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Hi all. I am looking to fit rear mud flaps to my 2014 trail hawk but my local dealer has no parts listing for them. I have located them on eBay but without a part number cannot be sure they are the right ones. Plenty of buyers comments about being sent the wrong ones. Anyone purchased and fitted a set that could point me to where I can obtain the correct items. Thank you in advance. Coxy

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Thats easy, there isn't any made by Jeep to fit. They only made them for the non TH, ie without the flares.

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Thanks, I may need to look at other options.
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The ones on ebay will most likely be universal fit type of situation - and that's probably going to be your only option - ie fit up a set of universal ones that you trim to shape at the top and secure with screws into existing plastic of the arch trims - or more ideally pick up on existing screws / bolts. The result can be entirely workable and even look very tidy and factory.
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