Rokblokz front+rear mud flaps XL installed on 392 XR

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My initial goal of getting the Rokblokz front+rear mud flaps was to protect the door panels/paint/hinges/handles from being damaged by small rocks and mud sprays. I know many people only get the front ones but I wanted to have a complete look so I got the rear ones too. Installed the front ones with no problem but the rear flaps required some extra work. Read several posts and folks suggested cutting the lower corner of the rear factory wheel well liner rather than completely removing that trim. I did the same in hope of protecting the wires behind that plastic trim.

Key points:
- cut off the lower corner of the trim that blocks those two bolts for mounting brackets
- reinstall the trim before mounting the brackets
- instead of using the double "frown", I had to use the double "smile" to gain a bit more headroom for hammering in the flaps

I was concerned about the final look, but still wanted the protection. The end result looks great! The size XL matches the XR's fender flares perfectly. And the rig looks more tactical to me.

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They look good. I’ve noticed the RB flaps help prevent any small rocks and debris from getting stuck in the rear fender gap.

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I’ve got 2 full green Rokblokz sets available in case anyone is interested; one original size and one XL, that I ordered for a Sarge 392 that never arrived/was sold from under me.
 
They look good. I’ve noticed the RB flaps help prevent any small rocks and debris from getting stuck in the rear fender gap.

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I’ve got 2 full green Rokblokz sets available in case anyone is interested; one original size and one XL, that I ordered for a Sarge 392 that never arrived/was sold from under me.
I might be interested in the XL for the right price
 
@Fast-n-Furious
Weird question but I'm about to order myself a set and wanted to know if you had to option the Rubicon Rail front cutout on the front pair of Rokblokz? I'm out of town for the next couple of weeks and am not able to actually take a look at my own 392 to confirm whether or not I need it.
 
@Fast-n-Furious
Weird question but I'm about to order myself a set and wanted to know if you had to option the Rubicon Rail front cutout on the front pair of Rokblokz? I'm out of town for the next couple of weeks and am not able to actually take a look at my own 392 to confirm whether or not I need it.
The first set I ordered has the Rubi rails cutoff, that small piece is still connected to the whole mudflap, you'll need to use a utility knife to cut it to get the clearance hole so the end of the Rubi trails go through it. The final product looks like
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Later on, I removed the Rubi rails and installed rock sliders, which no longer needed those cutoff. So I ordered a new set WITHOUT the cutoff. And I cut the old set (with the hole) into a front bumper back plate.
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It depends on your plan, you can use the non-cutoff version with the Rubi tails as well, just have to bend a bit and the Rubi rails will push the front mudflaps towards to the tires. You can see how they look like here: https://www.jeep392.com/threads/for-sale-rokblokz-xl-mud-flaps.1687/
 
The first set I ordered has the Rubi rails cutoff, that small piece is still connected to the whole mudflap, you'll need to use a utility knife to cut it to get the clearance hole so the end of the Rubi trails go through it. The final product looks like
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Later on, I removed the Rubi rails and installed rock sliders, which no longer needed those cutoff. So I ordered a new set WITHOUT the cutoff. And I cut the old set (with the hole) into a front bumper back plate.
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It depends on your plan, you can use the non-cutoff version with the Rubi tails as well, just have to bend a bit and the Rubi rails will push the front mudflaps towards to the tires. You can see how they look like here: https://www.jeep392.com/threads/for-sale-rokblokz-xl-mud-flaps.1687/
This is perfect and thanks for the quick response.
 
Non-cutoff RokBlokz work no prob with Rubicon rails and even with Mopar Performance rails. Flaps installed that way are more vertical and imo look better, plus they match rear flaps angle.

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I don’t like logos from aftermarket products in general. A while ago tried to erase the mud flap logos with acetone but can still see a bit. Cut em short today and rounded the corners. Look much better.

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