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I am looking for some hard mud flaps for the D. Any suggestions?

It's mostly to keep some of the crap off the trailer when I am towing.

Thanks!
 

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they sell a hard plastic contour mud flap for the rear on ebay. just search durango mud or the sort, and you should find something. i've seen a few sets buy it now at around 30
 

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Dodge has molded mud flaps for the D. I have them.
 

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I've had the molded Dodge mudflaps on the fronts and rear of my Durango since 1999. They work well and look great.
 

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here's a pic of the MOPAR molded flaps - as BigDog said - very easy to do, look good and are not too much $$
 

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Thanks for the reply's and pics!

I think I'll get the Mopar did you guys just get them from the dealer?
 

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That's where I got mine. But after 5 years I could tell you if they were $40 or $400. :D Well, they say the mind is the first thing to go. ;) If I recall correctly, there were not very expenive.
 

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I got mine from the dealer...I have part numbers somewhere in the truck. They have a book at the parts counter, the fronts are different if you have flares or not.

about $40 per pair. I used two rivets to attach it to the fenderliner in addition to the stuff they supplied.
 
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