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Gatorback Z71 Mud Flaps For Silverado & Sierra Trucks

Tuesday, January 3, 2017 Comments (0)
Gatorback Z71 Mud Flaps For Silverado & Sierra Trucks

If you're like me and want to keep rocks from chipping the paint on your new Chevy or GMC truck, these awesome Gatorback Mud Flaps are the best on the market for keeping your trucks showroom new look after putting miles on the road.  Not only are these mud flaps an essential for protecting your truck, these new "Z71" logos which are Officially Licensed by General Motors will match the look of your Z71 packaged truck to give you style and class that most other trucks can't match on the road.

These Gatorback Mud Flaps are now available in a variety of different ways.  You may choose to purchase them as individual pairs or to make things a little easier, SharpTruck.com now offers these Z71 mud guards as a complete front & rear set to take all the guess work out of the equation!  Most Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra trucks don't require mounting brackets, but the kits include the proper custom fit brackets and mud flaps that you need to give your truck the ultimate protection and make installing these mud flaps just that much easier.

Check out the packaged set options available for your Silverado or Sierra Z71 below!

2014-2017 Chevy Silverado Z71 Logo Gatorback Mud Flap Set

Chevy Silverado Z71 Logo Gatorback Mud Flap Set

 

2014-2017 GMC Sierra Z71 Logo Gatorback Mud Flap Set

GMC Sierra Z71 Logo Gatorback Mud Flap Set

 

Some drilling into your truck body is required to properly install these mud guards.  The included front mud flaps install with self-tapping screws that are included. Starting with the top of the mud flap, determine proper installation height and install one self-tapping screw, after screw has been installed, level the mud flaps to the ground and install the other three included screws through the metal lip of the wheel well. The rear flaps in these kits include custom fit brackets to help support the inside of the mud flaps. After installing the rear brackets and mud flaps per the mounting bracket instructions, install at least three of the included self-tapping screws through the mud flaps and into the metal lip of the wheel well, this will ensure that these mud flaps will be attached and protecting your truck for years to come!  One final note to make you feel all warm and fuzzy, these mud flaps are backed by an unprecedented Lifetime Warranty on the rubber if a tear-off does occur!

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