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Mudflaps, or fenders are a legal requirment most everywhere.... it just rarely gets enforced.
The mudflap must extend to the axle/wheel centerline.
The fender must cover the entire tire.
Thats the law which is seldom enforced..... this might be one of the ugliest homebilt ways to comply with the fender regulation.
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A quick search yielded this:I think the weirdos in Utah require trucks, Jeeps and similar to have mud flaps.
My first time down Black Bear Pass, I was following a group from Utah who all had flaps.
Good thing I don't live there anymore, my jeep would be much more sad.Mudflaps
Rear tires must have the top 50% of the tire covered by mud flaps, fenders or the vehicle body construction. Rear mud flaps are must be directly aligned with the tire and at least as wide as the tire.