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Old 11-11-2012, 07:42 PM   #1
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Mudflaps

Hey guys! I have a 1987 Sprinter by Mallard class A rv. It has the GM chassis if that makes any difference. I have destroyed my left rear mudflap. The mudflaps all say Mallard on them. I am aware that Mallard is a discontinued brand. I didn't know if I could get a replacement mudflaps. If anyone knows where I could get a replacement please let me know.
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Old 11-11-2012, 07:58 PM   #2
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Go to a NAPA store and get the size you need. Be aware that they'll say NAPA on them, but in exchange for the ad, the price should be dirt cheap. We used to use them as pads in animal (hog) crates and they were 1/3 the price of "animal" pads that were virtually identical, but without the "NAPA" on them. Pigs couldn't read anyway. LOL
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Old 11-11-2012, 09:57 PM   #3
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You know pigs can read - Your mind that is.
they can tell where to go to get over/under or around you before we know what's happening
So they must read our mind. Been run over put smarted crashed. Smashed well u know.
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You know pigs can read - Your mind that is.
they can tell where to go to get over/under or around you before we know what's happening
So they must read our mind. Been run over put smarted crashed. Smashed well u know.
Nothing more exciting than a ride on the back of a 450 pound sow that doesn't want to go up the ramp.
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When I needed mud flaps a couple of months ago I went to a Freightliner shop and bought the largest single flap I could find. Then cut it to size, drilled holes and mounted in place of the old ones. One large flap easily made two smaller ones, with no advertising on them.
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I have gotten them over the years at FleetPride. They have stores all over, check their website. They stock several sizes with no logo or name, very reasonable prices.
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