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Old 01-14-2009, 06:56 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where I can get new rear mudflaps installed in the West Tennessee area?? This is for an'99 Hurricane, and I have lost the one on the driver side. I tried Camping World, but they only install the full width one on the back.
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Does anyone know where I can get new rear mudflaps installed in the West Tennessee area?? This is for an'99 Hurricane, and I have lost the one on the driver side. I tried Camping World, but they only install the full width one on the back.
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Aren't they just standard dually truck flaps? Could you just go to a automotive place or a truck stop. They would at least have them I would think.
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Didn't think about truck stops. There are a couple of those closeby out on the Interstate. They don't install, but may have some big ones. Problem is that I need someone to install them.
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I'll Bet if you ask the manager of the truck stop store they will know some one to install them.
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Thanks folks, I called a friend and he gave me a name for a local shop that orks on big trucks. He said just bring it in when the weather clears a bit, and it will be done!
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