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Old 04-09-2007, 06:29 PM   #1
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Hi' Im a newbie and was wondering where to get tubular fenders. I was at SEMA this past year and saw some unlimiteds with them and was wondering where to get them? Thanks

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Old 04-09-2007, 06:45 PM   #2
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T&T Customs make some. I think the most popular are made by PoisonSpyderCustoms... SimpleScout has them. I know there are a few other makes but am unsure of who makes them.

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Old 04-09-2007, 07:24 PM   #5
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yep ask Scout hes the one i remember I'm preatty sure he'll post a pic but every time i see it i love em!!! Just out of curiosity how does the wrangler compare to the hummer?
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the first web site says that it allows you to use a larger tire without more lift
could i run 33's with homemade tube fenders and a 2" BL 1"MML and save a bunch of $$
or will not have enough flex/ will i rub alot off rd
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Actually 2BL should be enough to clear the bigger tires. 3" overall lift is best for 33s but i gues 2" with higher fenders will do the same thing. You can also add budged boost later on which is another ~2" of suspension lift so ~4" in the end
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Old 04-09-2007, 09:31 PM   #8
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I know there are gonna be 50 other people tell you this but you don't really want to go higher than 1 inch with a BL. You would be better off to go ahead and get the 2 in. BB from the get go and maybe do a 1 in. BL to get a little extra clearance.
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yeah, you won't like the 2" BL.
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TnT Customs - http://www.tntcustoms.com/webv5/default.asp
Poison Spyder - https://www.spydercustoms.com/index2.php
Metal Fusion - http://www.metalfusionfab.com/off_road.htm
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Smittybuilt - They may be out-of-business but some catalogue companies are still selling "leftovers".
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Thanks Jeepers! Now I need to figure out which ones I want. Thanks Again! I looking to put a 2" body lift and 36" tires.
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you'll need a 3" Suspension and maybe a 1" BL with the fenders for 36's
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you'll need a 3" Suspension and maybe a 1" BL with the fenders for 36's
he might clear with the REV111 fenders. None of the others come close. And depending on the 36" tire most of the other fenders will have less clearance than a regular fender
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Good to know! I have a 4" FT and 2" spacers up front. Do you think that will work?
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I am looking at the 36" IROKS.
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wow you got the 4" long arm kit plus 2" spacers on top of that? thhats 6" and it should let you run 36s with no problem.. preatty much id add 1.25 body lift on top of that to help a bit and call it done since that would be like 7" lift for 36 which is enough
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wow you got the 4" long arm kit plus 2" spacers on top of that? thhats 6" and it should let you run 36s with no problem.. preatty much id add 1.25 body lift on top of that to help a bit and call it done since that would be like 7" lift for 36 which is enough
In my opinion that is too much. He should ditch the 2" spacer lift and add the 1.25 body lift. If he runs the REV111s he could probably even ditch the body lift.

The 36" iroks measure more like a 37. I cleared the 37" trxus, which measured over 37, on RE3.5s and a 1.25 body lift.
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what rear axle do you have? im assuming the 44 since your locked in the rear with 35's...
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Old 04-10-2007, 10:09 AM   #19
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Yep its the stock rear. I am in the process of looking for a new rear and front axels. I have talked with Currie and Strange but havent decided which to go with yet.
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the Rokmen high clearance fenders will clear 37"s with 4" of lift as they have theirs setup......(they are not producing them just yet, though)










those will be a sweet setup if/when they go into production.
run a TNT Customs or Nth* high clearance long arm setup with 3" springs, a 1" BL, a flat belly, and 37" tires and you'll have a pretty LOG jeep with fantastic amount of ground clearance.
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Keep in mind those are paired with a high clearance hood too.
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sure, but all they are using is a cut stock hood. they are not using the AEV high clearance hood. it's just cut clean down the body line.
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You're right, it is the stock hood. I just wanted to be clear that with the fenders alone you won't be able to accomplish running that large of a tire.

I never mentioned it being the AEV hood.
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acutally from that pic that was on bottom of page 3 he would be able to fit them but they will rub under little flex Compare the front to the rear fenders lol
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WOW! that pic on page 2 is killer.That is the way I want mine set up like.I had heard about the hood clearence issue as well. But I will do what it takes to make room for the 36s.Thanks for all the feed back Jeepers. Keep it coming!

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