Jeep Wrangler Bushwacker Flat Fender Flare Sale at Baseline 4x4 Outfitters
Adding style, protection and extra tire Coverage to your Jeep has never been easier. Bushwacker offers a wide selection of Fender Flare styles, each designed for a specific look. Transform your vehicle in minutes, it’s never been easier!
Extreme design offers max tire clearance for the harshest off-road environments
Bushwacker’s No-Drill installation uses existing factory holes
Provides OE tire Coverage required by most state laws
Includes DOT-compliant LED marker light
Fully molded design Covers exposed Wheel well sheet metal and works with factory Inner splash Guard to protect engine components Patent No. D623, 103
Extreme Dura-Flex 2000 TPO material that bends instead of breaks, then goes back to its shape
Limited Lifetime Warranty, OEM matte Black Textured finish
my favorite thing about tube fenders is the added protection it gives ur jeep. if ur in a tight spot u can lean on the fenders pretty hard without any worry other then scratching the paint. comes in handy sometimes too being able 2 stand on ur fenders.
I would like help in understanding the pros and cons of the BW flat feeders versus the Genright flat fender combination. Pls help in this Decision, both seem to offer added clearance. Thx
Metal Tube fender are built and designed in areas that do not have salt and other metal eating products. There are extreme pockets for salt and road grime to sit in. leaning on a metal fender puts pressure into the thin factory inner fender. The Bushwackers install nice. Provide good coverage and include an outer turn signal which most states require and most steel fenders are not including.
Mine don't put any pressure on the inner fender. it comes with a whole new inner fender kit but thats besides the point. The fender doesn't mount to the inner fender the inner fender mounts to the outter which mounts to the firewall and front clip. I've pushed on my fenders pretty hard quite a few times(hard enuf to crack or smash a plastic fender) and never came away with any damage yet. As far as pockets to hold salt and grime, even the stock fenders hold a lot of that crap too. Its called paint. And as far as turn signals u can buy a turn/led marker set for 50 bux from gen right, prob even less on ebay. If u wheel serious trails and don't want 2 have ur fender ripped off, get tubes. These r OK for mild or mud trails but if u wanna get serious these aren't the best option