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Hello to all Kawasaki weapon owners out there! :LOL:

I have the factory wide fender kit and curious if anyone has any experience with the addition of the mud flaps adding on? I did my tire rotation for this season and realized that my rear rims took a beating for the rocky trails I typically drive on.. a lot of rocks on the trails out here.

I heard of the rock knockers and Rokblokz flaps made for rear... Just looking at the kawasaki ones because easier to get here in the North

Thanks!
 

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I bought mine with the mud package so it came with the wide molded flares and the mud flaps you’re asking about. The passenger side flap angled away from the tire. The driver side flap angled towards the tire. They were clearly packaged together in a way that created memory! I could never get the driver flap to quit going in to the tire.

Put 35’s on and that driver flap is now cut almost completely off. It kept wrapping up into the tire. I cut it off four separate times a little at a time hoping it would get better. NOPE. Not until almost completely cut off. Now only the outside edge remains but it still helps.

Hey it’s just pieces of rubber they drill holes in and charge $50 for. You’d be better off making your own from Long John Fender Flares from Amazon.

Rant over... YES THEY HELP. After three rides on the 35’s with driver side shortened up and passenger side at normal the passenger side has way less mud.
 
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