Jeep Wrangler Splash Guards
If you are fortunate enough to own a JK Jeep Wrangler, it is likely that you are an active off-roader, who enjoys romping through the terrain whenever possible. Your 4x4 is built to conquer the trail, and can handle driving surfaces that many other off-roading vehicles cannot. Additionally, your JK or JL build will leave the factory with plenty of room for suspension upgrades, allowing you to utilize coil spring spacers, a leveling kit, or a full-blown lift kit to raise the height of your 4x4.
An increased lift will give your Jeep a more aggressive look and help the vehicle further brush aside contact on the trail like it was nothing. However, just because your Wrangler can absorb run-ins with rocks and other debris, that does not mean that you want the residue flying everywhere and potentially ruining your Jeep’s exterior! Thankfully, your 4x4 is armed with reliable Wrangler splash guards that excel in preserving your vehicle’s body. Also known as Wrangler mud flaps, Jeep Wrangler splash guards are present to prevent small rocks, mud, dirt, sand, or water from kicking up from the tires and negatively affecting your exterior.
Located behind each wheel, your Wrangler splash guards not only protect your 4x4 from scratches and unsightly damage, but also prevent any harmful debris from reaching the vehicle behind you. As dependable as your existing Wrangler mud flaps may be, they are still made out of rubber, which can bend and/or break over time. After many years of brushing aside water and hazardous material on the trail, all of that mud and unwanted fluid will slowly, but surely begin to deteriorate the rubber foundation of your Jeep Wrangler splash guards.
Similarly, because you will be constantly rubbing elbows with uneven driving surfaces and potentially dangerous environments, your Wrangler mud flaps could even fall off if you are not careful. Driving around with impaired or missing splash guards will present a number of different safety risks for you and the other drivers. The best way to avoid any long-term problems is to swap out any damaged components with new Wrangler mud flaps as soon as possible.
Though your Wrangler will leave the factory as a perfectly-capable off-roading machine, the manufactures often do not equip their creations with the strongest mud flaps possible. Additionally, factory splash guards are not always the most attractive things to look at, and a new set of aftermarket Wrangler mud flaps can turn an otherwise forgotten-about area of the vehicle into a net positive. Luckily for you, CJ’s offers a nice selection of replacement splash guards for Jeep Wranglers, which will not only adequately protect your 4x4, but will take its appearance to the next level! Be sure to note your vehicle’s correct year before you purchase any Wrangler splash guards from CJ’s.
In order to provide the utmost protection possible, CJ’s carries premium splash guards for both the front and rear of the vehicle. Composed of both plastic and rubber materials, the replacement Wrangler mud flaps are built to be as rugged as your Jeep is, and can endure far more contact than many factory alternatives are able to. These aftermarket Wrangler splash guards can be easily installed in the correct location, without any heavy-duty tools required.
In addition to protecting both your under carriage and exterior appearance, a new set of Jeep Wrangler mud flaps can perfectly-accent your rig’s styling. The new splash guards can be painted to match your JK’s appearance, and will help you add some custom styling to your 4x4. CJ’s sells Wrangler splash guards in pairs for both the driver and passenger sides of the vehicle.
Once you have preserved your 4x4’s appearance, you are free to stock up on as many aftermarket, exterior accessories that your heart desires. While you’re on the site, be sure to check out CJ’s assortment of Wrangler window deflectors, spare tire covers, and more!