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post #1 of 8 Old 10-29-2015, 05:56 PM Thread Starter
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GenRight Off Road: New 6" Aluminum Fenders!

Fir those of you that live in states that require full tire coverage, we are introducing new fenders!!

Front: http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ductid=TFF8820



Rear: http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ductid=TFR8021



And if you live in astate that requires full tire coverage, chances are you'll need a full width front bumper as well: http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ductid=FBB8295



You can use code GRCHRISH to save 10% off any GenRight product (non-closeout or sale) on our website.

Questions? Let us know!!

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Do you have any pictures of the flares mounted up? I'm curious to see if they have enough coverage for a typical setup. Something like a 37x12.50 mounted on a 17x9, 4.50 BS wheel.

I've been in the market for a wide set of flares with enough coverage for quite a while. We have really strict laws about tire coverage here and right now the only options are the new JCR flares or the over priced River Raiders. I'm glad to see another wide flare on the market.
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Do you have any pictures of the flares mounted up? I'm curious to see if they have enough coverage for a typical setup. Something like a 37x12.50 mounted on a 17x9, 4.50 BS wheel.

I've been in the market for a wide set of flares with enough coverage for quite a while. We have really strict laws about tire coverage here and right now the only options are the new JCR flares or the over priced River Raiders. I'm glad to see another wide flare on the market.
Not yet. Everyone is in SEMA mode: builds, getting parts to partners, packing, new displays, etc.

The plan is to take pics of the new "no flares", the standard 4" flares and the 6" on the same Jeep and from the same angle. These are roughly 4" wider than your stock flares. These new flares make the Jeep 77" wide at the edge of the flare.

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Not yet. Everyone is in SEMA mode: builds, getting parts to partners, packing, new displays, etc.

The plan is to take pics of the new "no flares", the standard 4" flares and the 6" on the same Jeep and from the same angle. These are roughly 4" wider than your stock flares. These new flares make the Jeep 77" wide at the edge of the flare.
Totally understandable. One of these days I'll have to make it to this glorious SEMA.

77" wide sounds almost perfect for my setup. I'm right around there when i was measuring my tire to tire while adjusting toe. I'll put these flares on the short list and wait for the pictures. Thanks!
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And some pictures! Now, the Terremoto is running RockJock 60s, 13.5" tires, etc so this is not what indicative of what stock axle housings would look like with these fenders.








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That looks pretty good. Even with the wider Currie axles. With the stock axles and moderate backspacing on the wheels, that should provide full coverage or at least enough to keep me under the radar.
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Looks good !!!

2007 JKR | PSC Big bore box | Rock Krawler 3.5" x-factor arms l SteerSmarts YETI track bar, tie rod, no drill flipped drag link, Griffin | Synergy frame brace | 37x12.5x17 Nitto RG's | Dana front DS | Fox IFP shocks | Artec front armor kit/Currie JJ's | Teraflex rear axle bracket | EVO Rockstars | Ridged D's, A pillar mounts | VKS sliders l Trek Armor seat covers | Superchips/Sprint booster | Savvy half doors w/ Bestop uppers
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I will keep an eye on these.
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