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Old 12-26-2011, 04:36 AM
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Re: Mud Flaps

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All the Oz spec models come with them. I think they are a requirement for 4x4 cars here as everyone seems to have mudflaps as standard. They seem to work as I have no stone chips down the side.
We have mudflaps to prevent spray and chips on sides also stop stone damage to trailers and boats. I think they enhance the look of our GC Limited
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Re: Mud Flaps

After reading the thread on here about the rock damage when driving in snow I added the flaps the next week.
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Re: Mud Flaps

I put on the front & rears, easily enough removed if you need to go somewhere off road.
Pic below of the rears:

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Re: Mud Flaps

How do you install the top clip for the rear mudflap on the 2014 jeep
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Re: Mud Flaps

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How do you install the top clip for the rear mudflap on the 2014 jeep
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When you line up the mudflap, you should see where the hole should be. Feel for the hole by rubbing on the felt liner. Then just use a sharp knife to cut a little "X" where the hole will be.

Then you reach behind the felt liner and place the clip where that hole is suppose to be.
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