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'14 2500- mud flaps with running boards?

I have the OEM "wheel to wheel" running boards on my truck. I ordered some Husky mud flaps but they wouldn't fit properly between the front wheel well and the front of the running board, so I sent them back. Does anyone have the same running boards, and if you also installed mud flaps, which ones did you use?

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I have the Mopar old school rubber flat mats F&R on mine. The fronts sit up against the front rubber tip of the board.

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I installed 6" ICI SS steps (cab length) and also installed the Husky splah guards. I have about a 1-1/2" clearance between the two on the front...

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Mud flaps with Wheel-to-wheel step bars

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I have the OEM "wheel to wheel" running boards on my truck. I ordered some Husky mud flaps but they wouldn't fit properly between the front wheel well and the front of the running board, so I sent them back. Does anyone have the same running boards, and if you also installed mud flaps, which ones did you use?
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I have the weather tech flaps. They fit fine with my wheel to wheel steps. That being said, I dont think it matters which flaps you have. Some steps need to be adjusted for the flaps to fit. This has been discussed before in another thread

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I've researched this in the past and found Weathertech to be the best option for wheel to wheel bars.

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Dura Flaps should work with no problem.
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Talking Weathertech flaps with W2W stepbars

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I have the weather tech flaps. They fit fine with my wheel to wheel steps. That being said, I dont think it matters which flaps you have. Some steps need to be adjusted for the flaps to fit. This has been discussed before in another thread
Would you be able to post some pics?
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I have the OEM "wheel to wheel" running boards on my truck. I ordered some Husky mud flaps but they wouldn't fit properly between the front wheel well and the front of the running board, so I sent them back. Does anyone have the same running boards, and if you also installed mud flaps, which ones did you use?
I am pretty sure I have the husky ones and I think they work fine...



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Kinda hard to see in this pic, but I have the Weathertech flaps on front and back and really like them. The only drawback is when I hand wash it, the mit is a tight fit, but other than that I have no complaints.


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