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Maximus Bar/Mopar Lights/Ace Sliders/Rokblokz installed!!!

Carnut12

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2022 Wrangler 392 XR
I was very hesitant to buy the Rokblokz mud-flaps I thought they might be too big. I was so wrong they are perfect the XL looks perfect on the 392!!! I did the fronts first, very easy. I attempted the back, but I want to cut the plastic instead of leaving the trim off so I’ll finish those another time.

I had the Ace Engineering sliders on my JK, I was extremely happy with them so I went with them again, absolutely love them!!! So much easier getting in and out now. I will add non-skid tape to the top, I did last time and it lasted the 3 years I had the Jeep.

Last I added the Maximus 3 SLP and Light Bracket, the lights are Mopar 7”, I spent a long time determining which bar/lights to go with there are so many options. I love the look very happy with them!!! I still have to wire them, I’ve read it’s fairly easy, I’ll tackle that another time.

This Friday the Jeep goes in for paint correction and Ceramic Coating 👍👍
 

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I really like the look of the ACE rock sliders, and being able to keep the existing sliders. Just trying to get over the $978 they want for a set. LOL
 
I really like the look of the ACE rock sliders, and being able to keep the existing sliders. Just trying to get over the $978 they want for a set. LOL
Thank you!!!

I got 10% off and they were cheaper, I paid $808 shipped. Not cheap but they are made so well. I think the price went up after I ordered.
 
Looking great! This is the first time I see the Rokblokz mudflaps on 392. Do you mind snap a pic from the direct side? I believe they’ll function very well.
 
I really like the look of the ACE rock sliders, and being able to keep the existing sliders. Just trying to get over the $978 they want for a set. LOL
I didn’t know the ACE rock sliders can be installed without taking off the rubi rails. Thanks.
 
I didn’t know the ACE rock sliders can be installed without taking off the rubi rails. Thanks.
That is one of the reasons I got them from my JK, I believe they are one of the only ones that work with the originals still installed.
 
Looking great! This is the first time I see the Rokblokz mudflaps on 392. Do you mind snap a pic from the direct side? I believe they’ll function very well.
Thank you!! The XL Rokblokz line up perfectly with the 392 XR flares. I’ll try to take more pictures tomorrow 👍
 
Good to see another sarge XR out there. I got the rokblox xl flares too and really like them. They keep rocks off the body. Good looking rig, but I may be a little biased :)
 
Your build looks great! One question…..how hard were those body mount bolts to get off. So many horror stories of those breaking off in the process?
 
Thank you!! The XL Rokblokz line up perfectly with the 392 XR flares. I’ll try to take more pictures tomorrow 👍
Looking forward to seeing them....its what I am leaning towards. Please post some detail about the trimming you mentioned on the backs
 
Your build looks great! One question…..how hard were those body mount bolts to get off. So many horror stories of those breaking off in the process?
I had to use a breaker bar, I followed the guidance Ace provided of loosening a turn or so and then tightening back up a half of turn to break up the loctite. It was still tight, but mine all came out fine. A few needed the breaker bar more turns then the others but that was expected. I was patient, I didn’t use a torque drill until they were loose. I did use a torque drill when I put them back on (after hand threading first) followed by a torque wrench set at 85 lbs.
 
Here are some more pictures of the Rokblokz it looks like the XL’s were made to fit the 392 XR perfectly. Notice in the one picture the cutout for the factory rock rails. Also if you zoom in you will see 3 twist screws hold it on, they can be removed easily if needed.

As far as the back is concerned there are a few videos/pictures that explain cutting the trim. I already bought the rear, but knowing what I know now I would probably just skip the back, the front is really what protects the Jeep. I may change my mind after I install them, but that’s my thought now.
 

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Here are some more pictures of the Rokblokz it looks like the XL’s were made to fit the 392 XR perfectly. Notice in the one picture the cutout for the factory rock rails. Also if you zoom in you will see 3 twist screws hold it on, they can be removed easily if needed.

As far as the back is concerned there are a few videos/pictures that explain cutting the trim. I already bought the rear, but knowing what I know now I would probably just skip the back, the front is really what protects the Jeep. I may change my mind after I install them, but that’s my thought now.
Hey, I pickup up my 392 XR today and I seriously think I'll need the rokblokz mud flaps. Have you installed the rear ones? How do you like them so far?
 
Your build looks great! One question…..how hard were those body mount bolts to get off. So many horror stories of those breaking off in the process?
Dont listen to the cry babies, never broke one. yes the key is to loosen then tighten and then loosen. FaceTime me and I will step you through it. Ace is great stuff
 
Hey, I pickup up my 392 XR today and I seriously think I'll need the rokblokz mud flaps. Have you installed the rear ones? How do you like them so far?
I haven’t had a chance to install the back flaps yet, I will at some point. I absolutely love the front ones.
 
I haven’t had a chance to install the back flaps yet, I will at some point. I absolutely love the front ones.
Thanks for getting back. I’ll buy a set of front and back today, just to have a complete look.
 
Those sliders look great- are ACE the only ones that will go over the factory rails? Whose got the best deal to buy a set?
 
@Carnut12 have you got a chance to install the rear mud flaps? I had the front ones installed today. But haven't decided on how to cut the lower corner of the rear factory wheel well liner. I still want to keep that trim to protect the wires so cutting to fit is probably the solution. I was even thinking about returning the rear ones now. But still wanted to have a complete set just for the complete look. And I also think the rear ones are good for traffic behind.
 
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@Carnut12 have you got a chance to install the rear mud flaps? I had the front ones installed today. But haven't decided on how to cut the lower corner of the rear factory wheel well liner. I still want to keep that trim to protect the wires so cutting to fit is probably the solution. I was even thinking about returning the rear ones now. But still wanted to have a complete set just for the complete look. And I also think the rear ones are good for traffic behind.
I haven’t gotten around to installing them, but I will at some point. Someone posted a Video showing you can cut a small part of the liner and it will install with the liner in place. That’s what I intend to do otherwise I wouldn’t install them at all.
 
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