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Old 02-25-2014, 02:42 PM   #1
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Installed MCE Fenders Carbon Fiber and OE black





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I'm thinking of adding these to my JKU. I run 315's right now on 2.5" AEV. Wondering if these will make my 315's look small. I will be running 37's at some point so these would be necessary and I don't like the cut fender look.

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Old 03-05-2014, 07:19 AM   #3
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Sigh....CLEARLY the best fenders available.
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Old 03-05-2014, 07:34 AM   #4
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I don't think they would look small. That silver Jeeps is on 35s which is basically a315
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I don't think they would look small. That silver Jeeps is on 35s which is basically a315
With what size lift??
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With what size lift??
it is a RK 2.5 so he actually netted closer to 4
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it is a RK 2.5 so he actually netted closer to 4
I netted just over 3" with my AEV so they shouldn't look too small. I may be switching to the MC lift just so I can get a little more room for 37's.
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with 3 in of lift and these you will clear 37s easy
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with 3 in of lift and these you will clear 37s easy
Good to know. How sturdy do these look compared to factory?? Any chance of flutter??
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i havent had any. my cut fenders did a bit. the two brackets keep flutter from happening. look at the full install for pictures of it
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I think what I like about the MCE is the chopped ones look like dog ears and not truly flat. I also think they look too thin. I'm thinking I can throw these on first and then decide if I need to add 37's in the future.
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Anyone else have pics of the MCE fenders??
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looking good Oscar.
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I think what I like about the MCE is the chopped ones look like dog ears and not truly flat. I also think they look too thin. I'm thinking I can throw these on first and then decide if I need to add 37's in the future.
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did you look at the website? Ill start populating more wheeling pictures soon

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Any pics of the silver one from the side??
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did you look at the website?
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did you look at the website?
I did but was wondering what the silver one looked like because we have similar sized lifts. It's not a big deal though.
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dang the carbon fiber looks awesome.. i got the regular ones in the front..
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I did but was wondering what the silver one looked like because we have similar sized lifts. It's not a big deal though.
ill grab a couple Saturday we have a local meet and great we will both be at.
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How long for install??
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First one was 30-45 min. after that it was cake. maybe 2 hours
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Good looking Rig
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Lift size?? 35's??
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About to pull the trigger on these. I'm sure they will make my 315's look puny on my JKU which means I will have to upgrade to 37's soon.
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I thought about running these for a bit. Against the bushwhackers I'd choose these. For another couple hundred you get steel tube flares though. Which is NO comparison.
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I thought about running these for a bit. Against the bushwhackers I'd choose these. For another couple hundred you get steel tube flares though. Which is NO comparison.
I'm trying to avoid adding additional weight if possible.
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I'd like to see these matched with the carbon fiber hood from RK Sports!
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No marker light on these?
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No marker light on these?
You can buy them if you want. They have small round ones that can be drilled into Jeep or flares.

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