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Im trying to curb the rear fender pad gunk as much as I can. What flaps work best? Does GM make one for the SSR?
 

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Mud flaps

cut 2 inchesw from the bottom or they will hit the ground . the rear flap goes on as is and looks good. It takes about 30 min.to install.
 

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Do you have to drill any new holes or can you use the existing ones for this installation?:smash
 

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Flaps

I got mine from my GM dealer.......Bought them for my Envoy, but never used them...........I used the existing holes.......and transfered the pattern to the flap......they fit great.....And with a little help from my friend Clint......I have SSR flaps......Chrome SS and red R........:seeya
 

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I cut my own out of black rubber gasket sheeting 1/8". used factory holes also.
 

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Hide in Plain sight!

I bought my plain mud flaps from one of the local auto stores. I used plain black because I thought it would be harder to notice them. I only used them on the front of my SSR and I think they look great because they blend into the tire very nicely.

I haven't found a real compelling reason to use them on the back of my SSR yet. I just used the existing screw holes so if I decide to remove them there would be no extra holes showing.
 

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