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    Default Steel Tube Fender Flares

    Now available for the front and rear fender.

    Clearance for up to 35" tires.

    Save 30% when you buy the Front and Rear together!
    Tube Fender Flares Full Set




    Front Tube Fender Flares



    Rear Tube Fender Flares

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    Default Re: Steel Tube Fender Flares

    I love these things.. Been looking at a set from another company, and read of quite a few fitment issues... so was like, guess I won't be getting any metal flares for a while... then these came out... Love the pricing on these as well.. Is there a way to see the installation instructions so I can take a look at them before ordering?? I really want to get these ordered up so that I can get them bed lined when I do the bumpers and the sliders... so they'll all match up in look and coloring.. Just want to take a look at the installation instructions if possible... especially on the rear flares.. but both sets if possible..
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    Default Re: Steel Tube Fender Flares

    Quote Originally Posted by bluedragon436 View Post
    I love these things.. Been looking at a set from another company, and read of quite a few fitment issues... so was like, guess I won't be getting any metal flares for a while... then these came out... Love the pricing on these as well.. Is there a way to see the installation instructions so I can take a look at them before ordering?? I really want to get these ordered up so that I can get them bed lined when I do the bumpers and the sliders... so they'll all match up in look and coloring.. Just want to take a look at the installation instructions if possible... especially on the rear flares.. but both sets if possible..
    We just installed a set of these on Brent (Choogala)s Xj. The fitment was great, and we didnt use any type of instructions. They are basically hold them where you want them, and drill your holes, install your nutserts, and bolt them on. Its super easy, just takes some time to line up right.

    Also, just to add, the guys at Dirtbound are some top notch guys, and they will make sure that you are happy with what you get (shameless plug). They are local to me, and are a great group of guys, without a doubt

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    Default Re: Steel Tube Fender Flares

    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkyman View Post
    We just installed a set of these on Brent (Choogala)s Xj. The fitment was great, and we didnt use any type of instructions. They are basically hold them where you want them, and drill your holes, install your nutserts, and bolt them on. Its super easy, just takes some time to line up right.

    Also, just to add, the guys at Dirtbound are some top notch guys, and they will make sure that you are happy with what you get (shameless plug). They are local to me, and are a great group of guys, without a doubt
    You're lucky with the locations of these places.. Yeah I've got the transmission bezel switch panel from them, and love it... have been looking at these since they came out... Are all the bolts backed by nutserts, or just a few of them??
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    Default Re: Steel Tube Fender Flares

    The rear flares come with rivnuts and the fronts washer and nut. Pretty much how Pinkyman said it, just hold it up to the body and line it up to your liking and we usually drill the top two outer bolts first and bolt it on and then drill the remaining bolt holes.

    They are a super hot item currently, almost to the point of hiring another fabricator just to do armor.
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    Default Re: Steel Tube Fender Flares

    Pretty cool fender flares, never seen anything like that before, I guess these will allow you to clear even 33s?

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    Default Re: Steel Tube Fender Flares

    Quote Originally Posted by RonJohnson View Post
    Pretty cool fender flares, never seen anything like that before, I guess these will allow you to clear even 33s?
    We run 35s with 4.5" of lift on a shop jeep.
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    Default Re: Steel Tube Fender Flares

    Quote Originally Posted by DirtBound Offroad View Post
    The rear flares come with rivnuts and the fronts washer and nut. Pretty much how Pinkyman said it, just hold it up to the body and line it up to your liking and we usually drill the top two outer bolts first and bolt it on and then drill the remaining bolt holes.

    They are a super hot item currently, almost to the point of hiring another fabricator just to do armor.
    Thank goodness.. cause I know how tight and lack of room there is in the back areas to get your arms finagles up in there to tighten nuts for armor after working on other folks XJ's... and really didn't want to have to fight with that if I could help it... or tearing up my hand/arms again.... Love rivnuts when they secure in properly... can't say the same for the factory Jeep rivnuts, after fighting with the ones on my GF's LJ... I know on the front fenders you can get to most of those spots pretty easily after removing the liner... Needing to pull mine apart again to rerun some wires for aux lights anyways... Nothing wrong with them being super hot items... sales mean getting the name out there... more money coming in... and more XJ parts R&D!!! LOL
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