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Where's the flappy mud flaps? 🤷

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Is it just me, or shouldn't an offroad vehicle have super-flappy, flexible mudlfaps?
All I see available are semi-rigid plastic flaps that would no doubt snap and break while passing over large rocks, etc.

I envision something closer to a transport truck flap (smaller of course)

Is there nothing?
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I just can't see the value in these 🤷
There is good value with Rokblokz. Work great until I get to the trailhead. Use the quick disconnect thumb screws to remove for rock crawling. Then reattach once back at trailhead. Best of both worlds.
 
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There is good value with Rokblokz. Work great until I get to the trailhead. Use the quick disconnect thumb screws to remove for rock crawling. Then reattach once back at trailhead. Best of both worlds.
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Check out rally armor. They have for all bumpers, plastic or steel, with or without rails, steps etc. top half is semi redivided, bottom is rubber. https://www.rallyarmor.com/index.ph...bronco-plastic-rear-bumper-not-sport-c-60_359
I've had Rally Armor and RokBlokz on various vehicles and in general the Rally Armor are much more floppy/flexible.

I haven't used Rally Armor for the Bronco, but I assume it's the same material as they use for other cars. That said, even though they weren't soft and "flappy" I loved the RokBlokz for the Bronco. They did a phenomenal job at protecting, while also being easy and convenient to remove. They fit great. Highly recommended, the price is worth it.
 
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I wanted flappy too but ultimately went with Rokblokz since there were few options early on. It'd be great if someone can come out with an early Land Rover type flapper. That's what I first envisioned on the Bronco.
 
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