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Old 01-24-2020, 01:01 PM
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Hey all... New here. does anybody have any opinions on Yitamotor fenders? I saw them on Amazon and they are pretty dang cheap! Wondering if there are any real world experiences with them. TIA

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Old 01-24-2020, 02:40 PM   #4
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I bought the hikotor fenders from Amazon. They are steel fenders with all the holes lining up to stock. I also bought a nutsert tool which made it extremely fast and easy to install 38 nutserts, and refinished them using raptor liner because there are complaints of rusting.
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There are a ton of vendors on EBay and Amazon selling knockoff Jeep parts. Most of them come out of the same factories. A few even make it to the USA and are sold by well known aftermarket companies. Just don't expect the quality control to be excellent and be ready to do some "tweaking" to them. A lot of them are very serviceable, just not as nicely made as some top of the line American built parts.
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