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Originally Posted by 88hatchy View Post
But they have made definite improvements with a better material and one piece design.
The selling point for me was that I wheel in the tight trees of the PNW. Those pesky trees bent up my stock fenders pretty good. Good thing stock sheet metal is flexible. MCE's will not transfer any shock to the tub if hit.
I also like how they look just like the old Flatty's and Willys' fenders. Something all the tube fenders do not.
AND, they are made by a couple local Jeepers in my state who came up with a great idea, and made it happen...in America!
I'm a bit biased I guess.
Apples to oranges since MCE's are thankfully not steel, but if you are worried about spending money.....
TNT w/flare $725
Poison Spyder defenders w/flare $630 alum $560 steel
Metalcloak w/flare $850
MCE w/flare $384.
That's my happy customer sermon for the day.
Added because this is a picture thread......
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