Just an FYI for when you decide to cut them, wish I would've found this out prior to doing mine, alot of people use a sawzall or pneumatic saw, i used a HF one, thing actually moved so fast it melted it back together after it made its cut.
struggled with the fronts, holding everything from flapping, getting a clean cut, etc. did the front with saw. rear was parked out in the sun (AZ August sun) and i was actually able to take a utility knife with a new blade and slice thru the rear flare like butter. shit blew me away. went and did the other side, again, right thru it. so i decided to let the fronts warm up in the sun and cleaned them up. You will still have to use the saw on the supporting plastic underneath on the fronts tho.
long story short, if you dont have the saw and all that crap, try a new utility knife. being winter you may need to heat up the flares with a hair dryer or heat gun, the AZ sun is pretty brutal and they were good and soft.
'64 CJ-5, '74 Bronco, '79 CJ-7, '84 CJ-7, '92 XJ, '96 XJ, '99 XJ, '01 TJ, '01 XJ, 2013 JKU.
2013 Commando Green JKU
35x12.50/17 Falken Rocky Moutain ATS
2.5 RK X-Factor
17" Black Rock Vipers
Cut Stock Flares
Diablo Sport Trinity (garbage)
Sleeve, Truss, ARB, Chromo D30