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I copied vtpoolmans idea for fabbing up mudflap protection for the front edge of the rear fender, preventing as much mud from being thrown forward into the cab.
Materials used: 24"x24" mudflap for a semi trailer ($11.36) cut into 2ea 6"x24" strips, 4ea 10mm bolts that are about 1/4" longer than the factory bolts, 4ea 10mm bolts, nyloc nuts, 12ea fender washers, 4ea 3/4" screws with washer heads (I used these to pull the flap into the curvature of the wheel well.

Cardboard template used to notch the new flap.
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Top of the flap showing fender notch and upper factory bolt hole
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Bottom of flap showing relief tab for lower factory bolt hole
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Bottom of flap with lower bolt and 2 bolts with fender washers and nyloc nuts inside tube
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Top of flap bolted in
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View from front of Wolverine
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View from rear of Wolverine showing two extra screws screwed into plastic to hold the flap to the curve of the wheel well.
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nice. i rebuilt my rear ones. needed a little more coverage for my mirrors.
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still mounted the same way. but did not cut the top slots. they bend around the curve pretty well. and are flexible for bush waken.
 
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