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Can anyone give me the part numbers for the factory mud flaps for an '07 TB LT with factory runnig boards? The part numbers in the mud flap write-up don't come up on GMPartsDirect's web site.

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For the molded GM ones, 02-07 are the same, except two-toned trucks take a different one from single colors, and the rears won't work on an SS.
 

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For the molded GM ones, 02-07 are the same, except two-toned trucks take a different one from single colors, and the rears won't work on an SS.
The molded ones are what I'm after. I just can't seem to find the part # I need. I guess I'll give the dealership a call Monday and ask them.
 

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Spong dude, youre linky no workey ! :confused:
i have them " had them as a gift months ago " and didnt put on yet, i need to pull the whole tire out 1st :worried:
btw, any one with a Drop kit and have them ???? any picsssss ?
 

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I word of caution. I put the GM accessory molded flaps on a 2002 pickup I had. The part that touches the side actually rubbed my paint down to the metal! I tool them off and put the flat ones on it.
I'm thinking a little double sided 3M tape will fix that. Keep it from moving and there shouldn't be any rubbing the paint off issues.
 

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I have also been looking for the mud flaps. I did get a GM part number for both front and rear. These are the molded ones. But there is a note about the front not available if you are equipped with running boards.
I decided to go with the aftermarket flats.
The GM molded also have the BowTie logo. Saw a few on an Ebay store.
I'll post the numbers tonight, don't have them here at work.
 

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I put just the plain black GM ones on mine. I thought about the white bowtie or the ones with "Trailblazer" but then it just highlites the mudflaps. Plain black kinda blends in and you almost don't see them.
 

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I put just the plain black ones on mine. I thought about the white bowtie or the ones with "Trailblazer" but then it just highlites the mudflaps. Plain black kinda blends in and you almost don't see them.

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Bought cheap aftermarket ones for the front because I have running boards.
 

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I put just the plain black GM ones on mine. I thought about the white bowtie or the ones with "Trailblazer" but then it just highlites the mudflaps. Plain black kinda blends in and you almost don't see them.
do you have a drop kit ?? or the stock hight ?
any one with a drop kit and mud flaps ?? :undecided pic request :D
 

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Stock height.

Can't even see the flaps if the angle is right! If I had White lettering or the Bowtie then you could



Now you can see them from a different angle


 

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Having the factory running boards makes no difference. They fit the same and don't touch the boards. Don't know why it would list an exclusion, but I didn't have any problem with my 04.
 

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Spong - Which mudflaps do you have on yours? I gotta get a set quick. I picked up my camper from storage this past weekend and it was caked with mud that the tires kicked up.
 

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Spong - Which mudflaps do you have on yours? I gotta get a set quick. I picked up my camper from storage this past weekend and it was caked with mud that the tires kicked up.
Just the plain GM accessory ones. They are the medium size.
 
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