Guide to Ford Mounting Brackets for Truck Hardware Mud Flaps

Year in and year out, Truck Hardware’s Gatorback logo mud flaps are among SharpTruck’s most popular sellers. For those looking to add branded attitude to their truck, these flaps provide a sleek, yet tough appearance.

Why use mounting brackets on your Ford 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.

The ever-popular Ford mounting brackets are battle-tested and have been proven by thousands of customers to withstand countless miles of on and off-road wear. Options come in galvanized steel, aluminum, or stainless steel.

Custom Mud Flap Fit Brackets

ImageMake/ModelTypePart NumberOther Information
F-150 Brackets
2015 - 2020 Ford F-150 FrontGB759524Required for no-drill install. Does not work for Raptors.
 2015 - 2020 Ford F-150 RearGB759543Required for no-drill install. Does not work for Raptors.
 2004 - 2014 Ford F-150 RearGB755006Only rear brackets are needed. 
 2017 - 2020 Ford Raptor FrontGCR42F-9Custom brackets come with Raptor flap kit. 
 2017 - 2020 Ford Raptor RearGCR42R-9Custom brackets come with Raptor flap kit. 
Super Duty Brackets
 1999 - 2016 Ford Super DutyRearGB755007Single Rear Wheel
 1999 - 2016 Ford Super DutyDuallyGB75500919"x24" Dually Flaps.
 2011 - 2016 Ford Super DutyDuallyGB75555321"x24" Dually Flaps.
 2017 - 2022 Ford F-250/ F-350 Super DutyFrontGB759841Allows for no drilling into the body of the truck.
 2017 - 2022 Ford F-250/F-350 Super DutySingle Rear WheelGB759842Allows for no drilling into the body of the truck.
 2017 - 2022 Ford F-350 Super DutyDuallyGB759895Allows for no drilling into the body of the truck.
 2017 - 2022 Ford F-450/ F-550 Super DutyFrontClick Here Custom fit flap and bracket combo. Comes in 6 different styles

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.

"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.

What mud flaps are the best option for you? Do you have questions about mounting or brackets for your mud 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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