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post #1 of 61 Old 08-13-2008, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
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Steel tube Fenders

High clearance steel tube fenders.
Available in bare steel or with the fine textured Gatorhyde finish.
$999 for a set of four.
Availble in factory width and narrow width
Includes all stainless steel mounting hardware and instructions.
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post #2 of 61 Old 08-13-2008, 08:38 PM
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I donít like the gator stuff look. How much for bare metal?
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If I could afford them I would have them...

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Same as superman if i could afford them i would have them but i have to save and firt things first i need a lift kit

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I don't like... one slip up and its bent and damaged or damage the body. Plastic fenders can be more forgiving.
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Actually the tube fenders will hold up lots better than plastic. I just scraped the crap out of mine and except for the scratch that can be repainted, you cant tell i wacked them. A plastic fender would ahve been ripped off. The tube fender spreads the load over the entire fender so it has more area to absorb the hit. Your puny side is strengthened by the tube fender.

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Any idea how wide these are in relation to the OEM flares? I just munched the DS front flare this weekend.
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They are available in factory width or 2.25'' narrower
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I like ORE version, here is a set with my 38's .

Note this is with a Full Traction (3") Ultimate lift.
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Tube Fenders

Whats the turn around time on the EVO's? I have been hitting Mel up in ref. to the Fox Bumpstop set up and have not heard any response back. Are these fenders on back order? Are they worth 1800$ for front and rears? Thanks for your input.

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Whats the turn around time on the EVO's? I have been hitting Mel up in ref. to the Fox Bumpstop set up and have not heard any response back. Are these fenders on back order? Are they worth 1800$ for front and rears? Thanks for your input.
Yes and yes,

but the shipping time to IRAQ you may want to speak to him direct.

Last I heard they are ready to ship out.
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Puddlz,

What lift do you have on there? It looks great with those fenders and big ass Michelins. The silver looks much better than the two-tone look too.

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What lift do you have on there? It looks great with those fenders and big ass Michelins. The silver looks much better than the two-tone look too.

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Hey Brian

I have the Full Traction 3" Ultimate lift.
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Wow, only 3"? Those don't look stuffed either. Great job!

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I like ORE version, here is a set with my 38's .

Note this is with a Full Traction (3") Ultimate lift.
Got rid of the cop car effect huh? That looks much better

Those tires look TUFF

I say we go flex that thing...

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Puddlz,

Your rig looks awesome. I'm jealous
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Your rig looks awesome. I'm jealous
Welcome to the club,

You've got the 37's happening
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Real nice. Like to see them around the 750.00 range.
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1/4 panels too ???
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We will soon offer our rear tube fenders and our crusher corners as one unit.

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We will soon offer our rear tube fenders and our crusher corners as one unit.
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High clearance steel tube fenders.
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Saw these @ the offroad expo in person, great looking to see in person, very impressive job RR.

BUT, your Jeeps need to loose the stickers of you know what I mean.
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Damn cheap ass bondo work!

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