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Mud Flap question.

First off, we will only be doing some "lighter" off-roading in our GC Overland, mainly State and National Park unpaved type roads. Given the above, would the Jeep mudflaps work well for this type of "off roading" and so I wouldn't have to worry about them getting torn off or whatever.

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Re: Mud Flap question.

The rear ones will be fine, the fronts need some modification ( they look better as well), what you do is cut 2 to 2 - 1/2" off the bottom of them using a Jigsaw with a fine blade, very easy, remember to draw a line with a permanent marker, you can also use the same bottom contour to facilitate the genuine look.
Take them off if they are fitted, its much easier.
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Re: Mud Flap question.

Thank you so much mate. That is EXACTLY the info I needed

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