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DeFenders are fabricated entirely from CNC laser-cut, precision brake-formed 3/16" plate lightweight 6061-T6 aluminum. The DeFender has an extra "return", or lip along the underside of the fender, which provides better protection from cutting into a fully stuffed tire, while also lending extra strength to the outer edge of the fender, where it is most likely to come in contact with rocks, canyon walls, trees, etc.
What is the weight of this product?
Asked by Blackwidow from Riverside, Wa on
Blackwidow, the Poison Spyder Customs Rear DeFender Flares weigh 16 pounds. Thanks for the question!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from Riverside, Wa on
so do i need to cut or modify my hood for the installation
Asked by Dillon from United States on
Hi Dillon, These Poison Spyder Customs DeFender Front Flares require modifications to your hood during the install, thanks for your interest in them.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from United States on
Hi. I was wondering if these will bolt up to the body without the corner armor? Thanks
Asked by Vic from Point Pleasant, NJ on
Hey Vic, the Poison Spyder Customs Rear DeFender Flares will mount straight to the body. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Point Pleasant, NJ on
Poison Spyder Customs has a heritage in hardcore off-road accessories that started when founder Larry McRae was little. McrRae's daddy use to load him up in the Ford Bronco to explore the off-road trails of the southwest. McRae became a professional rock crawler who raced for Nelson & Nelson Racing in the early 2000s. McRae purchased PSC from the Slay family and kept the vision of developing and fabricating high end quality off-road accessories right in the Pomona, California headquarters . McCrae and his wife are members of the Inland Empire 4 Wheel Drive club. McCrae himself is a Past President and Mrs. McCrae is a past Treasurer. Every product produced by PSC starts as a prototype tested on real trails by members of the club. Shop Poison Spyder Customs Now