Originally Posted by jeepercrazy12
I do like the look of the flat flares but my one problems with them is that with only 33's it seems like there's almost too much room In the wheel wells.
And I'd prefer for these to use the factory fenders and preferably not require too much work or cutting or drilling.
The Rugged Ridge Fender Flares
are 7" flares so they'll cover your tires and keep you legal. The kit I liked you to includes all the hardware you'll need to install them and they won't require any drilling. Other being wider they are a factory style flare and look much like the flares you have now.
The Rough Country Flares
are another option. They are the same 7" size and the same factory styling. They also include the hardware and won't require any drilling.
The choice is up to you as far as what brand you prefer. There is a slight price difference as well.
The only issue you might run into is when removing the old flares and installing the new ones is the nutserts in the body of the Jeep may spinning. They get rusted to the bolts and spin free in the body making it a pain to remove the old flares and tighten down the new ones.
Let me know if you have any other questions!