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Old 10-14-2008, 10:38 PM   #1
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I need fender flares.

I finally got my new 31" T/A KO's on my TJ! I'm very excited other then the fact that I live in NJ and they're 32/11.5. This means that my fender flares are not even close to covering these things. I need some help because from what I understand, having your tires coming out farther then your flares, means your breaking the law. What flares do I choose? Thank you for your help.

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Move to Pennsylvania?

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Move to Pennsylvania?
PA will fail your inspection too...
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I finally got my new 31" T/A KO's on my TJ! I'm very excited other then the fact that I live in NJ and they're 32/11.5. This means that my fender flares are not even close to covering these things. I need some help because from what I understand, having your tires coming out farther then your flares, means your breaking the law. What flares do I choose? Thank you for your help.
You from Joisey...what exit?.....just busting your chops.

Quadratec sells wider fender flares that will work for you. I believe they have 3" and 6" flares.

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Several options for the flares.. Used set off a rubicon might cover it, and be cheap if you find some on craiglist. Otherwise for new one's your looking $170ish and up.
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PA will fail your inspection too...
Depends who is inspecting.
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Depends who is inspecting.
Yes...of course. However, my point was that PA state inspection requires it. Some states do not. Having a friend in the business always helps too.
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im from jersey... i go to college in pa... and cops will pull over if there not wide enough... i have stock fenders with 12.5 wide tires
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Rubicon flares are a bit wider, as are body-colored Sahara flares.

There are aftermarket flares available as well (Warn, Bestop, Bushwhacker), but some states (I've heard) require OEM (factory) parts to cover and aftermarket doesn't count. I don't know how true that is, but at least consider it.

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