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New "No Flares" from GenRight Offroad!

These "No Flares" simply fill in the spot left behind when you remove your factory fenders. They give you the "phantom" look. They work for 2 or 4 doors JKs and they're easy to install!



Front: http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ductid=TFF8620



Rear: http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ductid=TFR8620

And only $99 per end!!

Questions? Let us know!

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Any pics on a vehicle?
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Any pics on a vehicle?
Not yet. These things are brand new!!

They simply fill in the gap left behind when you remove the factory flares. They are flush with the body.

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Figures I just shelled out $1800 for fenders (aluminum, LineX and installed) and now they come out with these lmao... Great idea! Especially the rears. I ran no rear fenders for years.


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Sound and looks real similar to the Ace Fender Delete kit, without seeing them installed of course ( http://www.aceengineeringandfab.com/...Kit_p_150.html ) but about $100 cheaper!! Not often you can say that about a Genright product!

Will yours sit flush with the side of the tub or be recessed just a little like the Ace ones?
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Not yet. These things are brand new!!

They simply fill in the gap left behind when you remove the factory flares. They are flush with the body.
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Sound and looks real similar to the Ace Fender Delete kit, without seeing them installed of course ( http://www.aceengineeringandfab.com/...Kit_p_150.html ) but about $100 cheaper!! Not often you can say that about a Genright product!

Will yours sit flush with the side of the tub or be recessed just a little like the Ace ones?
Says they're going to be flush.

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post #7 of 56 Old 10-21-2015, 06:32 AM Thread Starter
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Sound and looks real similar to the Ace Fender Delete kit, without seeing them installed of course ( http://www.aceengineeringandfab.com/...Kit_p_150.html ) but about $100 cheaper!! Not often you can say that about a Genright product!

Will yours sit flush with the side of the tub or be recessed just a little like the Ace ones?

Flush.

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Nice! Can't wait to see some installed.
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Cool product...
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are these ready to ship? and we needs installed pics!

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Waiting for installed pics super interested
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i cant be the only one to think these are a waste of money? i dont understand what function it serves, a flat piece of aluminum to cover up holes?

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If I was going to make my own aluminum flares I would probably start with these rather than take the time to try and make them.
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i cant be the only one to think these are a waste of money? i dont understand what function it serves, a flat piece of aluminum to cover up holes?
We're talking about jeeps after all....
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i cant be the only one to think these are a waste of money? i dont understand what function it serves, a flat piece of aluminum to cover up holes?
Folks have expressed a desire to run fenderless. This just cleans up that area if you want to run your Jeep that way. No product is for everyone. These don't sound like they're for you. It's all good.

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Waiting for installed pics. Interesting idea.
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I'll be ur huckleberry! Might have a rear set of these on the way soon. I'll take pics for y'all! I already have the GR aluminum flats, so should look good!
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Figures I just shelled out $1800 for fenders (aluminum, LineX and installed) and now they come out with these lmao... Great idea! Especially the rears. I ran no rear fenders for years.
Cough! $1800 on flares? Daium!!


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Dangit! I've been waiting on installed pics before I ordered and I just want the rears... It looks like you can only order them as a set (front and back) now. Is it gonna stay that way? Or is it just updates to the website and it's not all there yet?
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when they first listed them they had them separate, front and rear. Id call im sure they can split them

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Dangit! I've been waiting on installed pics before I ordered and I just want the rears... It looks like you can only order them as a set (front and back) now. Is it gonna stay that way? Or is it just updates to the website and it's not all there yet?
Give us a call.

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here are some quick pics we got:








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Looks great. If you can how about a straight on front and back. I'm picky I know...
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