Highland 1058000 Black Splash Guard

What does a Highland black splash guard do?

Highland Black Splash Guards are designed to prevent mud and small rocks from being thrown up against the body of the vehicle or from being thrown at a following vehicle. These splash guards include mounting hardware for easy installation and are backed by limited lifetime warranty.

How big is a Highland tank Fireguard?

Available in 300-60,000 gallon capacities, they are supplied with primary and secondary emergency vents. Fittings of various sizes and styles enable connections to external piping systems.

How is the interior of a Highland tank protected?

Each tank is constructed with a minimum 3” interstice around the inner tank. The interstice is completely filled with a lightweight, monolithic material. This high efficiency insulation protects the inner tank in the unlikely event of a fire or extreme heat.

What can you do with a Highland title?

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At 14-inches tall, these mud flaps fit the front and rear fenders of most pick-up trucks, vans, and SUVs. If you need to, you can trim them into the desired shape. They come as a set of two and are made from heavy-duty rubber that is hardwearing. They protect your paintwork from chips and scratches caused by road debris.

The material can withstand extreme heat and freezing temperatures, so they will not crack and split and start to look scruffy. There is hardware (three black sheet metal screws per side) included to install them, and instructions are provided. You need to center punch and drill holes in the mud flaps once you have marked their position. You will also need a screwdriver. The mud flaps come with a limited lifetime guarantee.

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