anyone using Rally Armor mud flaps?

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    anyone using Rally Armor mud flaps?

    Thinking of getting some really big mudflaps to keep debris from damaging anything over the winter. I see the Subaru guys use these:

    Urethane Mud Flaps

    They seem solid but wondering how they would look on a Juke?
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    i just ordered a set of the universal basic plus flaps. i'll let you know what i think after i get them

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    just installed the flaps today, i'll post pics when the sun comes up =)

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    I bought a set of the universal plus. Installed them on the weekend - no pics yet though. I think they look like they are going to work really well - cover up a lot of area and are only about and inch off the ground.
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    How are you going to drive if they are only an inch off the ground?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Done Deal DR View Post
    How are you going to drive if they are only an inch off the ground?
    They will either get torn off, or eventually wear down, everytime they hit the pavement. Plus I can only imagine how hideous they must look!
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    i didnt get the UR flaps but here they are.. i think they make my juke look a little more aggressive
    anyone using Rally Armor mud flaps?-imag0170.jpganyone using Rally Armor mud flaps?-imag0171.jpg

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    Hi - sorry for the late reply i haven't been on the board since.

    I have only touched them (fronts) a couple times on a large dip in the road by my house - going quicker than i should be; otherwise they dont scrape the ground.

    I dont think they look any worse than any other large mudflap. Besides, I did not do this for looks (obviously) nor am i a wanna be rally race car Subaru - it's for protection. I already have pitting on my rear plastic molding around the rear wheel well facing the front. I take long back roads to work everyday and they load up the sand and salt so i had to do something and it's only for the winter months. They work really well as i can see the crap off the road collecting on the inside of the mudflap.
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    I've been thinking about buying the red flaps from Rally Armor, i have a sapphire black juke. Any opinions??

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    hey i just bought these i was wondering how you installed them.

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