I would say just the stock, but thats just what i prefer. Nice jeep though!
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I vote stock.. Cheaper/easier to find and i like the look of the tires sticking out some. I think it looks goofy when theyre completely covered by flare.
It sure does. I really hate to see a vehicle that the flares stick out way past the tires. Like how a stock JK looks with those huge plastic fenders. Anyway, stick to stock OP, if you can get away with it in your state. Looks good.
Go with what you think looks good on your jeep man. I do agree that a smaller/skinnier flare is the way to go. This summer mine will be replaced with some MC. Going with no flares at all, just the fenders
I like my 7" as well. Windows stay much cleaner. I like the look of the flat cut might do it to mine to. I personally wouldn't go sans flares. My son's has no flares and looks cool but throws crap everywhere.
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Thanks guys ill look for some stock ones! Are rugged ridge any good?
Just find someone who has a old pair laying around. After you paint them they look brand new. Usually you can find a whole set for $50 to free. I don't know where you are in Florida but I know a guy in Jacksonville who's selling a full rubicon flare set for $50.