So I guess I got a few laughs with my semi truck mud flaps . We have to run mud flaps in Oregon . It depends on the LEO mostly but It helps to just have your $h!t together to keep him off your butt . My mud flaps have a pin system so I can quickly remove them when I go wheeling . I did add a special touch to them to give it more of a redneck trucker look and to tie in with my camo paint job on the burb . Usually you see the trucker flaps with the crome lady figure . I made my own ( using a crome one for a template ) out of thick sheet metal , welded 4 studs on the back so I could bolt them to the flap and I painted them in camo colors . I know they are huge but if they stop a rock from hitting someones rig or motorcycle then they did their job . I get these mud flaps for free all the time and I keep a few in the rig for the times I have to crawl under the rig to repair something . But mostly they get used by my buddies with their toyotas as they are always breaking stuff .