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Are there any metal fenders that are shaped like the stock fenders? I run a full width front bumper and want to keep that look but would like a tough fender.
Maybe I have been looking in the wrong places.

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There are some full width fenders out there, but I don't think that there are any that are identical to the OEM fenders. That being said, I believe that the ones that are out there- like the Poison Spyders and River Raiders follow the lines of the front qtr panels VERY well.

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Smittybilt has some that look like stock fenders that were chopped.

Nemesis Industries has Aluminum fenders that somewhat follow the stock shape..but are wayyy tougher and give way more clearance.

There is another company that makes fenders....that look identical to stock...I just can't place the name...I just recently saw them...

Also a company that makes stock like fenders that are removable for the trail...I'm having a brain fart...so can't remember either company..

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There are some full width fenders out there, but I don't think that there are any that are identical to the OEM fenders. That being said, I believe that the ones that are out there- like the Poison Spyders and River Raiders follow the lines of the front qtr panels VERY well.
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Found them:

Trailmods "Removable Fender Flares" Look exactly like stock.

http://www.trailmods.com/

sorry only place I know of to get them.

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Found them:

Trailmods "Removable Fender Flares" Look exactly like stock.

http://www.trailmods.com/

sorry only place I know of to get them.
Actually if you look closer the front of them are cut at an angle AND they are 3 inches wider than stock so you still run into the same problem as all the other flares out there; they look like [email protected]#% with full width bumpers.

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Ace makes steel fenders too
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Xenon has the standard fenders but their urethane. Ive never seen standard metal fenders just the flaties. Maybe check Nemesis?? They have aluminum ones that are pretty close to standard.

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