You don't want metal splash guards. They are plastic because when you hit a pot hole or go off roading and they get rammed into the bottom of your truck, the plastic ones break off or get bent and metal ones would jam up into your metal fender and do some expensive body damage.SamIam said:Just got my mud/splash guards and put them on. I also was getting quite a bit of grime on my running boards with out them. I would prefer some type of stainless steel or chrome but ordered what was available.
I ordered mine and there were two different part numbers for the rear splashguards. So, yes, they are definitely significant as far as if they will fit or not.No Life Form said:
Anyone notice that nissan doesnt offer the splashguard as an option on their website when you build a Titan. I wonder why that is?!