Mudflap Systems for Trucks
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There are only 2 options of hitch-mount mud flaps available at Rock Tamers. Their precisely designed system allows adjusting your mud flaps the way you need, for your specific truck and for your towable. If you do not want your truck and towable get damaged by flying rocks and road debris, think of the protection before it’s time to tow. Rock Tamers mud flap systems adjust vertically and horizontally for precise fit and maximum coverage.
Rock Tamers understands, that mud flaps tend to wear out with time, so any component of the mud flap system can be purchased separately and replaced. So there is no need to buy all-new mud flap system, as you will be able to fix your mud flaps when some components get worn out. Note, that Rock Tamers mud flaps are backed up by limited 1-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. However, normal wear and tear is normal for all parts, and is not a reason for a warranty claim. But you can always get in touch with customer care to clarify the situation and figure out the way out that will be fair for everyone.
Towing Aerodynamics Basics
Why You Need Heavy-Duty Mud Flaps
These two pictures clearly explain, what happens between your truck and towable when you move.There appears air whirl, and road debris and particles get between the truck and towable. When the rear end of the vehicle is not protected, the particles damage the paint and may cause dents and dings, which further leads to rust and corrosion.
These two aspects clearly explain, why it is better to install a set of quality heavy-duty hitch-mounted mud flaps and forget about all the hassle and potential problems that may occur unexpectedly. Hitch mounted mud flap systems by Rock Tamers are easily removable, and installation is quick enough. What it means to you, you can install your mud flaps when you plan on towing something and remove them when you do not need extra protection for your truck’s rear end. If you select heavy-duty mud flaps by Rock Tamers, you will be covered for a long time, as almost any part of the mud flap system can be replaced when it’s worn out or damaged.
Adjustable Rock Tamers Mud Flaps: Overview
- Adjustable width (66.75’’ – 93.75’’);
- Support rods are made of heavy gauge aluminum;
- Support rods are anodized to withstand corrosion;
- Center hub and arms are made of aluminum that will not corrode or rust;
- Mounting hardware is made of stainless steel;
- Mud flaps can be cut to better fit your vehicle application;
- Trim plates are stainless steel;
- Back of mud flaps features anti-splash pattern;
- Rubber mud flaps are 27’’ x 27’’ and are molded with a layer of tear-resistant fabric.
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Rock Tamers Mudflap Systems – Reviews
I've got a brand-new truck and just wanted to protect it from debris flying from the wheels. Rock Tamers is the way to go!
Good full-size mud flaps for those, who tow. I remove them when I am not planning to tow anything with my Colorado truck. I like the way they adjust, especially when the ride height changes because of cargo/towable. I haven't seen the other assembly, that would adjust the same way.
I am into fishing, so quite often I tow a boat with my Silverado truck. Rock Tamers I picked up from Amazon are a good thing to have for those, who want to protect their truck and towable. A good investment for the money.
I've got a brand new Sierra (I picked it up this spring), so I took care of its protection, as in summer me and my family enjoy camping. Camping means having to tow a camper, and when you tow something, you get all the stones hitting your truck, which kinda sycks, especially if you have got a brand-new truck. So I bought a set of Rock Tamers, and I am happy with the purchase! Good protection, easy installation.
I bought a set of rock tamers mud flaps for my Tacoma, as in summer I have to tow a trailer with it. I like ease of installation (it has taken me about 40 minutes to install the system once I got it). Now, I remove the mud flaps when they are not in use, and put them on my Tacoma when I am about to tow my trailer. Good investment for those, who tow...