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07-11-2012 12:25 PM
Kota7x 4 wheel parts and Quadratec both have the fenders online for a fairly inexpensive price. The texture matches the stock fenders.

Here you go. I believe they sell them separately too.
http://www.quadratec.com/products/12514_01_07.htm
07-11-2012 11:38 AM
Kyle03Sport
Hit a guard rail/fender flare question

On my way into work today, I got caught up in a potential pile-up situation....luckily, I swerved onto the shoulder and didn't get caught in it, but I did "tap" the cement guard rail at about 20 mph. Hit mostly with the bumper, tire and fender flare. The flare (driver's side) has about a softball-sized scrap in it...not the worst thing, but I want to see if I can get a cheap OEM replacement anywhere. Does anyone have any suggestions?

I also need to get the jeep aligned again as a result. Can you guys think of any additional things to look at (with regard to steering/tire/axle) that might have gotten jarred or damaged?

I have to say - this is my first "dust-up" with the jeep....I'm amazed as how little damage there was...we hit a raccoon with my wife's car over Memorial Day, and it was $1200 to fix (granted, it was the biggest racoon I'd ever seen...but geez). The cop came over to me and actually said "does your car have any damage at all?"....I didn't feel the need to correct him in the fact that it's really not a "car"....

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