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Old 01-30-2012, 04:44 PM   #1
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Mud flaps for 2003 tahoe


Anyone know if gm makes an own mud flap for this Tahoe? I don't want to drill into anything to install them, but am having trouble finding any.

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Take some off somebody elses truck. That's the only place I know besides an auto-parts store.

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There are a few "no-drill" mudflaps for the 2003 Tahoe. Which ones you need depends on if you have the fender flares or not. On my truck, it was just simply removing a hex screw that was already in the wheelwell, putting the mudflap in place, and putting the hex screw back.

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my guess is that is to old model year for dealers to have those acessories in stock.

you could call a dealer and ask.

My experience is most stock mudflaps you drill anyway. I wouldn't be concerned about drilling for mudflaps anyway.

I see hyulan2 found some ... try those.
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There are a few "no-drill" mudflaps for the 2003 Tahoe. Which ones you need depends on if you have the fender flares or not. On my truck, it was just simply removing a hex screw that was already in the wheelwell, putting the mudflap in place, and putting the hex screw back.

https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C...w=1497&bih=969
I do have the fender flares. It's not something I HAVE to have, but seems like having the mud flaps would be a better idea than not.
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I do have the fender flares. It's not something I HAVE to have, but seems like having the mud flaps would be a better idea than not.
Everyone driving behind you will appreciate them.

Try http://www.lmctruck.com/

That is a great site for accessories and OEM replacement parts.
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Everyone driving behind you will appreciate them.

Try http://www.lmctruck.com/

That is a great site for accessories and OEM replacement parts.
Thanks. It does have quite a few parts.

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