|11-14-2007 11:20 PM|
|RIPBiker13||And expensive to boot! But I think they're worth it!|
|11-14-2007 10:47 PM|
|11-14-2007 09:53 PM|
If you want flares that will last you take take the route I am...
The company is TNT Customs
|11-14-2007 09:25 PM|
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:
|11-14-2007 09:06 PM|
|TeeJay||wider stock style. I try to avert my eyes when 'pocket flares' are around.|
|11-14-2007 09:00 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 08:55 PM|
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 07:33 PM|
I'm curious as to the size of the flares posted 4 3/4 or 6 in.?
|11-14-2007 05:25 PM|
Don't have a black Jeep pic...
|11-14-2007 04:43 PM|
Pic Request - Bushwacker flares
Preferably on a black jeep but any will do.Thanks!