|09-22-2006 09:50 PM|
egh... installed a set of their flared fenders and wasn't all that impressed. Now my BTF fenders were a breeze.
This was right after the jeep was painted.
|09-22-2006 07:05 PM|
|bluvikng||Poison Spyder flat fendors, are the bomb. They are very well constructed, and look awesome. You can not go wrong with this product. I have them on my YJ, and they look tough. I do not plan on using it as a pivot point on the rocks. They are just awesome armor, for any occasion. You have to understand that the Phoenix bunch, play very hard, and think that all parts of a Jeep should be used for leverage against the rocks. It makes me smile, within, thinking about it.|
|09-22-2006 06:41 PM|
|1BLKJP||The only thing that bothers me about Spyders flat fenders is their sole reliance on the grill to be the mounting point up front. If you were to hit those things on a rock then in my opinion you would have a very good chance to bending the grill support which will in turn cause a host of problems between the fan and the radiator.|
|09-22-2006 01:46 PM|
A buddy of mine has Poison Spider on two of his Jeeps and loves 'em. I can tell you they look great and are on my never ending list of upgrades
I know someone else who has Smittybilt, IMO, they were not proportional to the Jeep and looked too narrow.
|09-22-2006 12:16 PM|
|mrbigjeep||metal fusion, rock crawler, and smittybilt all make tube fenders also but poison spyder makes some good stuff and would probably be the best bet for tube fenders|
|09-22-2006 10:45 AM|
My wife wrecked our Jeep about a week ago, finally, we get the money from our insurance company to get it fixed. The fenders are a little messed up, but not too bad. I was thinking about the Poison Spyder Tube Fenders, the ones without flare. Anyone put them on? Looks like it could be fun.