This American Flag Gatorback Mud Flap set for the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is designed to fit perfectly. The flaps are 12" of heavy duty rubber for full tire coverage. The weight of the flaps will ensure that they do not sail when you are driving and they do their job. The rear pair come with the custom fit brackets and the holes that line up to the factory fasteners already routered into the flaps along with all of the hardware and brackets needed for installation. The heavy duty rubber ensures that there will not be any debris that gets passed these flaps. The front flaps install inside the wheel well and come with all the hardware needed. When you remove the factory mud guard there will be a small hole in the fender that the fender plugs will cover. That is why the color of your truck is needed. The Truck Hardware Gatorback series mud flaps are the industries highest quality heavy duty mud guards! The rugged design and quality finish of these mud flaps make the perfect compliment to your truck. Featuring a 1/2" thick rubber flap, these mud flaps are sure to impress while they protect your investment.
This logo is exlusive to SharpTruck and is on the stainless steel plate that measures 10 1/4" x 5" for both the front and rear . You will appreciate the attention to detail in these flaps.
Installation is made simple featuring no body drilling to install using factory exisiting screws. Installation takes about 15 mins per flap and you can use tools you have at home. The Gatorbacks install flush to the inside of the wheel well so they work with step bars, power boards or side steps. The mudflaps also feature a lifetime warranty on the rubber portion of the flap. If the flap comes off the truck or is damaged to due to normal wear and tear, let us know and we will send you a replacement piece of rubber at no charge.
Gatorback mudflaps are backed by a Limited lifetime warranty. This warranty covers rubber replacement (ex- tear offs) for the lifetime of the product to the original owner. It does not cover damage caused by abuse, or regular wear and tear on brackets, plates, or mounting hardware.
Other helpful topics related to the gatorback mud flaps