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FAQ: Rokblokz Bronco Mud Flaps

FAQ: Rokblokz Bronco Mud Flaps

Will the Rokblokz Mud Flap kit for the Bronco be quick release?

- Yes! We knew this would be a vehicle that is used on all kinds of trails, so we wanted to make sure our flaps were easy to remove for the gnarly obstacles. Quickly remove flaps with just 2 thumb screws on each flap.

Will the Rokblokz mud flaps work with factory rock rails? What about OEM and aftermarket Step options?

- Our kit was designed to mount perfectly with the OEM rock rail and side step. We have not confirmed it with any other rail or step options, but with the research we have done, it seems that most other options do not extend as far forward as the OEM Rock Rail. This means that our kit may work perfectly with most options out there.

Rokblokz Bronco flaps w/oem rail

How far past the fenders will the flaps extend?

- On narrow fenders our XL flaps extend about 2.5" past the edge of the fender. The Original size flaps would only poke out about 1" past those fenders.

What will the difference between sizes look like?

- The photos below show the difference between the XL and the XL LONG. The Long flaps are almost 2" longer.  The XL is about 1.5" Wider than the ORIGINAL size flaps. The length on the original kit is about the same as seen in the photos below.


Will this kit work with the Steel factory bumper?

- Yes! We designed out kit on a Badlands Sasquatch with the steel bumper. Since then we have mounted the kit without change on Broncos with aftermarket bumpers and OEM Plastic bumpers as well.  Since the rear flaps mount to a bracket that is mounted to the frame, they should work with most options out there.  

Is there anything I can do if I experience tire Rubbing?

- Yes, there are a couple of solutions.

First, we include a low profile mounting solution in the hardware kit that uses button head screws instead of the quick release thumb screws. We also offer an upgraded version of this with our custom "Rokblokz" dress washers.

And Second, we have found that if you remove the plastic box thing behind the wheel well liner, you can push the bracket back to add some additional clearance. 

You will remove the 5 or so plastic rivet inserts on the fender liner. Then there are 3 bolts in the plastic box. Remove those and then the box will come right out. Replace the liner. Mount the flap to the bracket and slide back as far as possible (this will depend on when your flap starts hitting the body or rock rail or such) and tighten the brackets back down. 
When rock crawling and experiencing some flex in the suspension, you will still need to remove the front flaps, but that is the reason they are quick detach.


- Yes, just loosen the front brackets enough that you can make adjustments to the positioning. If you have removed your flaps reinstall them on the bracket. Once flaps are installed, push the bracket back toward the fender liner until it won't go any further, the flap touches the step or rock rail, or it matches the other side of the vehicle and fully tighten the bolts to the bracket while holding everything in place.

Will the mud flaps be available in different colors?

- Our Bronco flaps will be available in Black as well as all of our custom colors. Custom colors include: RED, DEEP BLUE, BRIGHT BLUE, LIME GREEN, ORANGE, DEEP PURPLE, GREY, OLIVE DRAB, PINK and YELLOW.

How do they mount?

- The Rokblokz Mud Flap kit for the 2021+ Bronco comes with proprietaty brackets for both the front and rear flaps which allow us to utilize OEM mounting points and keep install simple, no drill and quick release!

How do I Purchase a Kit?

- Go to the following link:

- All kits now come with parts for both crash bar and crash bar removed installation options so no need to specify when ordering. 

How do I know if my crash bar is removed?

- If your Bronco has the sasquatch package then your crash bar was removed at the factory. The Wildtrak and Everglades Models come standard with the sasquatch package so they will not have the crash bar.  

On any other Bronco trim it is very common to remove the crash bar when adding larger than stock tires. Please see the photo below to  compare to your vehicle.

Bronco G6 Crash Bar vs No Crash Bar

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Greg - June 30, 2023

video is private!?!?

Joe Held - June 30, 2023

Have a 2022 Ford Bronco in the Outer Banks trim and it does have the crash bars with the steps.It looks just like the Eruption Green model you have for advertisement.Will it be necessary to remove these for installation of mud guards? Thanks,Joe

Alain - June 30, 2023

Will the xl work on the Bronco raptor as well?

Lee McLeod - August 23, 2022

Will these work with Sasquatch fenders?

Scott Custer - June 30, 2023

Can I get these now? I picked up my Wildtrak today!

Veronica F-N - June 30, 2023

Super Excited to have my Bronco finally Built and waiting for Transport to TX after ~2 years of waiting! I Learned alot about the Bronco and how much I am wanting to have your MudFlaps above all other brands.. I did sign up for the email notification for when they are back in stock but was wondering the estimated time that you are thinking that it will be back in stock. I might have to get something in the meantime and hope you can help me to avoid this or just advise.. THANK YOU VERONICA

Jeff - June 30, 2023

Will the mud flaps with with factory side steps on Outer Banks trim?

Rob - June 30, 2023

Hi there my bronco Outerbanks sasquatch 4 door will be arriving in late June 22.
Do I need the xl or xl long , mud flaps? My thinking is they are for liftkitted units.

Terry heath - June 30, 2023

Bronco how can I place a order ? 2525862552

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