Dodge D100 Pickup / D200 Pickup 1973, Silver Diamond Plate Mud Flaps by Dee Zee®, 1 Pair. Location: Rear. Size: 12" x 16". Protect your rear fenders behind wheel well areas against rock chips and hardened deposits that build up from road tar, grime, mud, and slush with a set of Brite-Tread Mud Flaps. Aircraft grade aluminum construction with a stylish diamond tread pattern ensures resistance to corrosion even under the toughest conditions. CA Prop 65 WARNING - This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Drilling is Required
- California Proposition 65 Warning
- Aircraft grade aluminum construction provides high strength and freedom from corrosion
- Installation is easy using existing vehicle fasteners, but some minor drilling may be required on some applications
- Installation may not be possible if fender flares or running boards with built-in guards are already installed
- Sold in pairs - all mounting hardware included
- Proudly manufactured in the United States
Whether you drive your vehicle on smooth roads or unpaved trails, the paint on your fenders behind wheel well areas is subject to a constant onslaught from corrosive and messy debris picked up from ground surfaces. Tar and oils from newer pavement can discolor paint, gravel and other debris sandblast your rocker panels leaving visible chips of all sizes, and globs of tar and paint softened by the summer sun can end up on your vehicle where they harden and become impossible to remove. Worst of all, there are the extremely corrosive agents found in salty winter slush that start the rust process. Dee Zee offers real protection from these destructive elements with their aluminum Brite-Tread Mud Flaps. A choice of universal sizes exists in order to provide you with the width best suited to your vehicle or trailer.
Only durable, airgraft-grade aluminum is used by Dee Zee to make the Brite-Tread Mud Flaps, so they will stand up to anything without corroding or becoming tarnished. Should you desire to clean the mud flaps, a brush along with soap and most bug/tar remover solutions should restore them to new-looking condition. Installation is easy using the existing screws or bolts on your vehicle that hold wheel well liners in place. On some vehicle applications, a minor amount of drilling may be needed to fully secure the mud flaps. Installation may not be possible or may be difficult if your vehicle has fender flares or running boards with integrated splash guards already installed.
Since 1977, Iowa-based Dee Zee® has sought to create products and accessories for trucks and SUVs with class-leading levels of style, quality, and longevity. Their success and growth in the marketplace has always been fueled by listening to what customers want, then building the things competitors did not offer. Dee Zee believes that it is extremely important to be environmentally aware and views efficient manufacturing to minimize pollution and waste as a corporate responsibility. That philosophy goes hand in hand with fundamental beliefs that a product which effectively resists corrosion represents a better value for the customer - giving it a longer useful lifespan instead of becoming more junk in a landfill. Our website is proud to offer the Dee Zee product you've seen on this page as well as the company's complete lineup of running boards, grille guards, tool boxes, bed protectors, mud flaps, liquid transfer tanks, cargo carriers, and much more.