2015-2016 F-150 Husky Custom Molded Front Mud Guards Review & Install

What’s going on, guys? Adam here with americanmuscle.com. Today I’m bringing you a quick overview and
installation of the Husky Custom Molded Front Mud Guards, fitting all 2015 and newer F-150s. So in this video, of course we’ll be going
over the functionality and benefits of adding the Front Mud Guards from Husky as well as
their materials and construction. I’ll top the video off with the installation,
which I’ll let you know up front gets a very easy one out of three wrenches on our difficulty
meter, but may require a slight amount of drilling, depending on your personal preference,
which I’ll touch on at the end of the video. The Husky Custom Molded Front Mud Guards will
be for any 2015 or newer F-150 owner looking to protect their body panels and factory paint
from road debris, weather elements, and off-road messes by adding a custom-fit molding of a
mud flap directly fit to their particular F-150. Now, if you’ve used Husky materials for the
interior of your F-150 in the past, you know first-hand that they can do a hell of a job
keeping out the weather elements from damaging the interior of your F-150. Now, that same logic and theory is going to
apply to the exterior today with these custom-molded front mud guards. These will help keep your factory body panels
and paint clear of any off-road debris, the on road debris, especially if you’re taking
it to a work site as a daily driver or doing some light off-roading. Speaking of off-roading, if you’re hitting
the trails with your buddies every other weekend or if you’re doing it very, very often, doing
some extreme off-roading adventures, you know first-hand that you can take on a lot of mud
and dirt, which is honestly to be expected. What you don’t wanna see is taking on some
damage, thanks to those trail hazards, like kicking up small rocks, chipping your factory
paint or leaving dents in your body panels. You can definitely prevent that by adding
the Husky Custom Molded Front Mud Guards for a very, very minimal cost, which I’ll talk
about in just a second. Now, when talking about any protective materials
or products on the market, you wanna see a very durable construction behind that. These are manufactured out of a rugged thermoplastic
ABS material, something very durable and very common on the market for protective items
and really after-market parts in general. This is something that will take the beating
for your side panels and won’t really chip or crack in the long run, something that offers
a very durable material. On top of that, it has a matte black finish
that is actually going to be paintable or ready to pop on your vehicle right out of
the box. You wanna pop it on right out of the box,
you get an aggressive look here, but you can definitely take it to a custom local paint
shop to get it matched to your factory colors. These are going to be a very budget-friendly,
affordable price tag, coming in at around $40. Now, in my personal opinion, this is something
I would highly recommend picking up if you’re doing that off-roading adventure stuff on
the weekends, every so often, or extreme all the time or if you’re taking your truck on
the work site. This is something you can definitely benefit
from, and there’s no hurt adding these to the front end of your truck. If you wanna pick up the rear end kit, it’s
just another $40 on that as well, something, in my opinion, is very worthwhile. Moving along to the install portion of the
video, like I said in the very beginning, this one may require some drilling, depending
on your personal preference. What that basically means is, if you’re not
looking to do any drilling, it does come with 3M automotive bonding tape pre-applied to
the materials. All you’d have to do is clean the area off,
peel off the backing of the tape, and stick it into place, which will definitely hold
up. The 3M tape is something very durable, and
it will last the test of time. But if you’re looking for some added peace
of mind, if you want some added safety and security, there are pre-drilled holes in the
materials, which you can do some drilling into your wheel wells just to get it to stick
on there a lot longer as a more permanent option. Overall, about 20 to 30 minutes on the install
with the 3M tape, maybe 30 minutes to an hour if you’re doing some drilling, and either
way, it gets the one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Wrapping things up here, if you’re the owner
of a 2015 or newer F-150 and you’re looking to protect your body panels and factory paint
from taking on damage from your daily work commute, your off-roading adventures, or just
some weather elements, you might wanna check out the Husky Custom Molded Front Mud Guards,
of course available right here at americanmuscle.com.

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2 Responses

  1. Adam Manning says:

    Another desired add on. Sweet

  2. NAME LESS says:

    hey americanmuscle!:) when are you guys going to announced the winner for the giveaway?

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