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Old 11-28-2012, 09:29 AM   #1
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WeatherTech MudFlaps?

Has anyone seen the MudFlaps WeatherTech makes for our Tacoma's? I think they're relatively new.I originally was going to order some Husky's but decided to give the WeatherTech's a chance.
http://www.weathertech.com/toyota/20...-lip-moulding/
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Old 11-28-2012, 09:34 AM   #2
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Post pics when you get em installed. Never heard of them and most of the pics on the website look kinda CG.
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They must be really new! I just searched for them last week and the website said none available for my Tacoma, so I bought the Husky ones instead.
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The new Weathertech flaps fit 2005-2013 trucks, and MUST have the factory fender flares installed. Cost is $70 for front and rears.
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Old 11-30-2012, 10:47 PM   #5
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Got the tracking number so its looks legit. We'll see in a couple days.
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please post some pic of your install I'd like to see what they look like on your Tacoma!
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Hi,

Thanks for the heads up on the weather tech mudflaps! I wrote them soon after I found out that Toyota wouldn't replace mine under warranty (less than 36K on the truck) as they were considered a "wear item" and wanted $90 something each. Best price i could find was a little over $70 each.

So how does weather tech tool up and produce these at relatively low volume for $70 for a set of four? (rhetorical question)

Can you say "stealership"?


Thank you Weather Tech!
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My weather tech rep actually just left the shop. I had a chance to take a look at a set of the Tacoma replacement mud flaps and they are definitely an improvement over stock. Very well constructed and durable and priced better than the OEM flaps. If any of you are interested in picking up a set shoot me a PM and I will get you pricing
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Are the front ones shorter than stock, or are they stupid long like stock?
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Are the front ones shorter than stock, or are they stupid long like stock?
They looked shorter than stock but at the same time I didnt have an OEM one side by side to compare size with.
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Sub'd for detailed pics & info. Do they have any flex to them? Are they made with rubber or hard molded plastic? How long are they compared to stock? I am very interested.
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Sub'd for detailed pics & info. Do they have any flex to them? Are they made with rubber or hard molded plastic? How long are they compared to stock? I am very interested.
They are similar in construction of the OEM flaps (rigid plastic) however they appear much more durable. The rep was able to bend the entire flap in half, hold it bent in that shape for several minutes and once he let go the flap immediately came back to its original shape
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Just FYI guys, pricing on these for all 4 corners will run $79.90 shipped to the lower 48 or 39.95 for either front or rear.
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We need pics, and a trail report. They sound like they would be good to go if they are much more flexible than the stock flaps and won't rip off when you go off roading.
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We need pics, and a trail report. They sound like they would be good to go if they are much more flexible than the stock flaps and won't rip off when you go off roading.
Or over speed bumps.
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Okay guys I finally got them and I must say I'm impressed. The front are notably shorter but its a good length. I won't be able to install them till the weekend though cause I just do not have the time during the week but I'll post pics of them.
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Cool, can you get a pic next to the original front ones so we can see the length difference? I have been considering cutting mine, but I hate doing that. Would like to just install new ones that are shorter. Back ones are fine, but front ones scrape too much. Only 13K miles on the truck and surprised they are still in one piece.
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