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Old 01-31-2010, 10:12 PM   #31
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great idea!

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Thanks again for the compliments and orders!

Also, tazmann thank you very much for passing it on to your club and for the advice on the lights. We are working on the lighting situation


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Old 02-02-2010, 05:43 PM   #33
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Badass. Definitely in my Jeep's future.
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No problem WAC, let me know if I can be anymore help.

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Also, tazmann thank you very much for passing it on to your club and for the advice on the lights. We are working on the lighting situation


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Old 02-03-2010, 12:48 AM   #35
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Will do, thanks again, and thanks Rangluh for the compliments.
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any way we could get a picture of the entire front jeep from further back?
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any way we could get a picture of the entire front jeep from further back?

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Old 02-04-2010, 09:39 AM   #39
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As soon as my wife unlocks my cage I'll go out wheeling & get some non-garage pics.
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As soon as my wife unlocks my cage I'll go out wheeling & get some non-garage pics.
Just as long as you have a long runner also..

I do have a question for you though.. did you get the JK sockets from the dealer and how much were they? I am just trying to get a rough price for the route that you took.
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:49 AM   #41
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Thank you again for all of your responses. We are now taking and shipping orders from our website: Modern Classic Enterprises

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Just as long as you have a long runner also..

I do have a question for you though.. did you get the JK sockets from the dealer and how much were they? I am just trying to get a rough price for the route that you took.
$18.05 each from RockAuto Auto Parts. Part numbers are 023120L (023-120L) & 023120R (023-120R).
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Nice looking product, but I see hood damage in the future. I think non-flexible fenders protect the hood from scrapes and dents.

Jerry, I would keep a spare marker light. I think you will need it.
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Old 02-06-2010, 05:35 PM   #45
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Those look awesome! What is the black thing in the grill on the drivers side next to the headlight?
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Quick connect for air? I just saw the air compressor.
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What is the black thing in the grill on the drivers side next to the headlight?
Chrispymach guessed it, that's for the OBA compressor's quick connect fitting. That's a crutch tip that covers it when not being used.
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Old 02-11-2010, 01:43 PM   #48
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Question?

just bought these and I'm wondering what size tires I can stuff in there now? I've got a stock suspension LJ with a 1.25"BL + 1"MML. trying for the LCG style build. next step is a TT so I'm trying to save my drive line angles to keep from the SYE and shaft cost. any ideas?
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answered my own question

Well my order came in and now I have my flattie fender installed on my 04 unlimited. I like the way they work although the two pieces did not meet up properly. they miss aligned by about an inch. but other than that they are great. I'm able to flex 33's with nothing but an inch and a quarter BL. I haven't tried to disco yet we'll check that out tomorrow. and as soon as I'm able I'll post some pics to show the misalignment.
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Old 02-28-2010, 05:58 AM   #50
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Nice! And a great step by step write up Jerry. As word gets out there should be a big demand.

And a good idea too - for those that don't want to 'hurt" their originals in case they want to go back someday, a wrecking yard for a second set to modify.

Keep up the good work!
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I am going to order this as soon as i get the money. I was going to get tube fenders but i like this idea much better.
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Old 04-29-2010, 11:19 PM   #52
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my main concern is, im good with cars but cutting my fenders scare me, how good are the directions? i saw the write up and it was amazing, and someone is coming to buy my hard top today. i really want these but im running a stock rubicon should i get them?, you guys are very knowledgeable and i like the product. i just need to be a little bit more sold on the "difficulty" of the install lol
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They hold up just fine. They really don't let mud go everywhere on the jeep also. I tried this past weekend to toss mud on the jeep and it really didn't work lol. Here is a few pics of them on the jeep-

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Old 06-03-2010, 12:07 AM   #54
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Sorry I haven't been around in a while. Thanks for the replies, and Josh thanks for posting the picture - the Jeep looks great. Is there a story behind the cross-eyed tires?
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haha umm crossed eyed tires. That is what happens when locked front tires grab when rock crawling, all was well then they both decided to get traction and the tie rod bar bent straight up into the radiator!! I unlocked the hubs in the front and drove the jeep back to shop in 2lo. It made a terribly long trip back (1 mile- took 20 mins haha) making 30 point turns since the steering wheel did nothing when you turned it! Fixed it up and kept wheeling
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I've had that happen as well, it is definately interesting driving like that, there is no way you can't notice something is wrong, lol. Glad to hear you got it fixed and kept wheeling!
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Old 06-12-2010, 01:42 AM   #57
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I've noticed you dont have anymore textured versions?

I have all the lighting and everything just need the fenders but I dont wanna but expensive paint to match my solar yellow TJ so I just wanna leave them black.
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Hi,

Thanks for your interest, we are back in stock of the textured fenders.



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F*&^ Yes!!

Thanks WAC I like when we have fellow Jeepers in the business quadrant that can help us without talking to a small indian lady over the phone
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Just finished this install. Thanks for all the great info in this thread! The only PITA was getting the old hood latches off. I finally cut them off and used new ones (which halted then install until I could get them).

I used the same side marker lights as shown above - but surface mounted then as that should be fine for my use. All I have left to do is clean up the wiring.

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