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Old 03-09-2006, 07:34 AM   #1
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Tj Flares On A Yj?

howdie once more....

Got a question about fender extensions (or flares)
Will a set of tj flares fit on a yj? how do you install them, do I have to drill in the iron of my Jeep, or do they atach to the inside of the flares?

Hope you guys can give me an answer pretty soon, 'cause i can buy a set of fender flares second hand, and don't know how long they will be available, these things go faaaaaaaaaaaast since they cost a lot of euros when bought new.....

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Old 03-09-2006, 08:06 AM   #2
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You'll have to do some serious cutting, but I see it alot. They make a nice mod for the YJ if you want wider flares.

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What do you mean by cutting?
Cut the flares or cut my jeep?
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and will they cover my 31x10.5x? wheels ?

hope so....
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The TJ's have wider openings front and rear, so you will have to cut the sheet metal quite a bit to get them to fit. I don't think they are any wider though. The reason most people swap them is to fit a larger diameter tire in there without rubbing. They will give you enough clearance so the 31's don't rub anymore.
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