Rear flares are not the same on both.The overall shape is the same the flair bends down just like the Rubicon does, it is the same senario on both there is a wedge gap where flair meets fender.
Please explain why only a Rubicon needs the wedge.seam filled (are rocks more attracted to the Rubicon)?
The only difference ( if I recall correctly) between flairs is the Rubicon sits 1.25" higher so it has a deeper indentation for the hood locks the rest of the shape is basically the same including the "V" of the seam. Keep in mind that Only applies to the fronts rears are the same on both
in terms of location and the wedge they are identical. Regardless they both attach the same way and both have the wedge that could potentially hold a pebble. Like I said I just did 100+ miles on gravel with my rock throwing KO2's with out a single pebble or debris in the gap. I do not see it as a solution to a existing problem. My BIL with a Rubicon also removed his gasketing same issue would not stay tucked after time. To demonstrate how similar the flairs are I just had my Sahara wrapped in 3M and the pre printed patterns for the flairs (both front and back) is the same for both the Rubicon and SaharaRear flares are not the same on both.
Just sharing info to someone who asked. I don’t really care if you do it or not.I have done more than 100 miles of gravel roads in the last 2 weeks, not a single rock or pebble in the
Waste of time and money. I had driven over 100 miles of gravel roads in the last two weeks my seams are clean (except dirt that washes out), Like I said I installed the rubber last year it lasted a couple months before it started coming out. I removed the rubber 2 months ago.