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post #1 of 52 Old 01-29-2013, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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C&C fabrication tube fenders??

I found someone on eBay selling some good looking tube fenders for reasonably cheap. The company is called C&C fabrication and the eBay seller is dennferg2. Does anybody have any experience with them? Know if it is a quality product?

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post #2 of 52 Old 01-29-2013, 01:19 PM
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http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/fl...-pics-1277394/

and

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/c-...enders-968990/

Those were on TJs, but basically the same product.
were 2 quick results I found... bunch more results. overall, people seem to be pleased with them.

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They don't look bad for the price but I can't stand the Kitchen table size flats up front. I wish someone would make some that tapered in to the hood like DeFenders do.

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They don't look bad for the price but I can't stand the Kitchen table size flats up front. I wish someone would make some that tapered in to the hood like DeFenders do.
Allows me to rest an 18 pack up there

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Allows me to rest an 18 pack up there


Wouldn't be bad in case of a picnic

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Wouldn't be bad in case of a picnic
Whats a picnic? I'm talking about when working on the heep, or bonfire after a run.. Ok. Now back to the thread....

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that is one HELLUVA big table, was that custom order? Flare size? I thought it was only supposed to be ~3" (that's what she said).

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that is one HELLUVA big table, was that custom order? Flare size? I thought it was only supposed to be ~3" (that's what she said).
Yes. NH requires full tire coverage.

C&C will make what ever width you want.. The price was adjusted accordingly. I think it was $50 more for the 6" vs the 3" but don't quote me on that.

Just email him...

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They are a nice product. I met the guy who owns the shop when I picked them up in Phoenix. Seemed like a solid guy with a nice little operation.

Here they are:








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Yea, I'm considering going with C&C or the e-autogrills. C&C is local, probably will stop in there before I make the final call to see if I can get a minor change, think I would prefer the flare stay straight to give me more room for my sandwich.

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From what it says on eBay it looks like its supposed to be a bolt on swap.. Not the impression I'm getting from the people who have got them tho ...
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From what it says on eBay it looks like its supposed to be a bolt on swap.. Not the impression I'm getting from the people who have got them tho ...
It does bolt on, but you have to cut the outer fender if you want to reuse the inner fender like I did.

Give the guy a call if you want a detailed description, he will walk you through, plus he has a little sheet that shows where to cut.

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Sounds good. I'm planning on getting some here in the next few weeks. Ill give him a call once I get the cash together. They seem as well built as most of the others I've seen but a heck of a lot cheaper
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Sounds good. I'm planning on getting some here in the next few weeks. Ill give him a call once I get the cash together. They seem as well built as most of the others I've seen but a heck of a lot cheaper
I don't think you'll be disapointed. I like mine a lot.

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