Help, opinions building tube fenders
Hello, I've got a 94 wrangler with quite a bit of lift and I wanna build some tube fenders since I just got a welder. Any ideas or tips on how I should do it? Some photos of your custom built fenders would be awesome. Maybe some instructions too and an idea on how much the metal will cost. I'm asking a lot haha but I'd appreciate any help at all thanks! Here's the what I got
Don't have any pics ill be building mine soon, just do a lot of searching. They sell DIY kits with pre bent tubes where you just weld it all over if you wanna spend 100-250$. Or buying the metal and bending the tubes yourself metal would be around 50-80 i would guess.
C & C Fabs, makes great DIY kits, any width (just email them) front and rear... Worth the money...
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Here's a thread on some I made a couple years ago.
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Maybe it's not tube fenders that I want I just my frnders the look close the stock but the flat look of tube fenders but I want them pretty big same size or lil bigger then stock or the front and just bigger then the flares on the back. Anyone have pics of that haha sorry
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I went with the front and rear pre-bent kits from Trailtubes, they're still in process and huge to comply with PA requirements but overall I like em. I tied the rear tubes into the smittybilt wraps after I stripped the finish off them. The stock inner fenders were removed and welded into the fronts after this pic was taken, just need to skin them with 18 gauge and paint.
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