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Old 06-09-2008, 01:03 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Making Wheel Dams from old mud flaps??

Originally Posted by lunarhighway View Post
maybe you could swap the front ones lef-rigth so they mount backwards...that seems smoother...

Thanks for the L-R swap idea, if I mounted them on the front of the wheel well, I would have wheel dams!

I was looking over the rear flaps today and the front area of the wheel well just might be an good fit for the swapped flaps.

The front flaps don't look as good for this trick. But, if they don't fit well enough, I might be able to use the rears up front.

If they did actually fit (swapped around), I'm wondering if they would need
to be cut shorter a little.?. The wheel dams I've seen on modern cars seem to
be only an inch or two in height.

This one looks like it might be 2"-2.5" tall..


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