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    Bigger mud flaps?

    I am hating how dirty my Juke is from the snow here in northern Indiana. I have the "splash gaurds" that it came with, but I think they are too small and don't really keep that much road yuck off of my car.

    Has anyone else put on bigger mud flaps?
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    I was thinking the same thing. I mentioned in another thread of seeing some Subarus with huge mud flaps - similar to the ones you'd see them use in rally races. May not look the greatest, but for the winters up here would really help for protection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beansmom View Post
    I am hating how dirty my Juke is from the snow here in northern Indiana. I have the "splash gaurds" that it came with, but I think they are too small and don't really keep that much road yuck off of my car.

    Has anyone else put on bigger mud flaps?
    Hi. I was searching for mud flaps and saw this thread. I also plan on putting bigger mud flaps but still hesitant on it.. Did you pursue with the bigger mud flaps? how was it?
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    Anyone have a pic of bigger mud flaps? As Im wanting to put on some wheel extenders on mine after I lower it.

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    Question....if your driving on a messy road your car still is going to get dirty, right.

    My opinion, why put a mud guard on thats going to make your tire's look even smaller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfish View Post
    Anyone have a pic of bigger mud flaps? As Im wanting to put on some wheel extenders on mine after I lower it.
    Bought these mud flaps from Ralleye Armor. They are the "basic" set they sell and were $15.99 + shipping. No hardware included but for $7 at Home Depot they went on easy..

    I chose to offset them about 1" out to deflect most stuff that will get kicked up but obviously you may choose otherwise..
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    They are big, aren't they! Gunna work great in the winter..

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Juke View Post
    Bought these mud flaps from Ralleye Armor. They are the "basic" set they sell and were $15.99 + shipping. No hardware included but for $7 at Home Depot they went on easy..

    I chose to offset them about 1" out to deflect most stuff that will get kicked up but obviously you may choose otherwise..
    I was just looking at getting these for the winter - but the plus size which have more height since the Juke is a bit taller than other vehicles.

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    Holding up great so far. Waiting for that first snow to see how they work..

    Given how big these are I'm not sure you'd need the "plus" size. But for only $25 your not loosing much if they prove too big..

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