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post #1 of 27 Old 12-05-2008, 10:22 AM Thread Starter
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Flat Fenders

You got em? Post pics of them and what type they are.


Also, more importantly... I'm looking for pics of the Xenon Flat Fender that are 1.6 inch wider and what people think/know about them.


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I have the narrows. I like em all right. Get your rig dirty - but that sort of fits my personality.



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I have the narrows. I like em all right. Get your rig dirty - but that sort of fits my personality.
That's true... thats one of the reasons i was looking at the wider ones...
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what have you got up your sleeve??
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what have you got up your sleeve??
my muscles that i call Thunder and Lightning.. PA-DOW!!!!


You know how i wanted the bushwacker flares...well i found these and they are cheaper...
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and here i put them to work




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git rid of those ugly fenders and got some custom tube work by venom customs

Thats ill cause they act a different way with me
I feel like no body wanna playa with me
thats real cause they treat me
like a stain on their clothes
they treat me like i got a red nose
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very nice, widow. i want a custom job like that.
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Strange signature.

Man those are really nice looking tubes. I like the "exo-cage approach. Looks like a good start to caging the rest of it. Can't tell from the pic if the fenderpanels have been cut back to match the lines of the tube work, or if its just painted black, but it really looks great.

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Man those are really nice looking tubes. I like the "exo-cage approach. Looks like a good start to caging the rest of it. Can't tell from the pic if the fenderpanels have been cut back to match the lines of the tube work, or if its just painted black, but it really looks great.

yes there was a lot of cutting done the the fenderwels im pretty sure i could get 40s in there with a little more back spacing

Thats ill cause they act a different way with me
I feel like no body wanna playa with me
thats real cause they treat me
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Still very much in prototype status. Upon finalizing they'll be available with steel or diamond tread tops, and will be braced up front to keep them sturdy. They'll also incorporate a front marker light.




I no longer work with Warrior. I am now working with The FIRM.
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Still very much in prototype status. Upon finalizing they'll be available with steel or diamond tread tops, and will be braced up front to keep them sturdy. They'll also incorporate a front marker light.



these look good but i think they shouldnt stick out so far i mean thats one of the biggest metal flares ive ever seen.

Thats ill cause they act a different way with me
I feel like no body wanna playa with me
thats real cause they treat me
like a stain on their clothes
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these look good but i think they shouldnt stick out so far i mean thats one of the biggest metal flares ive ever seen.
Hey I met you down at XRRA in the Springs, i was the one that got Hazy's # from you, i called him a couple of time but had some crap happen and now i don't have the money to get it down, welcome aboard!


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Still very much in prototype status. Upon finalizing they'll be available with steel or diamond tread tops, and will be braced up front to keep them sturdy. They'll also incorporate a front marker light.



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Hey I met you down at XRRA in the Springs, i was the one that got Hazy's # from you, i called him a couple of time but had some crap happen and now i don't have the money to get it down, welcome aboard!

cool you here looking to get a rear bumper right

Thats ill cause they act a different way with me
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these look good but i think they shouldnt stick out so far i mean thats one of the biggest metal flares ive ever seen.
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Still very much in prototype status.
As of right now that set matches the width of a 35" tire pretty well, so it'd be good for someone wanting to cover a larger tire. Everyones wants for flares varies, usually based on their local law enforcement.

However, one of the things we're waiting on is a new tubing bender to arrive, which will allow us to do tighter radius' and will therein allow us to build narrow versions as well.

FYI, these are 6.5" wide in the rear for perspective.

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cool you here looking to get a rear bumper right
Yea, you had that Teraflex one right?


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I have to have the tires covered here in the Peoples Republic Of Commiechusetts.... PITA. Right now with 35's the OEM flares just do the trick, well... the tires stick out some but not enough to be an issue. I'm going to be putting on some Spidertrax spacers soon and come spring will probably be upgrading to 37's. At that time these wider flares will come in handy.
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I got the narrows myself.



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Hey I met you down at XRRA in the Springs, i was the one that got Hazy's # from you, i called him a couple of time but had some crap happen and now i don't have the money to get it down, welcome aboard!
Dude, I saw you on Arapahoe rd the other day....Your jeep looks great!

I 100% recommend Hazy....he works quickly and efficiently and helped me with a radiator hoop on my stubby...

Considering having him do the same tube fenders and sliders he did for White Widow.....
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