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post #1 of 4 Old 03-04-2015, 04:12 PM Thread Starter
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LJ aluminum armor

I am looking to get some aluminum corner armor and front and rear fenders.The two companies that I'm looking at are genright and poison spyder. I'm looking at the 3 inch flare from poison spyder and the 4 inch flare from Genright.

I'm looking for some pictures of people running either of the set ups on either 35s or 37s. As well as some general opinions on which one to go with

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My buddy's jeep has the Genright aluminum stuff with 4" flares and it is very nice. He paired it with Savvy everything else lol...beautiful rig...











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Bryce makes some nice stuff,http://www.stoutfabrication.com/,he is nice to work with.
Matt is also another one he is a vendor here,Undercoverfab.com

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post #4 of 4 Old 03-05-2015, 08:52 AM Thread Starter
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My buddy's jeep has the Genright aluminum stuff with 4" flares and it is very nice. He paired it with Savvy everything else lol...beautiful rig...
That is really nice looking

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