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Old 08-05-2014, 03:16 AM   #1
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Bushwacker flat style fender flares with 33 tire 3.5 inch lift

Anyone have the Bushwacker flat style fender flares please post a pic here. I am thinking to get those but not sure if it looks good with 33 tire and 3.5 inch lift. Thanks a lot

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Old 08-05-2014, 11:31 AM   #2
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33 inch no lift tho
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Old 08-05-2014, 02:58 PM   #3
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33 inch no lift tho
looks nice with no lift. I just not sure if the 3.5 inch lift with the flare will make the tire looks too small...
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Old 08-05-2014, 03:48 PM   #4
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Bushwacker Flat-style (7in ?) - Toyo Back Country 33x12.5x15 and what I believe is a 3.5 in lift.

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Bushwacker Flat-style (7in ?) - Toyo Back Country 33x12.5x15 and what I believe is a 3.5 in lift.

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thanks for the pic. Do you feel that the tire looks too small with the flat style?
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Not at all. The tires look proportionate. The extra room is nice for articulation.
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Old 08-05-2014, 08:29 PM   #7
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First pic is with 33's and second with 35's. Both pics have the same 3.5 lift. I think the 33's with the flat fenders made them look a little small, but I had a lot of flex room!
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33's with 2" lift. looks good. Little buyist though....
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First pic is with 33's and second with 35's. Both pics have the same 3.5 lift. I think the 33's with the flat fenders made them look a little small, but I had a lot of flex room!
35's looks a lot better to me, any closer pic?
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35's and BW. Absolute junk!
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Old 08-06-2014, 01:21 AM   #11
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Old 08-06-2014, 02:34 AM   #12
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33's with 2" lift. looks good. Little buyist though....
nice jeep! I think if I go with 3.5 inch lift, then the Pocket style will looks better. But If i keep my 2 inch right now I will go the flat style.
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looks nice with no lift. I just not sure if the 3.5 inch lift with the flare will make the tire looks too small...
That's what my problem is also that's why I am still think about witch lift I should get
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Old 08-19-2014, 03:27 AM   #14
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Sooo Do you have to increase your bump stops to run bigger tires on flat flares?
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4' lift w/ 33's

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Here is mine. 4.5 Rubicon Express with JKS acos. Total lift of 6". 35" Mickey Thompson MTZ, bushwhacker Flat Fenders.

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4' lift w/ 33's

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THANK YOU for posting this. I spotted some bushwackers on a local JK the other day and it was the first time I've really liked a pair of flares that weren't just trimmed stockers, but I didn't pay enough attention to his lift and tire size (it was a JK anyway) and the above photos had me worried I'd not like the look. But my jeep's also dark, which I think helps keep the 33" tires from looking too small like they might on lighter colours.

This setup looks killer though.
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35's and BW. Absolute junk!
Are you saying Bushwackers are junk? I was thinking about getting them also, could you please explain your opinion?
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Are you saying Bushwackers are junk? I was thinking about getting them also, could you please explain your opinion?

They arent called bushcrackers for a reason. They are hard plastic and will crack. I run the Xenons and they are flexible.

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