What did you do to your Gen 3 today?

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tcm glx

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They absolutely work… if you off road a lot, they will keep a lot of the small rock pitting off the back end of the truck. Just slap a set on and after a few off road trips, I’d be willing to bet they have pitting..

i ran a set of those on my pre runner bronco (custom setup but same concept). I had to replace the flap every other year because it was so tore up, but it t my rear shocks shafts and my 9” significantly cleaner.
 

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They absolutely work… if you off road a lot, they will keep a lot of the small rock pitting off the back end of the truck. Just slap a set on and after a few off road trips, I’d be willing to bet they have pitting..

i ran a set of those on my pre runner bronco (custom setup but same concept). I had to replace the flap every other year because it was so tore up, but it t my rear shocks shafts and my 9” significantly cleaner.
I dunno:
1) I think they would be snapped off every time you went offroad
2) Rock chips, etc. down there—it's a focking truck.
 

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You can’t really see them unless you are under the truck. I don’t notice walking up to the truck…maybe if you are short you can.

Also funny how they seem to trigger so many people.
 
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jeanco

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Functional or not, those look ridiculous
put them in my 2019,after one month they were torn and look weird!
don' like either look of back one,just keep the front one who are awesome,small enough,perfect!
 
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