Didn't want to take Slc's Brute Kit only thread off track (Not that it isn't already...), so I'm making this here. I don't know about you guys, but I think this looks mean as hell. I can't wait till I can afford some of these.
Apparently, the flares are bolt on (lame), so if I end up getting the package deal with front, rear, and sliders, I'll just have them all welded together. Hopefully that might make them a bit more structurally sound.
There's many home fab jobs out there that look much cleaner, for example what Tommaho recently did:
I like this a lot too. I am thinking of doing fender similar to this look that ties to the body and I will have my body shop buddy roll the lip on the hood. just cant scratch together the time to do it right now
[COLOR=Navy][SIZE=2]03 Patriot Blue Sport[/SIZE][/COLOR]
Rubi d44 both ends, Crane Diff Covers, Rock trac t-case
Tom Woods CV DS, Alloy USA rear axles (waiting for install) ARB front bumper, Rock-it-Man Rockers
knoblock rear bumper, OBA in process,
bestop tire carrier, 35-12.5-16 trXus MT's on MOABs with 1.25 spidertrax
Currie HD steering
Nth Degree 6" LA kit. Garvin Wilderness Rack w/hi-lift mnt
HEMI & 5spd Auto
Awhile back a guy had some of these for sale on here. Didnt have the flares for the front or rear though. When I checked to see how much they cost my jaw dropped. These are way out of my budget. I like the idea that you can remove the flares though. Then you would have more clearence offroad but have the ability to make your jeep street legal for us that also use our jeeps as DDs.
My two cents, I installed a set yesterday. They are easy to install. Personally, I think they look like heck, but function over form in this case. I went with them as I'm running 35's on a RE3.5SF lift and no body lift. It is a well crafted kit judging from the ease of installation. The packing job at the factory leaves a lot to be desired tho', they did arrive chewed up somewhat, but oh well.
Only 'tards ride their dirtbike in the yard. Ride Stealth.