2001-2006 Dodge Sprinter Van – Access Roxter Mud Flaps – 12″ Wide – Smooth Finish
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- 12 Inch Wide
- Confirmed to fit T1N 2001-2006 Sprinter Van
- Rear Pair
- No-Drill Install
- Clamps Onto Ball Mount
These mud flaps protect your towed boat or trailer from rocks and debris. Mats can be trimmed and adjusted along the frame to fit your Dodge Sprinter. Aluminum frame and 3/8″ thick rubber ensure durability. Clamps onto 2″ ball mount.
- Hitch-mounted mud flaps shield what you tow from mud, rocks, and road debris
- Protects your boat, car, snowmobile, ATV, or 5th-wheel trailer
- Universal design accommodates most full-size trucks and SUVs
- Trim flaps to fit your vehicle’s needs
- Adjust flaps along the frame to customize protection over the wheels
- Additional mud flaps (A4000184 – sold separately) can be added for more protection
- 4 Heavy-duty, 3/8″ thick composite rubber mud flaps offer better protection than standard mud flaps
- Lightly textured, smooth surface reduces ice and mud build-up
- Withstands heat up to 200 degrees and remains flexible at -40 degrees
- Rustproof, anodized aluminum frame and zinc-plated hardware ensure durability
- 2 Reversible trim plates enhance the look of your mud flaps and help them stay rigid
- Easy installation – frame clamps onto your 2″ ball mount
- Mud flaps secure to frame with included hardware
- Smooth mill finish
- Optional heat shield (A80807 – sold separately) protects flap from hot exhaust
- Made in the USA
- Applications: most full-size pickups and SUVs
- Frame: 75-1/2″ long x 1″ thick
- Mud flaps (each): 24″ long x 12″ wide x 3/8″ thick
- 1-Year limited warranty
Notes: A minimum of 2″ of clearance is needed from the edge of the bumper step to the end of the ball mount shank to ensure a proper fit. If the ball mount shank does not align with the hitch receiver so that the hitch pin can be inserted – or if the Roxter’s frame cannot be positioned to hang straight and plumb – a longer ball mount will be needed to install the mud flaps.
These universal, hitch-mounted mud flaps protect your towed boat or trailer from dirt, rocks and road debris. Heavy-duty rubber flaps can be customized to suit your personal style and the level of protection you want. Constructed of 3/8″ thick flaps and a strong aluminum frame for durability and weather resistance. Roxter mud flaps are easy to assemble, and they install by clamping on to your 2″ ball mount.
Customizable Mud Flaps
The Roxter includes 4 mud flaps that each measure 24″ long x 12″ wide. These mud flaps can be trimmed and adjusted along the frames to suit your style and your truck’s needs.
If you want more protection, you can purchase additional mud flaps (sold separately).
Roxter mud flaps are made of a 3/8″ thick composite rubber for superior protection. These flaps have been rated to resist heat up to 200 F and to remain flexible at -40 F. A heat shield can be purchased to protect the flap from hot exhaust (sold separately). A lightly textured, smooth rubber surface keeps ice and mud from building up and sticking to the flaps.
The frame is constructed of strong, rustproof aluminum and comes with zinc-plated hardware. The frame has a smooth finish.
Reversible Trim Plates
Trim plates can be attached to the bottom of your mud flaps to give them a stylish look and help the flaps stay rigid. The plates are reversible with one side silver and the other side black.
Easy Installation and Removal
You can install the mud flaps in a few simple steps. First, assemble the frame and the ball mount clamp, then attach the clamp to the frame using the included hardware. Slide the ball mount shank into the clamp, insert the ball mount into your hitch, and secure it with a pin and clip.
Once the ball mount is secured you can tighten the frame clamp in place. Be sure to leave a small gap between the mud flap frame and your bumper so the frame will not scratch the bumper.
To install the mud flaps onto the frame, simply slide the weld nuts on the back of each flap into the frame’s nut channel, push tube plugs into each end of the frame, and tighten bolts to secure the mud flaps.
Once you have completed the initial setup you can leave the mud flaps clamped to your ball mount. This will make it easy to install and remove as needed.
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