Thread: Noticeable gaps

  1. Noticeable gaps

    I recently got rid of my oem plastic bumpers for a set of rockslide engineering rigid bumpers.They look sweet but I noticed I have alot more exposed underneath the backside of bumper and area where my foglights connect etc.Is there a place where I can purchase a cover(plastic) or aluminum to protect the from water & debris

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    Re: Noticeable gaps

    So you want plastic after getting rid of plastic???
    Id think anything to fit would come from the manufacturer.
    Other than this i look at cutting 18 wheeler mud flaps to extend your inner fender to the bumper.
    Not sure how to attach but that stuff is made to handle the road dirt.


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    Re: Noticeable gaps

    Thanks I'll keep that in mind.just putting it out there maybe someone had a solution for the same issue. It's just alot more visible since I upgraded my bumper. I thought of adding the aluminum inner fender liners but that wouldn't solve the problem.

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    Re: Noticeable gaps

    You've got a JK right? It sounds like you want some inner fenders

    2007-2018 Jeep JK Mud Flaps & Guards | Wrangler | ExtremeTerrain)

    They look to be about $200+

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    Re: Noticeable gaps

    Oh i thought he meant behind the bumper.


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    Re: Noticeable gaps

    Hi I meant both .The gap behind the bumper from a side view really bothers me. I'm gonna try to fab something up using the mud flaps. Looking a different ideas right now. Thanks for ur input
    Quote Originally Posted by JPNinPA View Post
    Oh i thought he meant behind the bumper.


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