Minimizer Fast Flaps Secure Mud Flaps Without Making Holes, Sacrificing Strength

Minimizer Fast Flaps Secure Mud Flaps Without Making Holes, Sacrificing Strength

Fast Flaps secure mud flaps without creating any holes in the flap or sacrificing strength, yet it takes more than 500 pounds of pressure to detach a mud flap from the Fast Flaps stainless steel bar and the result doesn’t damage the flap, Minimizer says.

 

A year removed from its launch, Minimizer Fast Flaps continue to sell like hotcakes, with no drop off in sight, according to Minimizer.

Fast Flaps secure mud flaps without creating any holes in the flap or sacrificing strength, yet it takes more than 500 pounds of pressure to detach a mud flap from the Fast Flaps stainless steel bar and the result doesn’t damage the flap. See the product in action here  www.minimizer.com/product/fast-flap

“When we came out with Fast Flaps last March, we knew we had a winner,” Minimizer CEO and Chief Visionary Officer Craig Kruckeberg said. “This past year has only confirmed what we already knew – this product is an outstanding cost-saving addition for vocational fleets!”

“It’s an amazing piece of equipment,” owner/operator Jeremy Hodge said. “I wish I had these years ago.”

A screwdriver pries the Fast Flaps bar apart, allowing the mud flaps to be inserted into the gap. It works like a very strong clamp for the mud flaps.

“My drivers are always losing flaps and it’s a major headache,” fleet owner Jonathan Villmar said. “Now that we use Fast Flaps, I don’t have to worry about paying fines or extensive repairs that keep the truck off the road. Instead, guys just carry a screwdriver with them and they’re good to go.”

The first Fast Flaps video on Minimizer’s Facebook page has more than 1 million impressions, and it’s one of the most popular products across their social media, the company says.

“Whenever I go to a (heavy duty trucking) show, I get people coming up and asking about Fast Flaps,” Kruckeberg said. “It’s something that people keep hearing about and they want in on it.”

About Minimizer

Leveraging almost 40 years of manufacturing expertise at its state-of-the-art facility in Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, Minimizer is not only the leader in poly semi truck fenders – we invented the category. Minimizer poly fenders and integrated bracket kits are nearly indestructible and are guaranteed for life.

Our research and development team constantly “tests and tortures” each of our products to make sure what goes on, in or is used to fix the truck meets the rigors of our tough industry.

We also manufacture industry-leading light kits, mud flaps, tool boxes, tire masking kits, work benches and other accessories. Our most recent innovations include the world’s ONLY custom molded floor mats for semi trucks, as well as the revolutionary “whole body health” Minimizer Truck Seat System.

Minimizer has been family owned and operated for three generations. The company manufactures its products in the USA and makes everything tough enough to please tough people in a tough industry.

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