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Husky kick back mud flaps with wheel to wheel steps

Hi everyone. I recently bought a 2017 2500 Mega Cab Limited with the wheel to wheel factory side steps. I'm wondering if the Husky liner "kick back" mud flaps will fit the front of my truck? or will the steps be too far ahead to allow proper mounting? Anyone have this setup? Thanks.


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I have duraflap mud flaps and wheel to wheel steps. My flaps do contact my steps some. Not much but some. I have 20,000 miles and a 3500 drw. I recently washed the truck and not a single dent or chip in the rear drw flares. If the flaps you are considering come back more than the duraflaps there may be an issue.

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This comment is totally not helpful to the OP's question but I have to say I have owned a lot of Husky Liner stuff and I'm very pleased with them AND their customer service on the phone.

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Have have these Husky flaps on mine and they fit fine. Not sure if it's the same one you are looking at though?





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Have have these Husky flaps on mine and they fit fine. Not sure if it's the same one you are looking at though?

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Me too. Bought the same ones (Husky Liners 58181) for my 2016 Limited MegaCab. They didn't interfere with the factory Megacab running boards. I now have AmpSteps and the flaps still work. Had them 15 months, no issues.

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Me too. Bought the same ones (Husky Liners 58181) for my 2016 Limited MegaCab. They didn't interfere with the factory Megacab running boards. I now have AmpSteps and the flaps still work. Had them 15 months, no issues.
Do you have a picture of your truck with the husky's and the stock mega cab steps???

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Do you have a picture of your truck with the husky's and the stock mega cab steps???
I did find an old picture before removing the steps...Not sure if it will help as it's a little hard to see the flaps because of the shadow.
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I have the husky flaps linked above at Amazon. They do hit the front of the running board on the front pair. Not enough to really notice or cause any issue for me.

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Thanks for the pics and onfo - but i'm talking about the "kickback" flares that go back about 5/8" from the bottom of the flare... by the looks of those pictures though, i don't think they will fit. Duraflaps it is! lol Thanks everyone!!!
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Duraflaps has a discount for members here if you ask. Great customer service also. Good luck.

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I cut back my steps 3 1/2" to install the kick backs, take in account the bubble from the end cap. Overall very happy with the kick back flaps.

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