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Hey guys. So today, we're checking out the WeatherTech No-Drill Mud Flaps for the Front and the Rear in Black, fitting on 2019 and newer RAM 1500s. So, protecting the body of the truck is probably high up on your priority list, especially because it is a brand new truck and a set of mud flaps is definitely going to be a great choice when it comes to protecting your investment. Now, these are going to bolt up directly to each of the wheel wells, which is going to provide a good barrier from any kickup from your tires protecting the paint on the side of your rocker area and on the back of your bed area. Now, these are gonna be made of a hard thermoplastic resin. So these are going to be tough, able to stand up to a lot of kickup, especially if you have upgraded to wider wheels and tires or more aggressive tires that are going to kick up a lot more than the average street tire. This is going to catch all of that and be very tough in the meantime.Now, what I do like about this option in comparison to some other choices too, is the fact that not only is this going to provide a little bit of additional clearance when it comes to protecting the side of the body, but these are still going to be a little bit higher clearance than some other choices. So if you are concerned about clearance, but you still want a good protective mod for your truck, this is gonna be a great choice. And then the other thing that I do really like about this choice is the fact that as it says in the name, this is a no-drill install. This is going to reuse the factory hardware and will come up with new hardware as well. And this is even gonna go around the factory mudguard, so you are keeping all of the trim there. It is going to look very clean and fit very well. And in my opinion, not only are these going to be functional, but they'll be stylish for your truck as well. Now, when it comes to price, these are gonna come in and roughly $100. And I personally think for what you're getting out of the kit, that that is going to be set at a pretty good price point for hard mud flaps like these.Now, some other options available on the page may be set up pretty similar to these as to where they are going to be a sturdy mud flap that is going to be molded. However, some other choices may attach a little bit differently. Like I said, this is going to be a no-drill mudguard or mudflap as to where some other options may require a little bit of drilling into the fender well area in order to hard mount this as to where this is going to reuse the factory hardware. Now, there are gonna be other options available for mud flaps on the page that are not set up similar to this. They may include a rubber construction, they may have a steel weight down at the bottom, or they may be a lot larger as to where these are just going to kind of be an extension of your factory mudguard. Now, overall, again, I think that these are functional. They're gonna provide some good protection to the side body of your truck. And they also are going to be stylish in the meantime making $100 a pretty good investment for these mudguards.Now, when it comes to install, like I said, this is going to be incredibly easy because we are reusing the factory hardware. There is not going to be any drilling in the install at all. So I'm gonna give it a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. Now, for all four corners, it may take you about an hour to get the job done with some pretty basic hand tools. So, speaking of the install, let's jump into that now. The tools that are used for this install were a 1/4-inch drive ratchet and an 8-millimeter socket. So, to kick off this install, we're gonna be starting in the front. And our first step is going to be to take off the three 8-millimeter screws with an 8-millimeter socket and a 1/4-inch drive ratchet. So, there's going to be three screws, one up at the top here, and then two in this lower trim piece. I'm gonna use that 8-millimeter socket and a 1/4-inch ratchet, and we can just go ahead and take it out.What we can do now is take our mud flap, making sure that we have the correct side and the correct orientation. So, the front is going to have four mounting locations. And we're also going to have a print on the lower corner. This is gonna be the right-hand corner. What we can do then is just place this over. It's gonna go over that existing trim. We can take one of our factory screws and hand-thread that in using our 8-millimeter socket. We can continue to do that down the line. Last but not least on the front, we are supplied with these push pins. We're just going to install that on the last mounting location. That should just go right through. And then we can just tighten up the eight screws once everything is in. We're just going to go back with that 8-millimeter socket. And then once those 8-millimeter screws are tightened up and everything is secure on this side, we can repeat the same process on the driver side, and then we can move to the back.So the back is essentially going to be the same process, minus the fourth mounting location with that extra pushpin. We only have three mounting locations on the back here. So, I'm gonna use that same 8-millimeter socket, and we can remove the three screws that are holding on the inner fender well here. Next, what we can do is take our rear mud flap, pop this over our trim piece, just like we did with the front, and we can secure it down with our factory hardware. Once all three bolts are tightened down, then you can repeat that same process on the other side, and you're all set to go.So, that is going to wrap it up for my review and install it. Make sure you like and subscribe for more videos and products just like this, and always keep it right here at americantrucks.com.
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Provides Exceptional Exterior Protection. Protect your RAM 1500’s body from rocks, mud, and other particles that are being flung from the wheels by installing these Black No Drill Front and Rear Mud Flaps from WeatherTech. Laser measured for a vehicle-specific fitment, these vehicle accessories provide undeniable protection to preserve your vehicle’s rugged good looks and value. Plus, they come in a gorgeous black color to match your truck’s off-road-ready appeal.
Crafted to Endure the Harshest Driving Environments. Each mud flap is molded from a highly durable proprietary thermoplastic resin. This material boasts a remarkable toughness that can’t be easily damaged by inclement weather conditions or flying trail debris.
Installation Is a Breeze. Since these mud flaps don’t require any drilling, anyone with basic mechanical expertise can install them with ease. They’re also made to reuse your truck’s existing hardware, so you can finish the task in no more than an hour. If you’ve purchased mud flaps that come with WeatherTech’s QuickTurn™ fastening system, you’ll need to make sure that they’re turned to the unlocked position first before mounting them onto place.
Comes with a Lifetime Limited Warranty. This set of mud flaps is backed by WeatherTech’s Lifetime Limited Warranty. For more details on the warranty’s terms and conditions, check out the manufacturer’s website or contact customer support.
Application. WeatherTech’s Black No Drill Front and Rear Mud Flaps fit all 2019-2022 RAM 1500 models.
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