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Looks great. Good lookin YJ. I like your approach at removing the fenders also.
 

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Looks great. Good lookin YJ. I like your approach at removing the fenders also.
Thanks! Once you get past that first cut it's all downhill.

They look great Lou! I may now be convinced to do these over my other choice...
Excellent. You will not be disappointed.

Gee Lou, just when I think your jeep can't get any better..

You definitely are the man for this job.
Thanks Nick. I think my jeep could be a lot better and these fenders have definitely breathed some life in my tired ole' YJ.

Lou, I think your Jeep looks great with the PS logo!
But hey it's all up to you.
I'm contemplating keeping them. I've been riding with them around and they are growing on me. I'm still going to see how the louvers look as well. :cheers2:
 

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These Look GREAT Louie! Poison Spyder Deff did an awesome job on these fenders.
Thanks and no doubt on the quality. Everyone at work said they were very thick and told me it would take a little more to bend them unlike my stock fenders.
 

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Great job Lou! Judging by your original fenders, I'd say you are the perfect test subject for the durability test. PSC made a good choice! :thumbsup:
Thanks!

I got a package in the mail yesterday. I didn't realize they were aluminum. I just need to figure out what to paint them or if I should. PS even threw in the hardware!



 

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Glad they arrived!

By the way, can you email me those photos you posted? Preferably in their original, highest resolution. [email protected]. Thanks!
Dusty,

I apologize for not getting back to you. I have been very busy with leaving my job and moving in with my fiancé as well as starting school and finding a new job in a week.

I did however go wheeling at Windrock for a double bachelor party. I plan on posting more pics as my buddies send them to me. These are just the ones on my camera. I will also send you the ones I posted here for the final installation in the highest resolution I have. I still have the poison spyder inserts in my fenders and they are starting to grow on me. I have the louver inserts powder coated but I just haven't bolted them in.

The fenders were awesome on the trail and I got many compliments on them. Even today at the Autozone.





 

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This thread of yours was the deciding factor for me as to whether to get the poison spyder fenders or metalcloaks. Its definitely poison spyder. They just look awesome, and everytime I start to second guess myself I just look back to your pics and it solidifies more so. Thanks for unknowingly helping me.
 

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No problem man. They are top notch and very beefy. I was very lucky to have won them.

If you're interested in getting the markers for the front of them take a look at my build thread near the last page or PM me and I'll send you what I bought.

If you have any other questions let me know.
 

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Update on the powder coating...it's been 8 years and it's starting to peel on the underside but that is probably due to the debris hitting it over time. Fenders are still kickin' even after rocks and such. Highly recommend them.

Didn't need to update this...I just went down memory lane with the links in my sig...
 
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