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Justin: If you're looking for a perfect fitting set of front and rear mud flaps for that 2015 and newer F-150 with the benefit of a no-drill installation, well, then the WeatherTechs that we have here should definitely be at the top of your shortlist. Now, the WeatherTechs will combine four OE-style plastic flares altogether for right around $90, while the install itself will be extremely painless. So, figure strong one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. Maybe an hour of your time to complete from start to finish. But if you guys hang with me for a bit, we'll walk you through that job later in the video.So, the benefit of having a mud flap installed on your F-150 is pretty simple, right? Keep things a bit cleaner by preventing that dirt, mud, rock, snow, whatever from flinging down the side or rear of your truck. Now, the only downside of a mud flap, I would say, is that they're not always the best-looking modification. Typically, they're really big, maybe look outta place. That's not the case here. WeatherTech has found a way to make them very low-profile but still provide a ton of functionality.Now, I'm sure most truck owners out there are familiar with that WeatherTech name, especially when it comes to floor mats. However, their mud flaps that we have here are also extremely popular on the site as the many five-star reviews tend to indicate. And if you're not quite sure, read up on some of those while you're there, check out the customer-submitted images. It's always a good way to get a better idea of what to expect from your fellow F-150 owners.Now, as far as your build is concerned, well, what you're gonna be looking at here is called thermoplastic resin construction. And, basically, that just means very thick, very durable plastic that is, by the way, backed by a limited lifetime warranty from WeatherTech. Now, that material, at least in the visible areas, has been given kind of a textured black finish that gives off a very OE or Ford-like appearance once everything's been installed. Now, one big thing to point out here, guys, is that there are gonna be two different options available currently on the product page, one for trucks with the factory flares and one without. Now, most of your more, I would say, premium trucks above a Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and so on are gonna have that factory fender treatment, and most of your XLs, XLTs, and so on will not. But if you're not entirely sure, feel free to reach out to our customer support team. Shoot them an email or a pic at [email protected] And, of course, those guys would be happy to help you out.But now, we wanna get into that installation as promised. And, again, no drilling, no permanent modification needed whatsoever. One of the big, I would say, highlights of this particular product. But to give you a better idea of how the fronts and rears will go on your F-150, check out our detailed breakdown right now.Man: Tools used for this install are a 0.25-inch ratchet, 11-millimeter socket, 10-millimeter socket, 5.5-millimeter socket, provided Allen key, a clip removal tool, a Phillips-head screwdriver, a squeegee, and some soapy water. So, the first step of this install is gonna be to remove this small plastic trim piece at the bottom side of the fender. In order to get better access, I turned my steering wheel all the way to the left to push the tire into the fender to give me better access. I'm gonna use a 0.25-inch ratchet and a 5.5-millimeter socket to remove these two screws. And then, I'm gonna remove the plastic clip down here at the bottom with a trim removal tool. And now, I can use my trim tool to push out the plastic rivet.So, this kit provides you with some protective vinyl pieces that are supposed to go down here at the bottom of the fender to protect the fender and the paint from where the mud flap wraps around this contour. Since our vehicle already has some vinyl decals installed, we're just gonna set these aside. But if you wanna install these, all you'll need is a little bit of soapy water and a squeegee. And now, I'm gonna use a 10-millimeter socket to remove one of the fender bolts that's gonna hold on our mud flap when we go to install it.Now, we're ready to throw the new mud flap into place. What I'm gonna do is line up our body lines and bolt holes, and then I'm gonna use the provided Allen key while applying some pressure to the mud flap to turn the locking tab to hold it to the fender. Now, we can reinstall our previously removed hardware to hold our mud flap in place. So, just like up in the front, there's a couple of push clips that need to be removed to put this mud flap into place. I'm gonna use a clip removal tool, pop the two rivets out of place, and then put my new mud flap in.So, once again, just like the front, I'm gonna line up all my alignment holes on the mud flap with the body. I'm gonna use the locking tab here to hold this thing on, and then I'm gonna use the supplied nuts and bolts to fasten it all to the vehicle. Finally, I'm gonna secure the mud flap with the supplied hardware. Screw goes in the front, nut and washer go in the back.And that's gonna wrap up this review and install of the WeatherTech front and rear no-drill mud flaps. Thanks for watching. And for all things F-150, keep it right here at americantrucks.com.
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Protect Your Truck from Itself. A vehicle without mud flaps is a vehicle that essentially lacks hygiene. And a 2015-2020 Ford F-150 without good mudflaps is just asking for a prematurely-rusting bottom cabin. So make sure you get your truck what it deserves with the WeatherTech Front & Rear No Drill Mudflaps in black. Their unique construction from durable materials makes them ideal to withstand the impacts of rocks, mud, debris, and other things that your tires kick up in the course of driving. It’s a common-sense addition that can save you a lot of headaches down the road, literally.
Lasting Durability. These mud flaps are constructed from WeatherTech’s proprietary thermoplastic resin, which provides superior protection and strength over the long haul. These black-finished mud flaps are going to be with you for quite some time, protecting your truck’s body from the debris of the road in any weather.
QuickTurn Installation. The QuickTurn fastening system takes a job that would normally require drilling and now, just grab some hand tools and you’ll be done in about an hour, no sweat.
Limited Lifetime Warranty. WeatherTech promises that its products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for as long as you own the liners on the original vehicle. Please see WeatherTech’s full warranty for more details.
Application. These black WeatherTech Front & Rear No Drill Mudflaps are designed to fit 2015-2020 Ford F-150 models, excluding the Raptor. Please ensure correct model before purchase.
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