Customers can now order dually truck mud flaps for Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford and GMC trucks in several options including classic, stainless steel, diamond tread and with mounting brackets. They now have dually truck mud flaps in stock for immediate shipment across the entire USA for 2500, 3500, 2500HD, 3500HD, Ram and Super Duty. The Go Industries dually truck mud flaps are ideal for protecting a truck’s paint as well as protecting other drivers from spraying mud, debris, rocks, sand and salt. Go Industries mud flaps options include stainless steel accents, diamond treads, mounting brackets, and anti-sail brackets.
Go Industries says that mud flap kits are essential accessories any truck on the road and that they are mandated by law for trucks in most states. Go Industries strives to offer mud flaps are ideal for the unique needs of dually trucks to deflect debris from the rear tires insuring that dually trucks stay protected while protecting other vehicles on the road. Their mud flaps for dually trucks are made out of non-recycled rubber and measure 19” x 24” for all dual wheel trucks. They also offer 12” x 24” mud flaps for single wheel trucks. Stainless and Diamond Tread accessories are available for all Go Industries mud flap models.
The tires of the truck are always in contact with all types of potentially paint-damaging items such as mud, small rocks, tar, and various kinds of debris. The fender wells have been designed to deflect these things but they are not able to prevent everything from reaching the paint of the truck. This is because the fender wells do not reach down to the tires, thus leaving a big area that is unprotected, allowing the tires to flip mud, stones, debris, and other things with strong impact on the paint of the truck and also the vehicles that are behind. This is particularly dangerous when the dually truck passes an area where there are a lot of small rocks, such as a construction site. The small rocks can hit the paint with such a strong force that they may cause dings and dents to the truck and other vehicles that happen to be behind the truck. Installing the proper size of mud flaps can help save money and time by protecting the truck from small rocks, mud, and other things that may damage the paint, requiring a costly paint job.