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post #1 of 7 Old 09-10-2005, 07:24 PM Thread Starter
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TJ's with flat fenders

I need to get an idea of how the flatties look on a darker jeep, preferably green, but any pics would be appreciated. If you have the PSC ones with the 3" flares all the way down, please post them, as those are what I'm interested in. If they are other than PSC, please lemme know what kind they are.

I have seen the DIY versions, but I need/want something a bit more stout.


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post #2 of 7 Old 09-11-2005, 03:02 PM
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hey paul, why are you wanting flat fenders all of a sudden.

sorry that was mean, I still have yet to get some flat fenders for mine. I think that with are smaller sized tires, that the flatties would look better on our jeeps with out the extended flare. Here is John Farmer's YJ on 33's:


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Here are some pics fromt he PSC site...


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hey paul, why are you wanting flat fenders all of a sudden.

sorry that was mean, I still have yet to get some flat fenders for mine. I think that with are smaller sized tires, that the flatties would look better on our jeeps with out the extended flare. Here is John Farmer's YJ on 33's:


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Check the other site for GMB with flatties (homebrew)...

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home-made flat fenders - Front


home-made flat fenders - Side


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So, Dave, what is to keep them from getting all bent up if you whack something? Do you have any plans to reinforce with tubing or such?

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The original brace is still in place; I am working on a tubed reinforcement peice for the underside...so presently, they are just stock strength.

I've been more careful with the corners than usually because of it though; and have had good luck this summer at Tellico, Windrock, and TurkeyBay...no problems so far.

Hopefully soon, I will have a full tube undergirding on them....will post pics of how that goes.

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