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  1. #1
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    Rpm Slash Mud Flaps mounted to the Slayer

    Here some pictures of my new slayer with the RPM Slash Mud flap kit installed














  2. #2
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    Nice! Did you have to mod anything for them to mount?
    I need R/Cers anonymous.

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    Nope, no modding necessary. Just drilled a pilot hole on each side of the bumper support for the mud flap arm upper mounting screws. Made a couple of spacers for the upper mounting holes to bring the mud flaps out more, and made a bar for the bottom of the mud flap mounting holes to help support them.

    The spacers where made from some old shock tower bushings, and the bar on the bottom was made from a slash 4x4 rear bumper.
    Last edited by r.c.dealer; 03-13-2010 at 05:53 PM.

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    Hey dude that looks great. I put some mud flaps on my slayer. They wind up beding off. I found a long 2mm thick bar and simply zip tied it to the pumper. Then zip tied the mud flaps on each end. It lasted one day...hehehee. I guess I was just to ruff with them.
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    Where did you get them? Part #? I will definitely try your idea.
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  6. #6
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    The part # for the RPM Slash mud flap system is 81012. You can get them pretty much anywhere.

  7. #7
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    this works great thank you!! I also drilled a hole threw the lower support bar of the mud flaps into the stock bumper so now the wont rotate.

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    This all so works for the slayer pro

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