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post #1 of 12 Old 08-18-2011, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
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SAW this jeep driving i want the rear fenders what are they





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post #2 of 12 Old 08-18-2011, 08:58 AM
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Those flares are some really old bushwacker flares on the Front and Rear, They were a really thin plastic thats brittle and break easily. They are also pretty similar to the old renegade rear flares

IIRC they were called Extenda Flares and they have been discontinued for over 10-15 years

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what about that grill cover? looks like a airconditioner fitler bolted on there
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If you like that look just find a renegade... IMHO, they look like crap. Like someone glued some shoe boxes together just so the cops wouldn't pull them over for the tires being exposed. To each there own...

Also, if you saw the jeep driving, how did you manage to get a pic of it in the driveway, in front of an open garage door with snow on the ground in the middle of August? You sure its not yours and want to see if anyone else likes it before you tell us its yours?

From what I can see I wouldnt take too much advice from the guy who built that Jeep. Its SOA on lift springs. No problem there. Its still running a D35 rear axle. The front trac bar is still in place and most importantly the steering has not been corrected for the SOA. Thats just what I have noticed....

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If it has tracks, tires or tits, its gonna cause a problem.

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what about that grill cover? looks like a airconditioner fitler bolted on there
It's a bug screen heres a link
http://www.quadratec.com/products/13030_0X_PG.htm

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If you like that look just find a renegade... IMHO, they look like crap. Like someone glued some shoe boxes together just so the cops wouldn't pull them over for the tires being exposed. To each there own...

Also, if you saw the jeep driving, how did you manage to get a pic of it in the driveway, in front of an open garage door with snow on the ground in the middle of August? You sure its not yours and want to see if anyone else likes it before you tell us its yours?

From what I can see I wouldnt take too much advice from the guy who built that Jeep. Its SOA on lift springs. No problem there. Its still running a D35 rear axle. The front trac bar is still in place and most importantly the steering has not been corrected for the SOA. Thats just what I have noticed....
no i just bought a yj and i saw his post of the jeep for sale on another site. any other fenders yall recomend?
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post #7 of 12 Old 08-18-2011, 09:47 AM
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Ya i never liked the renegade style fenders myself. I like pocket style fender flares much better!

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i have never been a fan of any plastic flare. if your looking to trail it look into some flat tube fenders or go cloaks like i did. the cloaks are REALLY expensive but the ability to remove the flares in less than 30 seconds each is a great feature.

there are some tube fender kits and flared tube fenders for sale on e-bay all the time. if you have basic fab skills they are well worth the $150.

just my .02 but yeah those fenders look UN-practical.

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I haven't seen that type of fender flares in a while... You'll find another one on this site but it's got 20" rockstar rims an insane body lift and ugly nitto tires.

I would go in a different direction if it was me...

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I haven't seen that type of fender flares in a while... You'll find another one on this site but it's got 20" rockstar rims an insane body lift and ugly nitto tires.

I would go in a different direction if it was me...
And he was banned awhile back....

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If it has tracks, tires or tits, its gonna cause a problem.

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Those should come with a tackle box option.

At least then there would be a reason they look so awful.
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