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12-27-2013 10:31 PM
phanthom Here mine. Stock height (for another week) with 31" 15x10

Attachment 618625
12-25-2013 07:16 PM
TheDesertOutlaw
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Originally Posted by Lumberjack View Post
Hey what are your tire and wheel size for the 33's and the 35's that you have? Just wondering. Looks great
33"x12.5"r15 Interco Trxus MT
15x8" American Racing
4" Pro-Comp Stage I lift



Full rear stuff - slight rub


35"x12.5r15 BFGoodrich AT/KO
15x8" Black Rock D909 (out of production)
4" Pro-Comp Stage I lift w/1" coil spacers
1" Daystar Body lift
12-25-2013 06:43 PM
cantab27



love em......................not
12-25-2013 06:33 PM
Black Bushwacker flats on my '06 Rubi
12-25-2013 05:35 PM
Khwaja ji Pocket flares don't last long , best option is to go for flat flares.
12-25-2013 12:46 PM
Jeep_guy3 Notice how the back one is attached (zip ties), like stated earlier, they break pretty easy. I'm looking for flats or maybe even just extended stock style.
12-25-2013 09:35 AM
TJDave I had Bushwacker Pocket flares on my Jeep many years ago. They broke.

They did a great job at keeping stuff off the side of the Jeep.
But, if you off road in tight trails where you could rub on rocks and trees, they won't last long.

12-25-2013 02:21 AM
ColoradoTJ Here's my black TJ with Bushwackers. Attachment 613065 Attachment 613057 Some flex Attachment 613073
12-24-2013 05:08 PM
Lumberjack
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Originally Posted by TheDesertOutlaw View Post
These painted Bushwacker flares came with the limited-edition Tomb Raider package in mid 2003. They really work great at keeping mud off of the body. 33s tend to stuff nicely while 35s tend to rub. For that reason, I had the rear fenders trimmed at the lip that curves inward. Parked on the beach at sunset north of Ensenada
Hey what are your tire and wheel size for the 33's and the 35's that you have? Just wondering. Looks great
12-24-2013 04:21 PM
JNew93 Attachment 612273

Bought the jeep with the flares all ready on
12-24-2013 10:10 AM
TheDesertOutlaw These painted Bushwacker flares came with the limited-edition Tomb Raider package in mid 2003.




They really work great at keeping mud off of the body.


33s tend to stuff nicely while 35s tend to rub. For that reason, I had the rear fenders trimmed at the lip that curves inward.


Parked on the beach at sunset north of Ensenada
11-14-2007 10:20 PM
RIPBiker13 And expensive to boot! But I think they're worth it!
11-14-2007 09:47 PM
parrot head
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Originally Posted by ripbiker13 View Post
If you want flares that will last you take take the route I am...

The company is TNT Customs
Those are awesome looking!
11-14-2007 08:53 PM
RIPBiker13 If you want flares that will last you take take the route I am...

The company is TNT Customs
11-14-2007 08:25 PM
nicolas-eric donĀ“t go with the bushcrackers. they look very good but they get damaged on light contacts. my omix-ada flares are much more flexible than a friends bushcrackers.

if you want the bushcracker look then better choose the smittybilt fenders, they look the same but are much more affordable:
http://www.4wd.com/productdetails.aspx?partID=4455
11-14-2007 08:06 PM
TeeJay wider stock style. I try to avert my eyes when 'pocket flares' are around.
11-14-2007 08:00 PM
debruins i have just the extension kind, not the pocket kind that have the weird like indents, look like any other brands flare, just 6" farther out
11-14-2007 07:55 PM
Texapple





lasted about 2 yrs....never had a problem until I borrowed Frank's Jeep
..."rubbed" off the passenger's side during an off camber slip through some rocks, and they will crack if you get too close to a tree
11-14-2007 06:33 PM
Cout
Size matters

I'm curious as to the size of the flares posted 4 3/4 or 6 in.?
11-14-2007 04:25 PM
RIPBiker13 Don't have a black Jeep pic...

Found some...

11-14-2007 03:43 PM
dwdrums801
Pic Request - Bushwacker flares

Preferably on a black jeep but any will do.Thanks!

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