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Unread 04-05-2012, 02:21 PM   #136
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Rokmen makes standard fenders?
Too much Redbull again today.

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Unread 04-05-2012, 02:25 PM   #137
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Stock flares are fine. I MAY actually have a full set of those. I know I have good rear flares, just not sure about the fronts.
That'd be cool. If you can look tonight & let me know. I'm going to order them up tomorrow along with my Currie front uppers.

We tried this once & you couldn't find the right ****ing Menards!
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My bad, I was thinking about Genright's fenders... If I had to do it again I would go for a set of these...

Genright boulder aluminum fenders

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Unread 04-05-2012, 03:03 PM   #139
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My bad, I was thinking about Genright's fenders... If I had to do it again I would go for a set of these...

Genright boulder aluminum fenders
I like the looks of the genright, but at that price they should give you the inner fender too. The Rokmens look very similar in the fact that the flare follows the hood line. They give you the inner fender so you can sell off your stocks for some cash.
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I like the looks of the genright, but at that price they should give you the inner fender too. The Rokmens look very similar in the fact that the flare follows the hood line. They give you the inner fender so you can sell off your stocks for some cash.
Agreed it's nice to be able to just unbolt your stock fenders and sell them if possible. These are their Aluminum (6lbs) fenders which is why they are pricey.

However the thing I like most about Rokmen is their attention to detail and quality.
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Im a huge fan of those alum genright fenders and will likely be spending the $$ to get them with the inner fenders as well. If Rokmen offered a regular tube fender and not hiline Id go that route but I would dread having to cut my hood.
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... but I would dread having to cut my hood.
I've seen it done right and it looks so unbelievably awesome

And I've seen it done wrong and.. let's just say it's very very noticeable
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Yea. That pisses me off when people cut it wrong so I think I'll be plenty careful.
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Spent some ching ching & bought some bling bling today. Going to be a big week for the rig next week.
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Well, big for me. It's not like Connor or James big. Currie front upper arms & new axle end bushings, bilstein front shocks along with jks bpe's & upper stud converters & new stock width flares all around. Also will have Brad's coils I'll need to get prepped & installed to level out the *** end.
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If you're doing Ford towers (thought you were), those automatically replace the studs.
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Well, big for me. It's not like Connor or James big. Currie front upper arms & new axle end bushings, bilstein front shocks along with jks bpe's & upper stud converters & new stock width flares all around. Also will have Brad's coils I'll need to get prepped & installed to level out the *** end.
Lol you can't hold out like Conner or James can, too excited to keep a secret for longer then a few mins

I'm excited for your new added goodies and I'll be watching closely as to how those towers / shocks turn out. This is next on my list as well.
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If you're doing Ford towers (thought you were), those automatically replace the studs.
Yea I am just not right now. I don't really need them until I Hiline. They should work just about perfect with the up travel I have now.
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