Not sure if this has been posted already
Amazon has the clear paint protector “ tape” similar to what is on the Rubicon’s rear flares
I did my door sills and many other spots on my GC. Less then $20 and your done
I have used clear vinyl sign “Wrap” but it’s not as thick and started to yellow in a short amount of time
You nailed it!!! I bought the 4 x 96. And it works great, I actually put it down and then put Mopar sill guards. The drivers door I did a double layer due to my work boots. I think you’ll be happy with the VVIVID 3M protector tape
You may want to look at this thread: https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/mudflaps-and-rubicon-flares.4435/I use my jeep for work in the west texas oilfield two weeks at a time. I drive at least 1000 miles a month on gravel lease roads. I've had my Rubicon two and a half weeks and my rear fender flares look worse than any on this thread. Has anyone tried the mudflaps, and do they go on and off easily? My flares are unpainted and have no factory protection.
I have a rubicon 2020 with Mud guards installed. First you need to trim or cut the rock guard a little , its to long and sticks into the wheel well. Just remove it and cut it, then the mud guards will fit fine.Has anyone found a mud flap/guard for the front fenders on the a Rubicon yet?
So is the rock guard you have to cut the aftermarket part your putting on? What brand is the mud guard? Do you have a link?I have a rubicon 2020 with Mud guards installed. First you need to trim or cut the rock guard a little , its to long and sticks into the wheel well. Just remove it and cut it, then the mud guards will fit fine.