Originally Posted by Thundr56
Looks good. Iím just surprised that not only is this feature not standard, but that they are not all that plentiful in aftermarket. They can be found but it doesnít appear to be much of a market. Did you have to pull your wheels to install yours?
I didn't pull the wheels. It helped to raise the rear of the MH on the jacks to get more room to work in the wheel wells. There are outriggers just to the rear of the wheels that I screwed the flaps to. Had to trim a bit off of the driver's side flap to clear the leaf springs.
I drilled pilot holes and then used self-drilling screws with washers. I used screws with octagonal heads so that I could use a socket on my drill to insert them. That made it a bit easier to get the screws in.
I was a bit dismayed when I realized that there were no mudflaps from the factory. There are front ones from the factory. Wouldn't cost Winnebago anything to put them on and would have saved me a lot of work.
Here's another thread with some discussion about the mud flaps with comments by DuraFlap: