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Guide to Chevy/GMC Mounting Brackets for Truck Hardware mud flaps

Why use mounting brackets on your Chevy/GMC truck?

While many drivers like to mount their flaps directly to the truck itself, there are different styles of mounting brackets available to strengthen the flap itself and provide better support.

This will also result in a nice, straight flap that doesn’t curl, bend, roll, or tear over time. Highway haulers and off-roaders alike will find Truck Hardware’s Gatorback and Razorback bracket systems to be a simple install.

It’s important to note these are support brackets and the flaps still need to drilled into the wheel well and liner for added support. Options come in galvanized steel, aluminum, or stainless steel.

Chevrolet and GM trucks come in all sorts of colors and styles. No matter what your preference is, Truck Hardware mud flaps are geared to keep your paint job chip or knick free so your favorite ride glistens on the highway better than ever.

Do you have the correct brackets?

If you’ve ordered your mud flaps and want to be sure your brackets match your stock make/model, here's a brief guide…

Custom Fit Brackets

ImageMake/ModelTypePart NumberOther Information
GB7550081999-2007 Silverado 1500, 2500 HD, 3500 HD/Sierra 1500, 2500 HD, 3500 HDSingle Rear WheelGB755008---- 
GB758054DuallyGB758054For both 19" or 21" Flaps
GB756056

2007-2013 Silverado/Sierra 1500, 2500 HD

2008-2014 Silverado 3500 HD/Sierra 3500 HD Single Rear Wheel

Single Rear WheelGB756056---- 
2008-2014 Silverado 3500 HD/Sierra 3500 HD DuallyDuallyGB75805419" Flaps
GB755566DuallyGB75556621" Flaps
GB7568022014-2018 GMC Sierra 1500, 2500 HD, 3500 HDSingle Rear WheelGB756802---- 
GB7567922014-2018 Silverado 1500, 2500 HD, 3500 HDSingle Rear WheelGB766385---- 
GB7569912015-2019 Silverado/Sierra 3500 HD DuallyDuallyGB756991Dually 19" or 21" flaps

Universal Brackets

These brackets will fit any vehicle, unlike the custom flaps they might require some drilling to get them installed on the vehicle. You do have a few more options with the universal style.


Offset Brackets
 - These brackets will give you some more clearence from your tires. If your tires are oversized the offset brackets will keep the flap from rubbing on the tire. They are available in stainless steel and black powder coat, if black is more your style.

GB758053
"L" Style Brackets
 - These are angled steel that you can attach to your truck frame. They come in a 12" size for standard flaps but they are also avaiable in a size for dually flaps. Don't be fooled by the simple design, these are effective brackets and will hold up as well as the flaps.

Brackets are specifically important for dually flaps, as they are very heavy and brackets help support their hefty anatomy.

No matter where your travels lead, and no matter how you get there, Truck Hardware mud flaps are manufactured to provide top-of-the-line protection with maximum function. Whether you drive a Ford F150, Dodge RAM, Chevy Silverado, or GMC Sierra, the selection of flaps is tailored to fit virtually any taste.

What mud flaps are the best option for you? Do you have questions about mounting or brackets for your GM/Chevy flaps? Our customer service experts are available to answer your questions. To reach out to someone on our experienced team, call (800) 218-0609.

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