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Power Flow6417 Pro-Fit-Direct Fit Mud Flaps - Black, Rubber, Direct Fit

Part #: P416417 | Mfr #: 6417

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  • Series: Power Flow Pro-Fit-Direct Fit
  • Location: Front
  • Material: Rubber
  • Color/Finish: Black
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Set of 2
  • Mud Flap Shape: Molded
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Attachment Style: Screw-on
  • Mounting Style: Wheel well mount
  • Notes: Model 7 for trucks
  • Requires Drilling: No
  • Warranty: 90-Day Limited Warranty
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Product reviews

Nice product by KT, February 5, 2012

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Had to add a couple of holes to secure properly but was very easy.


Power Flow Mud Flaps by , March 10, 2011

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I have an 06 Nissan Frontier SE. I installed the Power Flow Mud Flaps I purchased. There are no pre-drilled holes or clear directions on how to install this product. I pretty much had to install the product by trial and error. It took me 3 hours to install the product to my liking. Once installed the product looks nice, like it's original factory installed. The mud flaps seem to be very durable. I drove through the Sierra Nevada mountains in bad weather this week. The product worked like a champ!


by Green Weiner, February 28, 2011

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Were not factory- fit as advertised but I made them work. Probably not the correct ones but did not want the hassle of sending them back.


Do not install with fender flares by Raymond, February 23, 2011

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If you have the factory delivered fender flares, this product does not fit out of the box. You either have to make a modification or the guards will not fit right. I returned this item because I didn't want to go through the extensive modifications this would require for proper installation. If you have the fender flares, look on.


Power Flow Mud Flaps by Tony, June 26, 2010

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Most PreRunners have fender flares. These flaps do not fit perfectly because of the flare. I had to devise my own bracket to make them work. Once I figured that out, they installed easily and look just fine.


Good Fit, Factory Like Appearance by Allidap, April 11, 2010

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Good fit and look like they are factory. TO install them you must drill holes in the edges to match the plastic nuts in the wheelhouse liner and fender. If you are not very mechanically inclined this could be quite a daunting task. I am a professional auto repairman and it was still a bit of a task to drill the holes exactly where they needed to be. Still, a patient beginner can still do a good job of installing them.


by , March 26, 2010

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They look great but it is hard to line them up perfect so they are level and plumb and to match the other side. You think each is perfect but when you look at them from the back you can see the difference.


by , February 22, 2010

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Very good product and good service The product was easy to install and took only minutes


Mud Flaps used for Tacoma by , February 7, 2010

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Installed on a 2006 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab Long Bed. Not much to say except that I'm satisfied with the mud flaps. They don't look out of place, the mold of the mud flap meets the curves of the truck and it's way better than paying the high prices Toyota wants for the OEM mud flaps. I'll give you a bit of a tip. I didn't have anything to bite the screw when it goes through the mud flap and through the big hole on the fender of the truck so I used small chunks of 1/4 rubber from an old thick rubber hose. I had to remove each tire while I was putting on the MF. Trying to hold the mud flap tight against the truck, hold the piece of rubber and screw the screw in.... yeah, a second set of hands is a big help. Oh and trying to make sure they go on level to the ground. All in all, I'm happy. It looks good, and it keeps the dirt off my truck and that's what I wanted.