ROKBLOKZ mud flaps, any good?

MarioC

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Hey guys and gals, looking for a way to keep slush and ice off my doors for the winter... anyone have these ROKBLOKZ mud flaps and what are your thoughts?
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I have the front XLs and love em. They keep the doors clean it takes me less than a minute to take em off when I need to.
 

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I have an XL set, but only installed the fronts. I did that last June and have had good service from them.

I figure I will install the rears at some point.

I wish I had purchased them earlier and had them ready to install the day I got our Jeep.

I wanted wheel flaps. I spent too much time searching for options, but I did not find anything better than the RockBlokz.

They have helped to greatly reduce, but not eliminate, rock chips on the rear fenders and doors.

I guess they help with mud too, but we don't see mud very often. :)

I do not bother taking them off when we are off the beaten path, but appreciate that it is easy to do so.

I have jammed the RokBlokz up while coming off ledges, and have appreciated their flexibility and resilience. I do not think a guard made of harder material would survive getting caught on a ledge. I also wonder if the hard shell guards would have broken something on the Jeep's fenders as they were being torn off by the terrain.
 

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Also have the XL's and they work great. Note you can order without the cut-out for the Rubi rock rails if required.
 

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I have the regular size option, they do a great job keeping the jeep clean, but i switched to 35" recently and started getting muddy on the rear doors only.. i've been running them for a year and no issues at all. highly recommend them. i never remove them while offroading and they take alot of beating and still perform as expected.
 

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I have the regular size option, they do a great job keeping the jeep clean, but i switched to 35" recently and started getting muddy on the rear doors only.. i've been running them for a year and no issues at all. highly recommend them. i never remove them while offroading and they take alot of beating and still perform as expected.
Exactly my experience. Regulars with 35's. I've off-roaded with them many, many times on the toughest terrain my Jeep has seen. They've had no issue and haven't even been scratched up. I like that they deflect some of the road salt in the winter.
 
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