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03-04-2011 11:13 AM
Jerry Bransford Yep for sure MCE's are the most budget friendly fenders you'll find. One thing to keep in mind about the uber-strong steel tubular fenders is that they are so strong, that bumping into them too hard on the trail can tweak the tub enough that the doors won't close properly afterwards. That's one reason I really like my MCE fenders... they flex.

Here's mine with JK turn signals up front and amber LED side markers...

03-04-2011 11:08 AM
cavediverjc Not really budget friendly, but I love my Genright G3s......



After fitting, prior to paint and turn signal relocation...
03-04-2011 10:19 AM
JeepCreeper I've been looking into flat/tube fenders myself. From my searching I think the MCE is probably the most budget friendly I've found.

The Bushwacker Flat fenders are another one I'm thinking about. They run around $400 for the set. A plus is that I don't have to replace the front turn signal.

I really like Metalcloak, but I haven't won the lottery yet.
03-04-2011 10:17 AM
TJe0454
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Originally Posted by JeepCreeper View Post
I've been looking into flat/tube fenders myself. From my searching I think the MCE is probably the most budget friendly I've found.

I really like Metalcloak, but I haven't won the lottery yet.
true. i would prefer metal ones, but the MCE's are $186ish
03-04-2011 10:15 AM
JeepCreeper I've been looking into flat/tube fenders myself. From my searching I think the MCE is probably the most budget friendly I've found.

I really like Metalcloak, but I haven't won the lottery yet.
03-04-2011 09:24 AM
TJe0454
ideas on new front fenders?

im looking into getting some new front fenders along the lines of MCE fenders. does anyone have experience with aftermarket fenders? budget friendly please

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