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post #1 of 26 Old 01-18-2010, 09:16 AM Thread Starter
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psc crusher flares and body armor installed

ok here are a few i just took and sorry it was dark had to use shop lights.











hope you all enjoy and look for the body armor pictures later cause I ran out of time.

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so nice! I want to see the rear along side now!

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Looks good! Let's see some pix of the Body Armor too
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Looks good! Let's see some pix of the Body Armor too
thanks guys the armor will have to wait till next weekend tho.

how long of a wait is is for the jk rear crusher corners realistically. i may just order the rear crushers and do corners when they come out but i sure would like the all in one's.

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How was the fitment of the front flares on your 2010? Did all the holes line up okay? I am not talking about the ones you have to drill, but rather the stock hole fitment to the flare holes.
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Did they come painted like that or did you paint them and if you did what did you use? It looks like a matte black... I like it. Your Jeep is very similar to what I want to do to mine so I am very jealous...
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WOW!! That is just awesome.. I love PSC fenders.. They are the only ones that seem to match my Shrockworks rails..

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Man... I love those flares. Looking forward to the armour pics as well!!!
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is it me or is the fender itself buckled a bit???


is that from the PSC install or from before??
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How was the fitment of the front flares on your 2010? Did all the holes line up okay? I am not talking about the ones you have to drill, but rather the stock hole fitment to the flare holes.
they fit very well. i do have a little gap up towards the front of the flare. i am very anal when it comes to matching up and fitment and i was very happy with them.

edit sorry didn't answer all your questions so i will now and then some.

yes all the holes lined up perfectly. if you take your time and put in all the bolts but don't tighten them down till you have all of them in they fit great. i think to many people just half ass it and don't fully follow all the directions. unless you have done this before it will take more than an 1.5 hours like several have said. i spent about 4 to 5 hours of actual work on them, and i had some extra hands to help out.

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Did they come painted like that or did you paint them and if you did what did you use? It looks like a matte black... I like it. Your Jeep is very similar to what I want to do to mine so I am very jealous...
i used dupi-color bed liner in a can. 3 coats 5 min between each and a final touch up after i installed them (on the jeep). i like this coating a lot and when i scratch them i have a cardboard temp i cut out to cover up my jeeps paint and i just spray away.

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is it me or is the fender itself buckled a bit???


is that from the PSC install or from before??
i don't see any buckle but maybe you see better than me?

they look great and i couldn't be happier. my only problem was a clip on nut for the inner brace didn't want to take a bolt. they are sending me another. the packaging was great and everything showed up on time and in good condition (well my hat got smashed up).


i am so happy with them i was going to wait on rears but what do you know i orderd them yesterday. so stay tuned for the pictures of those the weekend after this one. body armor this weekend and then the rear crushers next weekend.

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they fit very well. i do have a little gap up towards the front of the flare. i am very anal when it comes to matching up and fitment and i was very happy with them.

edit sorry didn't answer all your questions so i will now and then some.

yes all the holes lined up perfectly. if you take your time and put in all the bolts but don't tighten them down till you have all of them in they fit great. i think to many people just half ass it and don't fully follow all the directions. unless you have done this before it will take more than an 1.5 hours like several have said. i spent about 4 to 5 hours of actual work on them, and i had some extra hands to help out.
Thanks... I noticed the gap at the front as well. I wasn't sure how I'd like it once everything was done, but I never got that far to see. Following the directions exactly, I was only able to get one hole to line up? The rest were off a 1/4 inch or more?! Not really happy with that, but shit happens. They are going to look into this and replace the fenders.... like I said, not happy, but they are working to making it right. Glad yours came out nicely.... hopefully soon I'll not be as envious.
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what i was referring to is that top of the fender doesnt seem to align with the hood, thats what i meant by buckled it looks like the top of the fender is pushed outwards a bit

but i could be wrong
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i used dupi-color bed liner in a can. 3 coats 5 min between each and a final touch up after i installed them (on the jeep). i like this coating a lot and when i scratch them i have a cardboard temp i cut out to cover up my jeeps paint and i just spray away.

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lol i don't think i am quite up to martha's standards but thanks. i am getting ready to put on the body armor now. so hopefullly i will have some pictures up later tonight.

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Thanks... I noticed the gap at the front as well. I wasn't sure how I'd like it once everything was done, but I never got that far to see. Following the directions exactly, I was only able to get one hole to line up? The rest were off a 1/4 inch or more?! Not really happy with that, but shit happens. They are going to look into this and replace the fenders.... like I said, not happy, but they are working to making it right. Glad yours came out nicely.... hopefully soon I'll not be as envious.
i had some problems too, with fitment of driver side, holes were off by 1/8 ish. but that didn't prevent from continuing the install. thats what dremels are for.

also the bolt thats is near hood latch, there is a small gap and once you tighten it gap does away, however the gap between grill and fender buckles.

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Did you get the aluminum armor or the steel armor. Im all up in the air about it because i dont knwo how i feel about bugered up aluminum.
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