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Rally Armor Mud Flaps
Rally Armor UR ("you are") mud flaps for 2014+ Subaru Forester offer strong, impact resistant urethane construction while blending exceptional flexibility and long term durability.
Rally Armor URs yield naturally to road conditions and maintain their shape/forms despite extreme cold or hot temperatures. These direct fit mud flaps provide excellent coverage against paint damaging road debris all while bypassing unnecessary, painstaking customization and drilling; simply utilize the supplied hardware and brackets to mount the flaps.
Get long wearing protection against grit, gravel, mud, snow and most of the road's and weather's worst conditions.
Each Rally Armor UR mud flap set for 2014-15 Subaru Forester includes 4 UR mud flaps for all 4 corners of the vehicle, mounting instructions, and hardware.
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Rally Armor Mud Flaps / 8-UR-PARENT Fits
2 customer reviews
Great, have installation notes
These are awesome. They look great and are so much nicer than the stiffer mudflaps by other brands, and are flexible enough that i never have to worry about them hitting something and tearing my fender lining out. They are a little harder to install than you'd expect, but still not bad at all. I have some tips for installation. Unlike the other poster here, I did not remove any wheels. I backed my rear wheels onto ramps, and was easily able to get to everything that needed to be removed in the rear. 2 of the screws went in easily with a screwdriver, but the third is farther in and super close to the wheel. So I put my phillips screwdriver bit into my smallest ratchet tool, and that worked perfectly. For the front, I again was easily able to get the outer screws in, but the third screw and the plastic pop rivets were a little tougher. I agree with the poster above that those pop rivets were a pain and a half. However, with some elbow grease, and by holding still the innermost panel they go through with a long flathead screwdriver (so that it wouldnt just bend out of the way), I got them in. The innermost screw I did the hard way; I didn't think to turn the wheels. That could have given me a lot more space. Instead, what I did was tape my phillips screwdriver bit into a super small wrench that just barely fit, and screwed it in that way. But I think turning the wheels should make it simple.
As a previous Rally Armor owner I knew to just take off the rear wheels. Just take them off people it makes the install so much easier. When the install says to bend the metal bracket for the rear don't hold back, I ended up taking it off and bending it more. Where the product loses one star is with the front mud flaps. Two of the four connectors are plastic pop rivets. This is fine as many of our body parts are held on this way. The problem lies with the inner pop rivet. The supplied rivet is too deep and cannot be pushed in, even whacking it with a rubber mallet (I tried). The good news is there are four small pop rivets you just removed to do the install in the front and these seem to work just fine.