|11-04-2011 08:55 AM|
You'll rub offroad still, depending on how you flex....
|11-03-2011 03:05 PM|
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|11-03-2011 01:10 PM|
I too left a bit more lip than some... Easier to remove more later than try to put it back...
|11-03-2011 10:53 AM|
Would i be able to fit 33''s if i trimmed the front fender flares like that?
|11-03-2011 10:19 AM|
I failed miserably trying to use a dremel, then a multi tool. It just gets too hot and it looks like crap. Luckily, I realized this after only getting through 1/4 of the first flare.
The box knife, exacto, razor blade works the best. Just follow your line carefully and slowly. Make a few passes, cutting deeper with each pass. As InfernoGirl mentioned, just bending them in will break them off after the knife.
I left a little more lip on mine than some of the nice Jeeps pictured above. About an inch and a half or so. The fronts are now gone because I put MCE flat fenders on. The lip of the rear flare matches the flare on the flatty fenders.
|11-03-2011 09:44 AM|
|11-03-2011 08:05 AM|
|InfernoGirl||Mark them with chalk or tape or what ever is handy, use a very sharp razor knife/box cutter, and score them along your line, bend it in and peel it off. Sand smooth any stuff stuck inside and finish with a fresh coat of Krylon|
|11-03-2011 12:15 AM|
|jlandroche||im liking how it looks on the rear flares! i just gotta see the fronts now|
|11-02-2011 12:11 PM|
|TJspeed||No tips but the tj i just bought has the rears trimmed. theres A LOT of wheel room now!|
|11-02-2011 12:07 PM|
I was planning on trimming my TJ fender flares for more wheel clearance, Was wondering if anyone knows the best way to go about it, i was just going to cut the side off the fronts, so it gave it a thinner look and i dont know what to do with the rear flares....any tips? easy way to do this?! or can anyone post some examples of what they have done ? appreciate it! thanks