Jeep Wrangler 1999, Mud Flap Kit by TeraFlex®. 1 Pair. Location: Rear. Typically mud flaps are a nuisance and cannot be easily removed for off-road use. Heavy Duty Mud Flap Kit is Easily Installed and when it’s Time for Off-Road use they are Easily Removed by Pulling a Pin. They can be stored in the back of the vehicle, and installed before returning to the highway.
- All parts manufactured to TeraFlex standards
- Improve your off-roading experience
- Some drilling is required
- Mud Flap (1 Pair)
- Bracket Clamp For Mud Flaps (2)
- Bracket Steel For Mounting Mud Flap Bars (2)
- Bar Mud Flap (2)
- Cap 3/4"Sqr Plastic (2)
- Pin Wire Lock 1/4 X 2" (2)
- Bolt 5/16-18 X 1" Type F Hex Zinc Self Tap (8)
- Washer 1/4 Flat Stainless (8)
- Nut 1/4-20 Lock Stainless (8)
- Bolt 1/4-20X1.5 Hex Stainless (8)
- Flat Washer 3/8" Stainless (8)
TeraFlex makes some of the gnarliest suspension and drivetrain parts you could possibly imagine, all the better to make your Jeep ford the deepest rivers and climb the highest mountains. But they also have a full array of oddball, off-the-wall accessories you could ask for. We didn't know we needed most of this stuff until we saw it in TeraFlex's catalog.
Look to TeraFlex for every aspect of turning your Jeep into a capable off-roadin' machine. Whether it's a no-drill mount for a CB antenna, quick-disconnect mud flaps, a spare tire extension or something as simple as a Velcro grab handle for your roll bar, they've perceived a need and developed a high-quality product to make your off-roading safer and more fun.
TeraFlex® has been professionally involved with Jeeps since the 1950s and that experience taught them how to make them perform their best. TeraFlex was started in the fall of 1996 to meet the needs of the growing market for heavy duty off road equipment and suspension enhancements. And they've maintained a dominant hold on the market since then. TeraFlex was the first aftermarket manufacturer with a suspension system for the TJ Wrangler, and is still the only aftermarket company to offer a solution for the venerable 231 transfer cases low range gearing. In 2001, the entire off road industry was stunned at the CRD60 - an off-road-specific high-pinion 60 differential that took innovation to a new level, reinforcing their position in the industry.