working on the right. Spray this so that it won't stick. We can move it around, get it where we want it to go. This peels off. Spray it on the sticky side. Test-fit again. It's supposed to stick out an eighth of an inch. That looks good right there. Now, I'm gonna take a sponge, hold it down and try to dry it off so it'll stick. I've got a few air bubbles, it'll start to stick in place. Forgot about this one during the introduction. It's a 10-millimeter. Start that one back. Start the two small ones in here. Snug that one up a little bit so we can reach the other one. Put the liner in so it will reach. There we go.Also need to go get the Allen wrench. Rotate it a quarter turn, it locks in, and then you just snug it down. After getting snug there, we'll finish up, snug it [inaudible 00:08:39]. Switch back to our 10-millimeter and tighten this one up. There we go. Now onto the rear.On the rear, we had to remove two clips here and one from the underneath to allow for the bolts to go in to hold the mud flap. I'm gonna cut them off. They're easier to cut off than they are to pull out. They're not gonna be reused anyway. All right. Now that they're removed, let's unbox the rear one. Always make sure you're in the unlocked position on your tab, test-fit. Use our alcohol pad and clean your finger. All right. [Inaudible 00:11:08]. We're working on the right side, so pull that film off, spray the back of it, set it back down against the trim that's here. Just trying to get it to dry off.The difference between the front and the rear, the rear comes with hardware. We need three bolts, three nuts, and three washers for each side. Again, make sure our clip is in the unlock position right there. Washer. The kit supplies a Phillips bit, I chose to use a stubby screwdriver just to make it easier. Now, our Allen wrench. Make sure the clip goes in the lock position and snug it down. There we go.Justin: So if you like to keep that new F150 a little bit cleaner and well, looking like new, be sure to check out a set of front and rear mud flaps from Weathertech available right here at americantrucks.com.
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|Mud Flap Placement
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Built for Exceptional Protection. Protect your truck’s vulnerable section with these Weathertech No-Drill Mud Flaps in Black for the Front and Rear. Their high-quality yet flexible design and construction provide remarkable protection against mud and dirt splashes. This allows you to conquer rugged terrain more boldly than ever. And with their smooth and laser-measured design, these mud flaps add to your vehicle’s impressive appeal.
Remarkably Durable. Built for the toughest adventures you can find for your truck, these Mud Flaps are molded from proprietary thermoplastic resin. They have been designed using DigitalFit technology to ensure a perfect fit. With their durable construction, you can rest assured of the maximum durability and years of reliable on or off-road performance that these mud flaps offer.
Easy to Set Up. These Mud Flaps are designed to install on your truck quickly and easily. They mount using OE installation screws and QuickTurn fasteners without the need for drilling or other permanent alterations to your vehicle.
Backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. To ensure customer satisfaction, these No-Drill Mud Flaps are backed by Weathertech’s lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects from the original date of retail purchase. Please note that some limitations may apply. To learn more, you may refer to the manufacturer’s website.
Application. These Weathertech No-Drill Mud Flaps in Black for the Front and Rear are engineered to fit all 2021-2024 Ford F-150 models, excluding Raptors.
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(approx) 2 Hours
Simple installation for anyone.
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