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Jeep Extreme Fenders 4 Inch Flare 77-06 Jeep TJ, LJ, YJ, CJ Rear Aluminum Bare Pair GenRight

Manufacturer: GenRight, Off Road
SKU: TFR-3130-GEN
$499.99
Jeep Extreme Fenders 4 Inch Flare 77-06 Jeep TJ, LJ, YJ, CJ Rear Aluminum Bare Pair GenRight
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This is the New GenRight Aluminum Rear Extreme Tube Flares, 4 inches wide that Tony used on the 2012 Ultimate Adventure. These all metal tube flares are the Newest shape and style for guys running monster tires! Some people refer to this Rear flare as a modified Comp flare. The bottom line it Will keep mud and water from flinging forward AND it is a courtesy attempt to keep the law off your back! Built from tough 1/8 inch thick wall steel tubing and plate, these flares Will let you bash your way through your favorite trail obstacles. Yes, these GenRight tube Rear flares are also bolt-on too, but you can weld them on if you want to. The main reason we don't weld them on is they are replaceable. This is the same version seen on all our GenRight trail rigs for the past two years being bashed on trails almost every weekend. Features: Fits Jeep Wrangler TJ, LJ, YJ, or CJ Fits 40+ inch tires with a Rear axle that has been moved back Cool tube styling and tough trail function Flat Rear flare top plate to match the front GenRight tube front fender models Flare shape is similar to the factory TJ Rear plastic flares for similar tire clearance and look Made with 1.5 inch diameter x .120 inch wall thick tubing and then topped with 1/8 inch thick Aluminum plate As pictured, this Rear flare can fit up to a 42 inch tire Does Not include the corner guards, sold separately This tube flare is also available in a 4 inch wide Steel version too P/N TFR-3100 These tube Rear flares Will fit on standard or Stretch GenRight corners Unpainted Finish Sold As A Pair Notes: This product is sold unfinished and should fitted prior to painting

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