Front mud guards that work with Retractable boards.

George C

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http://www.realtruck.com/husky-line...m_medium=cpc&gclid=CM6D0fin6cICFWFp7Aod0T8AuA


These are the ones that work.
They mounted up in existing holes using the stock screws, and without taking the wheel off as long as you have a torx socket (short to fit between tire and flap) the correct size to reach the inside screw. A regular torx driver won't fit in that little amount of space.

Although this pic shows my wife's truck with the winter 20" wheel set, there will be plenty of clearance when we remount the 22" wheels and tires for the summer.
 

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Looks good George, thanks for posting the link and pics.
 

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Thanks for the pics, George - I just ordered a 2015.5 Denali like your wife's. I'll order the mud guards when the truck arrives.

Please do me a favor - what is the height of the assist step tread when the step is extended? i.e. what is the height to the step from the ground? Thanx!
 

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...same part number for the front and rear?
 

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Thanks for the pics, George - I just ordered a 2015.5 Denali like your wife's. I'll order the mud guards when the truck arrives.

Please do me a favor - what is the height of the assist step tread when the step is extended? i.e. what is the height to the step from the ground? Thanx!

Roughly 12".

---------- Post added at 07:24 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:23 PM ----------

...same part number for the front and rear?

No, they are not
 

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Thanks for the measurement - I have a disabled passenger and must be sure she can make that first step. The running boards on my Acadia Denali are 9" so I'm hoping another three 3" will be okay.
 

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The tread is definitely wide enough for those with stability issues. They fold out farther than I was expecting also, making them VERY accessible for those who need all the help they can get.
I was impressed with the quality when I opened the door.
 

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Thanks again for the info - I'm confident the retractable assist steps will be just what she needs.
 

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I didn't think I would like the flaps, but they look pretty good. Thanks for the pics and info.
 

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