Just looking for opinions about keeping or removing the factory mud flaps. I notice a lot of Frontiers don't have them.
If you like the look with them on, keep them on, If not, take them off. It's your truck lol
Of course... but you're stating the obvious. Or what I assumed would be obvious. :surprise:It's not just a matter of what you think looks best though...
Mud flaps help protect the paint on the road but can be damaged (and possibly contribute to additional damage to the truck) on the trail.
Street use=mud flaps yes
Trail use=mud flaps no
im afraid to take my mud flaps off the truck. the amount of rock chips i have along my rocker and rear fender with them on is unacceptable imo. Id hate to see what it looks like after taking them off.
Yep 100% true. Previous owner of my truck did this and I have crinkled body panels where they once were. The day I bought the truck the mud flaps were the first thing removed.For those that wheel/off-road...I hear the OEM mudflaps (that don't flex) can wrinkle the attached body panels ($$$$) if taking a hard direct hit from below?!? Assuming that's true, I know I'd opt for something more flexible if not totally removing them for any serious escapades.
I like the look with them but I'm more of a stock kinda guy - too each their own though.Just looking for opinions about keeping or removing the factory mud flaps. I notice a lot of Frontiers don't have them.
Sounds like a trip to the dealer if it were me - I have 5200 on mine and no issues like that. I assume (it better) that would be covered under warranty?