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Husky Liners Mud Guards; Front (18-23 Jeep Wrangler JL, Excluding Rubicon)

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      Video Review & Installation

      These custom molded front mudguards are for those of you that have a non-Rubicon 2018 and up JL that are looking for a mudguard that's going to help and keep a little bit of the mess from your front tire off of the rest of the side of your Jeep. It's going to be a pretty easy one out of three wrench installation, the fronts do require you drill one hole in either side, but it's just in the plastic inner fender liner, not a huge deal for most of you. And that's why we're sticking with a one out of three instead of stepping up to a two but we will show you how to get these installed in just a second. So, in general, a mudguard, a mudflap whatever you wanna call it is there to keep the tire from throwing stuff up on the side of the Jeep. So, as you can see down toward the bottom here, the fender is a little bit narrower. There is a little bit of a gap down here where stuff can still get thrown from that tire up on the side of the vehicle that can cause scratching, can just look dirty, and some people actually just like the look of a mudguard.So, whether you're looking to get this as an ascetic modification or as a functional one, these are gonna do a really nice job. The reason that I like these is that as it says in the name, these are custom-molded. So, these are designed specifically for your JL. Again, the non-Rubicon fenders these are molded directly to them, they are going to use most of the factory mounting locations again, you do have to drill one hole per side. So, it's not as though you're just buying something that's universal fit and sticking it on the Jeep, these actually flow really well, they look really nice, in my opinion as far as a mudguard goes. And because it is going to be a little bit wider down towards the bottom here and extend a lot lower than your fender flare does it is also going to be functional. So, overall, I think you are gonna get a pretty solid product here. These are gonna come in and right around that $55 mark. If you're looking to get both for the front and the rear because they do make these for the backside as well you're gonna be in it for about the same. So, around $100 for all four but again, we're just talking about the front here for $55 and I do think that is a pretty fair deal.So, we said before this is a pretty straightforward installation, let me show you how to do it. For this installation, we needed a drill with a one 1/16-inch drill bit, a small Phillips head screwdriver or a punch would work fine as well, and also a number two Phillips head screwdriver and a trim removal tool. So, we're gonna get started with the installation of our mudflaps, we are gonna stick with a one out of three wrenches for this install even though you do have to drill one very small hole. If you ever decide to remove the mudflaps and go back to a stock look that hole would just be on the inside of this fender liner here, not really bothering anything, you're not really gonna see it. So, pretty easy to go backward. You're only drilling through plastic. So, again sticking with one out of three wrenches. So, the first step in the installation is removing a couple of plastic clips. So, you have two plastic rivets right here and then two plastic push pins on the inside of the fender liner.We're gonna remove those and we can set those aside. We're not going to be re-using those for the installation of the mudflaps. So, with these clips on the outside here, they actually have a little bit of almost a button on the inside of them that you're going to push in. We're gonna use a small Phillips head screwdriver, that's just what I grabbed first, you can use a punch or a nail set, really anything that is smaller than the diameter of that hole. They are a little bit tough at first, you have to give them a little bit of a push, but once you push them in then we can use a regular forked trim removal tool to remove the rest of the clip. With those plastic pushpins removed, we can pull the inner fender liner out of the way, which gives us access to the area where those pushpins were. And we can clip these metal U-clips that come in the kit in place. So, I use my trim removal tool just to bend this open a little bit, make it a little bit easier for me to get it over the plastic where it's designed to go.We might have to pry it open just a little bit more just to get it to fit properly. And we have one more plastic U-clip that's gonna go right here where that other plastic pin went, same thing I'll just use my trim tool to bend it open a little bit. Now, I'll take the other two metal U-clips, and we'll put them over the fender. [They're going to snap in place like this over top of the hole where those plastic clips came out of. I'm using a trim removal tool here to open it up a little bit, makes it a little easier for us to get over. Next step in the installation is to loosely install the mudflap using the included hardware into the clips that we just installed. We're gonna leave it loose because all we're doing in this step is using the mudguard as a template so that we know where to drill our single hole. So, as you can see there are five holes in the mudflap, we installed four U-clips. So, that fifth mudflap hole is what we're gonna use as our template in order to know where to drill. At this point, we can get our drill with a 1/16 drill bit in here, line it up in the hole in the mud flap, so we know exactly where to drill our hole and go ahead and drill.With our hole drilled we can insert our last screw through the mudflap through the hole we drilled in the inner fender liner. And then in this last hole, we're also going to use one of these U-clips, but this one's not going to have anything to clip onto, it really just gets used more as a nut than anything else to hold on the backside of this last screw. Once that's tight we can go back and tighten up all the other screws. Then we can move to the other side and the process is the same for the installation over here. So, if you're looking for high quality and custom fit set of mudflaps specifically for your JL, I would recommend taking a look at this option and you can find them right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Built With a Sleek Off-Road Design
      • Engineered to Protect Against Road Debris
      • Constructed Using Durable All-Weather Thermoplastic Materials
      • Features a Smooth Black Finish
      • Provides Full-Tread Coverage
      • Hassle-Free Installation
      • Includes Front Pair Only – Driver and Passenger Side
      • Covered by a Lifetime Warranty
      • Fits All 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler JLs, Excluding Rubicon Models


      Superior Protection from Road Debris. Are you looking for better ways to protect your 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler JL’s paint job from stone chips and debris? If so, then these Custom Molded Front Mud Guards are perfect for you. These mud guards are designed to provide full-tread coverage and will effectively keep nasty road debris from scratching your finish. These Husky Custom Molded Front Mud Guards also come with a sleek design, giving your Wrangler a more aggressive, off-road look.

      Built to Take Punishment. These husky Custom Molded Front Mud Guards are built using durable, all-weather thermoplastic materials. This solid construction allows these mud guards to stand up to anything the road can throw at it. In addition, a smooth black finish gives these mud guards and your Wrangler a fresh factory look, only better.

      Hassle-Free InstallationThese Custom Molded Front Mud Guards were designed for a quick and hassle-free installation. Some minor drilling is needed to ensure a correct fit.

      Covered by a Lifetime Warranty. These Custom Molded Front Mud Guards come with a lifetime warranty. This warranty ensures that these mud guards are free from any defects in materials and workmanship.

      Application. These Custom Molded Front Mud Guards will fit all 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler JLs, excluding Rubicon models.



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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (2) Front Mud Guards
      • (1) Instruction Manual
      • Mounting Hardware

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