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Old 04-16-2019, 10:58 AM #16
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Thanks for the pics, exactly what I was looking for!

It seems stupid, but I'm fighting with my front mudflaps since adding Spidertrax 1.25" wheel spacers, running 17" FJ Cruiser 8-spokes with 255/75/17 Duratracs. Was able to move the front fender liners ahead and out of the way, but even with the inner mudflap panels completely removed I'm still getting rubbing in reverse with the wheel turned...so every time you back out of the driveway or a parking spot, very annoying.
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Thanks for the pics, exactly what I was looking for!

It seems stupid, but I'm fighting with my front mudflaps since adding Spidertrax 1.25" wheel spacers, running 17" FJ Cruiser 8-spokes with 255/75/17 Duratracs. Was able to move the front fender liners ahead and out of the way, but even with the inner mudflap panels completely removed I'm still getting rubbing in reverse with the wheel turned...so every time you back out of the driveway or a parking spot, very annoying.
i took mine off. reverse it was definitely rubbing
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Thanks for the pics, exactly what I was looking for!

It seems stupid, but I'm fighting with my front mudflaps since adding Spidertrax 1.25" wheel spacers, running 17" FJ Cruiser 8-spokes with 255/75/17 Duratracs. Was able to move the front fender liners ahead and out of the way, but even with the inner mudflap panels completely removed I'm still getting rubbing in reverse with the wheel turned...so every time you back out of the driveway or a parking spot, very annoying.
Have you replaced your UCA's? What is your caster at? If you have it between 3.5 and 4 you should have no rubbing.


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Have you replaced your UCA's? What is your caster at? If you have it between 3.5 and 4 you should have no rubbing.
Stock UCA's as I've only got a 1" leveling spacer on the front, I had it aligned after installing the spacer lift but I'm not sure what the castor setting was.
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Stock UCA's as I've only got a 1" leveling spacer on the front, I had it aligned after installing the spacer lift but I'm not sure what the castor setting was.
You may want to take it back and have them re-align for at least 3.5 cater , both sides. Iffy weather or not you can get that with stock UCA's.


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Can someone with the mud flaps take actual size measurements?

Don't really want longer mud flaps but I do need some a little wider.
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I just installed these as well last month. It's tough to tell in this photo, but the regulars work well with 285s. There's a big difference in terms of spray on the side. I'm not sure there's a difference compared to the OEMs in terms of hatch spray.

They do hang lower than the OEMs enough that I'll probably take them off when it's time to hit the trails in the summer.

Also - zero rub with the 285s, which is what drew me to them in the first place (OEM fronts were removed with the lift/new wheels).
Any spacers with your 285s? Or what offset are you running? Trying to decide between the reg or XL myself. Im running stock Off Road wheels, 285s with 1.25" spidertrax.
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What material are these made of? Is it a hard plastic like OEM, flexible rubber like old school mud flaps, or somewhere in between?
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What material are these made of? Is it a hard plastic like OEM, flexible rubber like old school mud flaps, or somewhere in between?
They are not flexible rubber. Itís about the same stiffness as the stock.... maybe a little stronger material. I installed them and really like them. Much better coverage vs the factory flaps and more clearance for the front. Haughty recommended.
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Yeah I got 285s on there and the rims are -10 offset so XL it is.
How are those XL Rokblokz working out with your 285s? Any pics by chance?
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Trying to decide between the reg or XL myself. Im running stock Off Road wheels, 285s with 1.25" spidertrax.
Did you end up finding a good mud flap option? Just threw on some spidertrax as well, had to remove my flaps but Iím looking for a replacement.
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This appears to be about the best source of info for Rockblokz mudflaps on the 5th genís but curious if anyone subscribed has any more info about fitment or long term use ?

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Problems with them ?

Seems the thread went pretty quiet.

Iím looking to go bigger rubber and want to keep the front mudflap protection and possibly improve on it.
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This appears to be about the best source of info for Rockblokz mudflaps on the 5th genís but curious if anyone subscribed has any more info about fitment or long term use ?

Anyone run into
Problems with them ?

Seems the thread went pretty quiet.

Iím looking to go bigger rubber and want to keep the front mudflap protection and possibly improve on it.
if you want a flexible option (rokblokz are stiff plastic), rally amor might be better - 2012-20 Toyota 4Runner, Rally Armor
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