Selecting and installing mud flap systems will be much easier once you learn everything you need to know, so check out instructions and articles created by the technical staff. We are sure you will enjoy learning them!

ball mount
If you plan on towing a trailer or caravan with your vehicle, a trailer ball mount is one of the crucial components you need to equip your vehicle with. The construction itself is quite simple. There is a forged metal tube, that is attached to the trailer hitch on on one end, and to the
Wednesday, 19 June 2019 / Published in Helpful Articles & Installation Instructions
Philips halogen bulbs
Factory headlights work great until you realize, that there is always space to improve. When this happens, you start thinking about the most effective ways to upgrade headlights. Modern aftermarket industry has a lot of offers for different vehicle applications. So, it is just up to you to decide. Here are some things one should
Friday, 26 October 2018 / Published in Helpful Articles & Installation Instructions
TPMS system of the Chevy
When American government insisted on the importance of TPMS system installation on all cars, trucks and SUVs in the U.S., both domestic and overseas carmakers had to compile with this policy if they wanted to continue their business on the U.S. market. Chevrolet, one of the General Motors prime car makers, immediately reacted to this
Friday, 26 October 2018 / Published in Helpful Articles & Installation Instructions
Sylvania Headlight Restoration Kit
With time, plastic lenses of factory headlights fade under the influence of UV rays, temperature changes and road debris, that damage them. Further, these damages lead to dimming of the headlights, which means worse visibility on the road. In future, faded headlight lenses may be a real safety hazard, especially when it rains, snows or
Friday, 26 October 2018 / Published in Helpful Articles & Installation Instructions
Aftermarket Headlights vs OE Headlights Retrofit
Modern cars and trucks come equipped with OE headlights from the factory. They are designed and focused the right way to flawlessly work on a particular vehicle. However, factory-style headlights make all trucks of the same vehicle, make and model look the same. If that is something you do not want to tolerate, you can
Friday, 26 October 2018 / Published in Helpful Articles & Installation Instructions
floor liners with raised lips
Every car owner knows, that it is always a good idea to protect the floor area of their vehicles by adding a quality set of mats. This way you will not only protect the factory carpeting from stains, but also keep the odors away. In future you will benefit from such investment, as you will
Friday, 26 October 2018 / Published in Helpful Articles & Installation Instructions
bull bar
Bull bars are deemed to be one of the most popular exterior accessories for trucks and SUVs. You do not necessarily have to be a fan of off-road trips to benefit from front end protection, provided by bull bars and grille guards. Based on the research, conducted by one reputable American car magazine, over 40%
Thursday, 25 October 2018 / Published in Helpful Articles & Installation Instructions
Trailer connector
Proper trailer wiring is not only a guarantee, that you will not get a ticket from a police officer for being not visible enough on the road, but also means of your own safety. The better the other drivers see you, the safer it is to tow a trailer at night. When the trailer is
Friday, 21 September 2018 / Published in Helpful Articles & Installation Instructions
Have you ever looked at your lifted truck and asked yourself what type of mud flaps can I put on my rig? The answer is simple. Frame mount mud flaps are great for trucks & SUV’s that are lifted. Why? First, the mounting bracket attaches to the frame of your vehicle allowing the mud flap
Friday, 07 September 2018 / Published in Helpful Articles & Installation Instructions
Rock Tamers system
Mud flaps are often overlooked as a necessary truck accessory. Today we will talk about hitch mud flaps and the reasons you need a set if you tow anything. Don’t make the mistake of letting your trailer, airstream, toy hauler, snowmobiles or boat get damaged by rocks flying from the rear tires of your truck.

Why buy mud flaps?

Here are 5 good reasons to consider

◉ Protection of your ride. Everything is simple. Mudflaps, mudguards, or splash guards just stop debris, rocks, and mud from kicking your vehicle in hot pursuit behind you.

◉ Mudflaps save your money. As a rule, you will need to buy mud flaps once for the life of your truck. So, you pay a small price instead of having to go through costly dent repairs, paint job, and detailing service.

◉ Protection of your towable. If you have a boat or a trailer, you definitely know, how much it costs. A quality mud flap system will help you protect your trailer, boat, etc. from preventable damages. Besides, there is no reason to save on driving without a mud flap system to maximize the protection of your $80.000 boat. It is always a good idea to protect your investment.

◉ Styling and customizing your truck. There are so many great options that allow customizing your aftermarket mud flap system. Just check out any online shop to see a variety of ways they offer to dress up your flaps. Besides, you are welcome to select from the molded, universal, hitch, or frame-mount mud flaps. There are so many options to consider.

◉ Cleaning costs. By installing a high-quality mud flap system you will cut down the time you spend at the manual spray down car wash. You will no longer have to scrub off the caked-on mud on your fenders, as mud flaps will take the abuse from the water spray and minimize the amount of mud that gets on your vehicle.


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