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Old 11-27-2011, 04:02 PM   #41
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I still think they are long but might have to bite at it
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Old 11-28-2011, 10:20 AM   #42
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Will some of the people who have ordered these post some more pictures?? Do they match the texture and color of the stock ones--as in if I get just the fronts will they match color and texture of the back ones or do I just need the whole set to look right?
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Will some of the people who have ordered these post some more pictures?? Do they match the texture and color of the stock ones--as in if I get just the fronts will they match color and texture of the back ones or do I just need the whole set to look right?
I think the texture is similar, but the material and shape are a bit different. The Husky's are much less flexible, and the have a bit more of a contoured back (the side not facing the tire) than the OEM ones. If you tell me exactly what you would like to see I'll try to take a picture of it on the truck. I don't have the OEM ones here with me but I can take a picture of them tonight at home.
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I think the texture is similar, but the material and shape are a bit different. The Husky's are much less flexible, and the have a bit more of a contoured back (the side not facing the tire) than the OEM ones. If you tell me exactly what you would like to see I'll try to take a picture of it on the truck. I don't have the OEM ones here with me but I can take a picture of them tonight at home.
How about some pics from the back and side showing all four?
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How about some pics from the back and side showing all four?
All four the new ones, or a side by side of the new and old ones?
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Old 11-28-2011, 02:29 PM   #46
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The four new ones. I know I should just order them for the price--are the back any shorter or just the front? Just a few more shots of the new ones front and back would be great. BTW, I emailed Melissa and the front ones are backordered again due to the demand. Whoever suggested this to Husky from TW should get a nice Christmas gift from them.
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The four new ones. I know I should just order them for the price--are the back any shorter or just the front? Just a few more shots of the new ones front and back would be great.
You got it. I'll put pictures up tonight or tomorrow morning at the latest. The back are basically the same length as the old ones, but the front are at least 3 inches shorter.
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These are of the rear mud flap, taken with my phone. Front one coming up soon.
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Front mud flaps.
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I received mine on Friday and put them on that night. I haven't taken the time to take pictures though. They look great!
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Front mud flaps.
Looks good man! Pumped to get mine!
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They are a bit stiffer, but the mounting is much more solid. Even if they do break, they have a lifetime guarantee. Plus, I fully support any product made in the USA.
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I ordered some for the front yesterday and they are on back order right now.( i think Melissa said 2 weeks?)
Sounds like this group buy was a success for Husky!
Glad I jumped on it right away! i was tired of dragging the OEM flaps over curbs and speed bumps...
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A big thank you!!

Thanks for setting up the group buy on these. I am very pleased with the mud guards. The fit, ease of install, shipping to Alaska and the price.
I would recomend this product to anyone interested in replacements. I put all four on in 30 minutes. They are a perfect fit.
Thanks again
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Glad this is working out.
Husky has been great to work with.
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Old 12-01-2011, 09:13 AM   #58
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Glad this is working out.
Husky has been great to work with.
Absolutely! My guards were delivered to me today! Only 3 days after i ordered and they were supposed to be back ordered for 2 weeks! Thanks Husky and thinkingman!
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I went to replace my OEM mud flaps today and upon removing the OEM rear flaps I found that they had etched the outline of the mud flap into my fenders!! And the new husky mud flaps do not exactly follow the contours of the original mud flaps so the etching is exposed at the top of the mud flap making it look like there is a big scratch along the side of the mud flap. Anyone else have this happen to them?
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I went to replace my OEM mud flaps today and upon removing the OEM rear flaps I found that they had etched the outline of the mud flap into my fenders!! And the new husky mud flaps do not exactly follow the contours of the original mud flaps so the etching is exposed at the top of the mud flap making it look like there is a big scratch along the side of the mud flap. Anyone else have this happen to them?
Yup... same for me when I replaced my fronts
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