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My JLUR Mud(Rock) Flaps

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Can you take a couple more shots from different angles, such as the side and behind? Please measure how far down yours hang from the bottom of the rock rail. These things should reduce the rocks blasting the hinges by a pretty good sum.

Thanks again for leading me to these!
 

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Two bolts, one each side I went through a plastic support bracket and two, one each side went through the plastic caps for the Rubicon sliders. I didn't trim the splash guards at all.
Bolts, not rivets, right? Thanks for the help!
 

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Bolts. I didn't trust rivets. These splash guards are thick and fairly heavy.
They look fantastic and look like they give lots of protection. I don't mind them sticking down a bit, too. They do on my JK, and it hasn't caused any issue off road. I really think these will not only cut down on the KO2's stoning the Jeep, but also salt spray in the winter.

Was it hard to get behind the fender liner?

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My splash guards hang 6 1/4" below the sliders and 10 1/4" below the fender flares (where they meet fenders).
Looks great! What size bolts did you use? My spash guards arrived today, btw!
 

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Are the Mopars the only good molded option?
I prefer no Jeep logo, For a Sahara.
 

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We had front and rear Mopar flaps on the JKU Sahara and the same JLU Moab.
They look and work well. Just be sure to buy a $20 plastic rivet tool from Harbor Freight before you start, you will need it. And you will need to drill holes in inner fender well. You will not need to remove the wheels. Follow the instructions and flip the two nuts, it does help.
 

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I Have the Rokblokz Quick-Release Mudflaps on my JLUR, easily installed and you can remove them without tools, they're held on in factory locations with thumbscrews.

They offer them in two different sizes: Normal & Large
Mine are the normal size, the larger ones are for those who got a lift and bigger tires.

Note: Don't mind the splashes on the jeep in the close ups, that was right after i installed them :)

Pictures Below!
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I got the Weathertech molded ones and really like them. No drilling necessary and I had all four on in about 30 minutes.
Are they molded? Can you post some pics?

I like the idea of not having to drill in case I want to remove them.
 

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Are the Mopars the only good molded option?
I prefer no Jeep logo, For a Sahara.
Here's a picture of the Mopar flaps installed. The Jeep letters are raised on the rear flaps only. You have to look for them, they will not grab your eye.
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Thanks for the pics guys.

I'm having a hard time finding pics of Weathertech mud guards on any Wrangler generation and like the idea of how they are no drill / clip on, but don't like the way they look here on other vehicles:
https://www.weathertech.com/jeep/20...-generation/jl/wrangler-trim-level-jl/sahara/

The Rokblokz are crazy priced @ $160 and don't prefer that look either since they look like they belong on a car IMO. But I had them on my previous vehicle, VW Golf R, and they were great.

Currently leaning toward OEM Mopar even though I'd have holes if I removed them, and then just plug the holes if needed with rubber plugs.
 
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