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Old 06-20-2013, 09:03 AM   #1
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XRC fenders

In the market for a set of fenders and I'm having a hard time making a choice. I've looked at both XRC and Metal Cloak a lot. If money wasn't a factor I would go with Metal Cloak but they are three times the price almost as XRC. Has anyone had any experience with either that could let me know if XRC is a good brand or not or should I just spend the money on the MC's. Thanks

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Old 06-20-2013, 09:05 AM   #2
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Also does anyone know how hard either are to install and if you can do it pretty easily on your own?

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Old 06-20-2013, 09:07 AM   #3
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I have heard good things about the XRC fenders. They aren't as heavy duty as the MC ones but for the price…………..
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Have the xrc flat fenders an love them! Very easy install even for someone who may not be that experienced. The front are all bolt on an the rear are two bolts an 5 self tapping screws that need to be drilled to start
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Have the xrc flat fenders an love them! Very easy install even for someone who may not be that experienced. Will get a pic up when I have time
You trim your inner liners or leave them off? Sorry for the mini Hijack
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You trim your inner liners or leave them off? Sorry for the mini Hijack
Left them off cause I haven't had time to trim, but I'm goin to trim them in the next few weeks

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