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Here are the regular Rokblokz installed.
I live on a dirt road so they are a must for me. I wasn't looking forward to installing mudflaps on my truck but they look better than expected. Fast shipping and super easy install.
Well the Rokblokz are not working any longer. First few trips ok now paint and fender flares are ruined. Had PPF applied to the area fuel door and below to both sides on Wednesday. Now that PPF is ruined. Problem if you go off road is that they are getting bent back every once in awhile now the have a permanent slight bend backwards, so it is ugly now rocks go under. Will have to find a tougher solution before the next trip!I have the regular Roblokz as well and love the look, but wished they were a little longer. Can still hear a lot of rocks being kicked up and hit (what I hope are) the side steps. The side steps stop a lot of mud from getting on the doors though, I can often see clumbs of mud and grass hanging from the side steps lol.
But definitely way better than not having any at all and overall happy with them!!
Mine lasted about 4 months does not seem there is a lot of product out there yet.Just got my confirmation email from RokBlokz. Got black regular size with black logo. Know they will get torn up pretty quick but these fenders are going to be rock attractors have no choice. Hope they get here by the weekend---need to go to the ranch next week!
Make sure you got the screw actually into the retention clip. It's very easy to miss them. Might want to pull that flap off and visually check that the clip is actually still centered in the hole on the truck sideI just installed my Rokblokz this weekend. Anybody else have any stripped screw holes when removing the fender screws? I had a couple that wouldn't snug up, so I'm hoping some blue Loctite will keep them in place. And then I have 1 screw that just spun and spun and would not back out at all. I used some pliers to pull and twist, and it eventually came out, but now the hole is just a void and the screw won't catch anything whatsoever. I think the threaded metal clip on the backside either fell off or got twisted out of position. Any suggestions on how to fix that?
did you have any issues with stripped screw holes? I think Jeff over-torqued a few of mine at the factory!
I don't see any clip when I look in that hole now. That's why I think it either fell off(or ripped out), or got completely twisted out of position when I torqued the screw to get it out. It's the 5th screw from the bottom(top screw on the front flap) and I don't see any way to get behind it aside from removing the entire fender flare. I will call my guy at the dealership and see if something like this is covered by them since it definitely came stripped from the factory. I'm trying to limit the number of times those screws go on/off after seeing how delicate the mounting holes/clips are.Make sure you got the screw actually into the retention clip. It's very easy to miss them. Might want to pull that flap off and visually check that the clip is actually still centered in the hole on the truck side
What are you drinking? Happy Hour must've started early!My replacements which I paid for (half set front only XL's rear leaving the regular size) because my front ones have taken a set towards the back and are letting the rear fender flares and lower pat of the panels in front other them get blasted! Hope this will fix it. Going to be testing them out in a couple of weeks.