TourX Mudflaps?

justiz00

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I haven’t decided yet, it is a toss up between Yosemite Sam “Back Off”, 4x4 or the trucker girl silhouette.
 

L J

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I kinda thought the moldings, negated need for anything else to protect paint from debris thrown up by tires.
 

mike69440

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I kinda thought the moldings, negated need for anything else to protect paint from debris thrown up by tires.
Moldings do not extend out. If they did it would help.
I'll post a photo of our nice new F-150 tomorrow. It has mudflaps. & running boards. Stepson was shoveling the mud of running boards yesterday.
I saw a 2017 F-150 with rear bumper rusting.
My Subaru has 20 Lbs of salt covering it.
Too cold to bring to car wash
TourX & 03Cobra stays in garage until April.
Winter is cruel.
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L J

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Moldings do not extend out. If they did it would help.
I'll post a photo of our nice new F-150 tomorrow. It has mudflaps. & running boards. Stepson was shoveling the mud of running boards yesterday.
I saw a 2017 F-150 with rear bumper rusting.
My Subaru has 20 Lbs of salt covering it.
Too cold to bring to car wash
TourX & 03Cobra stays in garage until April.
Winter is cruel.
Thank goodness I live in Nevada, not much salt and muck13685 to deal with.
My truck came stock with mudflaps, they help alot and so do flared fenders for Quadrasteer.
 
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murf5048

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Big thanks for the info there. What a bummer to hear, though.
Just wondering if you ever did try the splash guards on your TourX.....I just ordered them today and was assured they will fit!! They are still listed on all the GM OEM part sites as well! Guess I should have read these posts first!
 

mike69440

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A tiny set of universal guards may work just fine, maybe with a little trimming and modifications?

I don't want to go willy nilly just buying online, hoping something fits. I have a set of rubber guards I may just trim and see how the fit.
My car Is Tri-Frost White. I know that because the roof is still relatively clean. At last I get to play with the AWD in the mud. Better than salt I guess.
 
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