Aries Removable Mud Flaps AR111950
- Flaps are made from heavy duty, trimmable rubber
- Mounting bracket has multiple holes, making mounting easier
- 22" steel hanger can be cut to fit your tire size
- Frame has a durable black powder coat finish
- 2 sizes available - 12" x 18" or 18" x 18"
- Sold in pairs
A pair of Aries universal mud flaps might be just the thing to keep your Jeep or truck mud free! These mud flaps feature a large, trimmable rubber flap to match many different wheel & tire combos. The steel hanger can also be trimmed to give you a nice custom fit.
Aries mud flaps also have a quick release system to allow you to remove the mud flaps anytime you might be worried about clearance, such as when you go mud bogging or rock climbing. All of the steel mud flap components have been powder coated to protect against rust. Since these are universal mud flaps, you may have to do some drilling and cutting to get them installed properly.
Adding a set of these Aries universal mud flaps will enhance the look of your ride and protect it from rocks, mud or other damaging debris. order yours today!
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Installing a pair of these universal mud flaps is fairly easy with some minor drilling & cutting required to give you the best custom fit and look. If you have any questions or would like any additional information, please feel free to contact us at your convenience.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Aries offers a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials or workmanship on their universal mud flaps. Please contact us if you need to start a warranty claim.
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|3 Customer Reviews|
|Since it had to have a little square cut out at the top outside corner to make the flap stick out slightly past the fender curve to cover past the tire, and mine wasn't made for flaps (none available specifically for it), and I'd never done that, it took a while to figure out how to make that work, and just where and how to bolt the square rod holder to the frame, but they are great. I used longer and bigger stainless steel bolts in the flaps, with lock-type nuts with big stainless steel washers at both ends. I used the frame bolts that came with it to secure it to the frame, not bigger bolts. My pickup truck frame was extremely hard to drill. I used a small drill bit first all the way through. I kept the bits oiled and used a hammer drill.|