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Our fenders blend the aggressive, true “flatty” fender look of the original Jeep to the more modern Wrangler. Our fenders also provide more clearance for a taller tire and more aggressive looks. The MCE-spec TPO plastic will not sag or crack and isUV-stable. A common problem with rigid metal fenders is transferring energy to the Jeep’s body, and denting the panel the flare is attached to. MCE flares are flexible enough to absorb an impact on the trail and save your Jeep’s body.
Gen II fenders 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”). MCE TJ and YJ front fenders are installed over a trimmed OE fender, so the inner fenders and the accessories mounted to them remain untouched. A paper cutting template and instructions are supplied with the fenders.
Our material is so strong, our fenders have a NO fine print LIFETIME warranty to the original buyer against cracking. Cold weather, off-road use, etc. does not affect this warranty.
Is there a similar product that will give coverage of 7 inches, instead of 6"? Thanks Gill
Asked by gill from australia on
Hi Gill, We offer a different brand on the flares that are 7" wide and fit the Jeep TJ's. Here they are, thanks for your inquiry. http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Fender-Flares-Jeep-Fender-Flare-Parts/7-Fender-Flare-Kit.aspx?t_c=80&t_s=409&t_pt=3555&t_pn=RUG11608.01
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from australia on
Can these be painted? If yes, will it flake off as soon as they flex a little?
Asked by Freddie from on
Hi Freddie, Yes, these Gen II flares from Modern Classic are constructed of an extremely durable form of plastic that does not bend easily and they are paintable. Thank you for the inquiry.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from on
What Is the largest size tire can you run with these fenders and no lift?
Asked by Jmayfield56 from chico ca on
Hello, the Modern Classic Enterprise Gen II Edition Flare Kit can fit a 35" tire with no lift as long as you aren't flexing the suspension out too much. It would be safe to stay with a 33" tire if you are planning on going off road. I hope this helps!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from chico ca on