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post #1 of 5 Old 09-10-2013, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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Metal Cloak Front fenders with tube rear fenders

I've gone back and forth between MC's and hi lines so many times, I've finally cracked and think I want run MC's up front and possibly Gen Right or T&T rear tube flares. I love the look of hi lines, but I don't really want to lose my cold air intake. Thanks in advance to any one that can post up some pics of this combination.

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post #2 of 5 Old 09-10-2013, 07:34 PM
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MC Overlines w/4" flare up front, Xenon 4" flares in the rear....they are real similar to what the Genright steel flares look like.
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Thanks for the pic. I think standard flare in the rear looks pretty good with the over lines.
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Thanks for the pic. I think standard flare in the rear looks pretty good with the over lines.
The way the rear Cloaks taper in at the bottom doesn't appeal to me much. I was looking at the Gen Right rear steel tubes when I ran across these, and for a couple hundred bucks they've been doing just fine.
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Totally agree with you on that. I was also thinking that it looks like if you're running the 6" rear and your tires don't stick out vary far, the top of the flare is going to rub on trees. Lots of tight trails and fir trees up here in the NW.
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