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Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares

Posted in How To on November 1, 2002
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When you install wheels that are wider than the outer lip of your TJ's stock fender flares, you'd better be prepared for flying mud, grime and rocks. One solution is Bushwacker's new bolt-on Pocket Style fender flares. These flares are manufactured of Bushwacker's exclusive new Dura-Flex 2000, an incredibly strong, high-performance material. The kit comes complete with four 6-inch-wide flares, two stoneguards, edge-trim tape, mounting hardware and chrome and black snap caps. Jeep YJ and CJ owners can achieve the same appearance and protection with Bushwacker's cut-out fender flares, and they provide ample room for cutting inside the wheelwell to permit maximum wheel articulation.

It took Attitude Performance in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, about three hours to completely install the Bushwacker flares from start to finish, and the resulting coverage has effectively eliminated foreign objects and material from being flung by the tires into our lap. That's a good thing.

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