Made of strong PVC plastic to withstand scratches and dents common while driving at high speeds. Holds its shape in extreme cold and hot temperatures.
The fit on smaller truckers and SUVs is not ideal. May require a heavy-duty size vehicle.
Narrow design catches plenty of debris and mud to keep the vehicle clean. Comes with the necessary mounting hardware for most large vehicles.
Mud flaps tend to flex more due to the thin and flimsy construction.
Heavy-duty mud flaps are designed to cover the exact width of the factory tires that come with most modern trucks. Thermoplastic resists deformation in bad weather.
Limited amount of compatible vehicles and model years. Requires exact mounting hardware.
Rubber material is flexible and strong for most weather and road conditions. Flaps are just wide enough to cover most typical tires while fitting in the wheel well.
Mud flaps are not suitable for larger vehicles with wider tires. Poor coverage with off road tires.
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