Rated 4.0 out of 5 based off 104 ratings

$31.99 View Price

Brand RoadSport
Vehicle Service Type Van, Truck
Fit Type Universal Fit
Position Rear
Installation Type Screw In

  • The product is sold in pairs
  • Custom molded truck splashguard model 7
  • Custom molded for each application

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Pro fit 6417 truck, SUV & van splashguard model 7 applications.

Product Reviews:


Dan
4.0 out of 5 stars

Better Than OEM for 2011 Toyota Tacoma
Reviewed in the United States ?? on October 24, 2011

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I purchased these to replace the stupidly long and stupidly stiff OEM mud flaps on my 2011 Toyota Tacoma 4X4. The factory flaps scraped pulling out of my driveway, and were very rigid. I was worried about the flaps damaging the fender flares they are mounted to or being ripped off every time I ventured off-road. I did not want to run without mud flaps because they keep the body of the truck clean and damage free, and protect drivers behind me from rocks & debris being thrown at their car. These 7" RoadSport flaps fit the truck very well, look good, provide good protection, and give me some piece of mind. They are very thick & flexible rubber and look like something that should have come from the factory. Installation was easy, as I just took the factory flaps off and used them as a template for mounting holes. Mounting 4 flaps took about 1 hour because I took my time.
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Shari Durben
4.0 out of 5 stars

Some assembly required
Reviewed in the United States ?? on February 28, 2021

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These mud flaps require you to create the hole so it lines up with you vehicle . A good idea but not expected. Otherwise very nice.
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Sean F. Werle
5.0 out of 5 stars

Fix Toyota's one mistake with the Tacoma
Reviewed in the United States ?? on September 6, 2008

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So, if you have a Toyota Tacoma and ever beat it like you should then you know that the factory mudflaps are crapola. They are hard plastic and snap right off on the first rock. These Pro-Fit aftermarket replacement splashguards fix the problem nicely though. They are hard rubber and bend when they meet a rock instead of cracking or trying to tear your fenderwell off for you. They are a bit of a pain to install because you need to drill some holes and this requires removing all of your wheels unless you have a 90-degree drill and a love for working in small spaces, but it's well worth the effort. Plus you get rid of the idiotic "4x4" on the rear factory flaps, which is patently wrong because you can't get a Tacoma (or any 4-wheel drive truck) with a 4-speed transmission anymore. An excellent product that I highly recommend!
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5 people found this helpful
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jmark
3.0 out of 5 stars

Powerflow 6417
Reviewed in the United States ?? on January 1, 2012

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I put this product on my 2009 Nissan Frontier, looks great and looks tough with the rubber material instead of plastic. Good alternative to the OEM splashguards and reasonable price as well. As for the product, I had troubles installing them because it doesn't sit perfectly, but with a few adjustments and after 45 mins. I was able to install all 4 splashguard. (Note: I bought two pair). All in all good product and I have them on my truck for the past couple months and works the way it should work.
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4 people found this helpful
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clyde
3.0 out of 5 stars

Splashguards
Reviewed in the United States ?? on December 23, 2011

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I bought these splashguards for my 2004 Dodge Ram. They fit nicely and appeared to be very sturdy, however, the standard tires on this truck are about an inch wider than these splashguards. Since I bought them to keep the snow off my running boards, I feel that they are going to be only partially effective. This product would have been just perfect if it had just another inch or two width to cover the splashback.
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FJ40 guy
5.0 out of 5 stars

Perfect solution for one problem with stock Tacomas
Reviewed in the United States ?? on January 10, 2011

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The stock Toyota mud flaps on the 05-up Tacomas are made of hard plastic. I bought one of these trucks new in 05 and both mud flaps broke when the truck was 2 weeks old simply from backing up in deep snow. I just bought another Tacoma used and both flaps were broken, big surprise. I recently read about the powerflow mudflaps on an enthusiast forum and bought a set. They fit the truck well and are quite flexible, yet they hold their shape and remain effective. I'm very pleased with them especially for the price.
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6 people found this helpful
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Bill
4.0 out of 5 stars

Worked great
Reviewed in the United States ?? on October 16, 2013

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First made in China. I mounted these on a modified Nissan frontier with Bushwacker flares. I am running a lift with 35x12.50 tires and the coverage is perfect. The material is a soft rubber which will flex when going over rocks but isnt so soft that it flaps in the breeze.
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the old bodger