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Old 02-13-2013, 11:23 AM   #141
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With OEM wheels that tire size should not rub. I'm guessing you have aftermarket wheels with different specs?

Also, if it does not rub on OEM mud flaps, it won't rub with Husky's for sure as they do not have as much of a buldge covering fender flare end piece as OEM's do.
Yea I have aftermarket wheels. May just have to buy some and see what happens. They look better being shorter anyways.
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Yea I have aftermarket wheels. May just have to buy some and see what happens. They look better being shorter anyways.
Yes, they are quite a bit shorter.

I have 16x8, 4.5bs 0 offset wheels with 265/75/16 (same overall size) and it was not enough even with Husky mud guards, close but not yet. No mud flaps up front, but I installed and kept the rears. It is a good product for a good price.
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Yes, they are quite a bit shorter.

I have 16x8, 4.5bs 0 offset wheels with 265/75/16 (same overall size) and it was not enough even with Husky mud guards, close but not yet. No mud flaps up front, but I installed and kept the rears. It is a good product for a good price.
What did you do with the front ones then?
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What did you do with the front ones then?

Sold the whole OEM set for a profit after paying for a full Husky set.

Installed Husky rears, kept front ones in the closet.
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Sold the whole OEM set for a profit after paying for a full Husky set.

Installed Husky rears, kept front ones in the closet.
Send me the front Huskey's so you'll have room for something else in your closet.
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Send me the front Huskey's so you'll have room for something else in your closet.
I will probably need them eventually. My next set of tires will most likely be stock size.

Besides, shipping from Canada would be more than they are worth.
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Yes, they are quite a bit shorter.

I have 16x8, 4.5bs 0 offset wheels with 265/75/16 (same overall size) and it was not enough even with Husky mud guards, close but not yet. No mud flaps up front, but I installed and kept the rears. It is a good product for a good price.
Any lift on your truck? I have the same aftermarket tire/wheel size and was trying to figure that out. I had to take my stock front mudguards off with the new tires/wheels, but I will have a 2.5" - 3" lift soon.
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Any lift on your truck? I have the same aftermarket tire/wheel size and was trying to figure that out. I had to take my stock front mudguards off with the new tires/wheels, but I will have a 2.5" - 3" lift soon.
No lift, stock suspension.
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i wonder if these are more streamline in the front, as my stock flaps are rubbing
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Streamline = no rubbing?
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Hopefully this deal still going on. I just emailed her.
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Per Melissa via e-mail today:


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Unfortunately, we are no longer offering the group buy pricing listed on the Tacoma World website. We do, however, have the mud guards available for $39.95 per set directly from us or have many online or local retailers that you can purchase these mud guards from at comparable pricing.
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Hopefully this deal still going on. I just emailed her.
but it never hurts to ask...
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I don't remember if that price was for all four or not but the price for two is cheaper than that on amazon. I just bought a set for the front of my truck. My tires rubbed with the factory front flaps but they don't rub with the huskeys on the front.
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Deal isn't good. Day late and Dollar short.
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Front Flaps

Do these come with the screws/bolts to install? I took my OEM ones off once they broke and don't have the screws.
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Do these come with the screws/bolts to install? I took my OEM ones off once they broke and don't have the screws.
yes, mine did
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yes, mine did
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Cool, thanks for the reply.
You bet. Gotta keep TW tight :-)
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I'm thinking about getting a set of these, though obviously not through the group buy. I have a question about mounting though: my truck didn't come with stock flaps, so I have no mounting hardware. Will I need to buy any screws, or will they come with them?

I'm looking at getting these:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=ATVPDKIKX0DER and: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=ATVPDKIKX0DER

And Amazon is also suggesting that I buy these:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...A2AWDAJOV50842

Do I need them? Do I need some other type of screws?

Thanks y'all!
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