Mud guards for Rubicon??

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I'm tired of all the winter road crap all over the side of the gladiator. Has anyone found mud guards that work well on the Rubicon fender flares?
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I'm the same way. It's annoying getting mud and snow caked onto my door handles.
 

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I'm tired of all the winter road crap all over the side of the gladiator. Has anyone found mud guards that work well on the Rubicon fender flares?
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I just installed Weathertech's recently, no holes to drill, comes with hardware.
Real simple install, seems like good quality product.
 

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RokBlokz, works for me, not cheap, but perhaps the best thing out there for keeping rocks and stuff off Jeep, search it there are a couple threads with lots of comments. Most people love them some have problems, also easily removable without tools. rokblokz.com

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I'm looking also. May order the front Rokblokz. I filled up my door handles with mud yesterday. Full, as in every bit of space between the handle and the door! Trying to get out of the Jeep without smearing mud on the back of my pant legs wasn't fun either!
 

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Whoa, just what the doctor ordered. Nice! I didn't know they existed. Thanks Jaxmax.
 

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Okay, next question. What color on a Gobi? Red?
 

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I like black, with orange logos on my Mojave, fronts are original long and rears are standard original. Search for them, there are pictures of red and blue one...Jack
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I think I like the looks of the weathertech's. Anyone using these on a Rubicon.
The Mopar ones aren't bad but not for a Rubi.
 
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Just bought the front weather techs for $44 bucks on Amazon.
Thanks for the help!
 

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I think I like the looks of the weathertech's. Anyone using these on a Rubicon.
The Mopar ones aren't bad but not for a Rubi.
I have them on my Rubicon. They help quite a bit and I like the look better than the other options. Fairly simple install.
 

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I like the looks of the Wheathertech better, but I have aftermarket wheels and 12.5" wide tires. I don't think I would get the coverage I need. So, I just ordered the Rokblokz XL fronts. Hopefully, they won't look too bad.
 

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I have the Weathertechs on my stock Rubicon. They look and work great.
 

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I ordered my Rokblokz yesterday. I hope my days of muddy, grimy, iced over door handles are behind me.
 

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I installed the Rokblokz approximately three weeks ago now. Have been meaning to leave a review. On a gladiator rubicon btw. They are expensive. However the quality is top notch. They are solid and sturdy but also have good flex when under pressure (can bend back to the rock rails with no sign of weakness or compromise). I would buy them again.

HOWEVER, they are not “easy” to install. If you get the rears putting them together for the install is a huge pain in the buttocks. For the price you pay they should come pre assembled. I would give them a 5/5 stars if they were pre assembled. But due to the ridiculous hassle of having to put them together at this price point I’d say 4/5 stars.

Also the instructions they give you are hard to read and the pictures are not good quality. Watch the install video on YouTube, throw the written instructions in trash. The install video on YouTube is the way to go.

Despite this due to the absolutely great quality I would buy again.
 

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