2003 JEEP WRANGLER TJ  - MCE Fenders Gen II Flexible Fender Flare Kit (Textured Black) - FFTJG2-4.5 - FFTJG2-4.5| 4WD.com
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2003 JEEP WRANGLER TJ  - MCE Fenders Gen II Flexible Fender Flare Kit (Textured Black) - FFTJG2-4.5 - FFTJG2-4.5

MCE Fenders Gen II Flexible Fender Flare Kit (Textured Black) - FFTJG2-4.5

MCE Fenders | Part Number: MCEFFTJG2-4.5


  • Quantity: Sold as a set of 4
  • Width/Coverage: 4.5 Inches
  • Fitment: Direct Fit
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • In_Stock: In Stock


  • 97-06 Wrangler TJ/LJ
  • Texture black
  • Flexible TPO plastic
  • Front and rear
  • 4.5" tire coverage
  • Lights sold separately
  • Lifetime warranty against cracking
  • Made in the USA


Made in the USA. These patented fenders are drastically unlike any other fenders on the market today. While providing 1-2" of extra tire clearance, they blend the aggressive true flatty fender of the original Jeep to the TJ. The MCE-spec TPO plastic will not sag or crack and is UV-stable. They have a LIFETIME warranty to the original buyer against cracking. Gen II flares are black in color with an OE-like surface texture, while the Gen III flares are glossy smooth with a realistic carbon fiber look (Flexible Carbon Fiber) or silver brushed stainless/aluminum look (Silver Edition), only noticed up close. The fenders (and matching rear flares) are available in 3", 4.5", or 6" of tire coverage. Lifetime warranty to original buyer against cracking, no fine print.



These things work and hold up just like they say they do. Why spend $600+ on metal/solid style fenders that if bounced off a rock/tree etc.. Are in most cases going to be done for. These look great and should you bang em into something they flex just like MCE claims they do. I tagged a pretty good size Fir tree with my left front MCE and it folded in and popped right back out. Tad bit of a scuff but not as bad as a solid style would have looked like. IMO these are great.

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