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After arguing with myself about what mud flaps I wanna get, I finally decided to go with these. Overall, I'm super happy with the looks of it. My girl lives on a dirt road, and after one pass on her street, the car is pretty much brown. After 3 passes on her street since installing the rockblokz, it's still dirty, but much better looking. I would definitely recommend these to anyone that's thinking about getting one.





 

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they are to hard of plastic... I wouldn't recommend to any one.

I had them and they broke my rear bumper. not even 100% sure how because the flaps didn't have any marks, I was thinking I might have curbed them or something but so lightly I never heard it and it made no marks on the flaps.

Anyways there are much better options out there but I don't have any option now without replacing my rear bumper because rokbloks broke the tabs off that you mount the flaps to
 

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they are to hard of plastic... I wouldn't recommend to any one.

I had them and they broke my rear bumper. not even 100% sure how because the flaps didn't have any marks, I was thinking I might have curbed them or something but so lightly I never heard it and it made no marks on the flaps.

Anyways there are much better options out there but I don't have any option now without replacing my rear bumper because rokbloks broke the tabs off that you mount the flaps to
Seeing as there's two sketchy mounting points in the rear fender wells, I can believe that. However, you'd get the same effect from anything but the ZL1's. There are no other mounting points, so I don't see how a different brand wouldn't cause that to happen...
 

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Seeing as there's two sketchy mounting points in the rear fender wells, I can believe that. However, you'd get the same effect from anything but the ZL1's. There are no other mounting points, so I don't see how a different brand wouldn't cause that to happen...
Rally Armor are so flexible you can roll them, they wouldn't ever cause the mounts to break off.

I have installed many different ones and the only ones I would ever recommend are Rally Armor, more than half the STs in our club have Rally Armor now, many have switched and many just started with them.
 

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Can't really blame the mud flaps for crappy mounting points on the factory bumper, but yeah valid point I never considered was their inflexibility tearing the cheesy mounts inside the bumper. but nothing some bumper repair epoxy couldn't fix. I didn't like the rally armors because they were glossy and $60 more expensive.
 

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i considered buying the rokblok shorties because i was gonna slam my st, but does rally armor have shorties also?? i just kept seeing 1 size the really long mud flaps. i don't want them to scrape?
 

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i considered buying the rokblok shorties because i was gonna slam my st, but does rally armor have shorties also?? i just kept seeing 1 size the really long mud flaps. i don't want them to scrape?
Rokblokz are very rigid, so they probably wouldn't work very well if you wanted to slam your car. I've read people stating they scrape, even with the shorties, with stock suspension if they hit a big enough bump or hill.
 

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Rokblokz are very rigid, so they probably wouldn't work very well if you wanted to slam your car. I've read people stating they scrape, even with the shorties, with stock suspension if they hit a big enough bump or hill.
My st is at stock height and I have the normal size rokblokz, I've already scraped them a dozen times

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