Mud flaps with aftermarket rear bumper?

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My 2019 4-door Wrangler JL originally had the factory rear bumper, which of course wraps around the side all the way to the wheel well. It also had Mopar front and rear mud flaps. I now have an aftermarket rear bumper which goes straight across the back, so the rear mud flaps had to come off, but I want them replaced. However, most if not all rear mud flaps I could find fit onto and attach to the factory rear bumper side extensions, so they would not fit or look right on my Jeep. Any suggestions?
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My 2019 4-door Wrangler JL originally had the factory rear bumper, which of course wraps around the side all the way to the wheel well. It also had Mopar front and rear mud flaps. I now have an aftermarket rear bumper which goes straight across the back, so the rear mud flaps had to come off, but I want them replaced. However, most if not all rear mud flaps I could find fit onto and attach to the factory rear bumper side extensions, so they would not fit or look right on my Jeep. Any suggestions?
Have you considered the Rockblokz splash guards?
 

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Have you considered the Rockblokz splash guards?
I second rockbloks. I got them and they work great. I think they look good too, but that’s subjective.
 

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@FireEye .... I've since removed them, but here's what they'd look like if you haven't already looked at them. The front flaps slide in behind the stock inner fender liner, but I've replaced the liner. The flaps are quick-disconnect and I like them, but I've come to prefer the look without them.

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Thanks for the suggestion. I had looked into those, but appears those attach to rear bumper extensions, and my Jeep doesn’t really have much in that regard.

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Thanks for the suggestion. I had looked into those, but appears those attach to rear bumper extensions, and my Jeep doesn’t really have much in that regard.

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No they come with their own bracket that bolts to the frame using the same bolts and location as bumper extensions. I have LOD rear bumper and they work fine with it.
 

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Again, as stated several times, they will work: the plus is that they’re easily removed if you’re on the trail to avoid having them torn off: rear and front in the XL size for my 35’s.
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Thanks for all the suggestions everyone. I finally decided to modify the factory parts and Mopar mud flaps. It looks okay and now matches the front ones much better.

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