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Old 06-25-2006
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How can I stop this mud spray?

Hey there guys, on the truck in my sig everytime I hit some mud it splashes so it looks like I was backin out half the time. Does anyone know what can cause this? I want it to stop doin this, I never once had to use reverse yet this is what it looks like - I hit mud/water at 2-20mph


Does anyone know how I stop the mud from makin it look like I can travel a gravel road without usin reverse? Thanks guys, this just bugs me, and so does everyone else who has a 4x4 . . .

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I put fender flares on my truck, i pretty much dont get any mud spray...
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That's the only think I can think of, I don't mind getting the doors and everything muddy at all, in fact I kinda like it but I really hate the look of it shooting from the front of the back tire, makes it look bad upon 2WD. The only thing I can think of is maybe a little mud-flap or somethin on the other side of fender, but that looks stupid, any ideas?
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basically fender flares as he said. But then they may be dorky without lift? There's good stock fender flares to buy.

Of course if you hit the pedals faster/more often then it'll start lookin all muddy and good.
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if the tires stick out at all you gunna get spray..

so when you turn they spray..
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cheapest, most efficient way to stop the funky spray





stop driving thru mud.
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stop driving thru mud.
couldnt of said it better
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cheapest, most efficient way to stop the funky spray





stop driving thru mud.

I probably could have figured that one out with a calculator, I think when I lift it I'm either gonna get the flares or just leave it.
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don't worry about it. you went in it didn't you. and you came out with no help i would guess. and so what if you use reverse just means you had to much fun the first time and want to go again lol.
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