HookeRoad Jeep TJ Fender Flares for Jeep Wrangler TJ 1997-2006

Hooke Road Front & Rear Flat Fender Flares(97-06 Jeep Wrangler TJ)


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Original Price $299.99
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Name: Jeep Wrangler TJ Front & Rear Flat Fender Flares

    Feature

    • Fits 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ
    • Powder-coated for immediate use and durability. The Fender Flares are 100% steel construction special resistance rust prevention it's more solid than aluminum.
    • 1.5mm Thick Carbon Steel Plate and Textured Black Powder Coating Finish. Flexible, Shatter-resistant, perfectly contour to wheel wells.
    • Matte Black color and weight 29.6 lbs. Covers up existing scratches-provide your vehicle with a new look.
    • Medium installation and drilling required.

    Packaged include:

    • 1 x Jeep TJ  Flat Fender Flares(Front and Rear Fender Flares included)
    • Mounting?Hardware

    Dimension

    Detail about Jeep Wrangler TJ Flat Fender Flares

    • Constructed of cold-rolled carbon steel, the 0.059" thick plate.
    • There is a paint textured coat on the surface.

    Add Wheel Clearance Needed: Featuring a thin design, these fenders open up your Wrangler TJs wheel well while adding an aggressive off-road look. These stylish flares provide additional tire coverage while maintaining a clean look.
    Durable Construction:?Constructed of cold-rolled carbon steel, this 1.5mm thick plate is made to withstand brush, rocks, and other trail hazards. The textured black powder coating keeps the fenders from rusting or having water stains that have made Opar's products top quality.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 13 reviews
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    A
    Ajay Ben
    Great fit

    Kinda thin. fit well. would probably buy again

    K
    Kadin Schinner
    I like them

    They look great dont line up at all really and expect to drill holes on both rear and front the directions dont really say what screws to put where so kinda just guessed but they still look good on the jeep

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    Ayinde Samuel
    a hidden gem

    To start, I am a 18 year old high school student and I want to shed light on the reality and what your buying here. When I bought this there was little to not reviews, the images were weird, I had no background on the company, i knew it was a Chinese company. But alas I wanted some temporary fenders until I could afford metal cloak so these $159.99 front AND rear flat metal fenders came to the rescue. A deal I simply could not find anywhere.I love my Jeep and I want to put quality products on it, these seemed off and I was very skeptical. I received them in the mail and they were each individually bubble wrapped and tucked very nicely. I was missing hardware but were Jeepers, we can rig shit up no problem.I had to drill some holes to get the rear fenders on and drill to get some holes to widen to fit larger bolts on as I actually use my Jeep rather than hop curbs and take cool pictures on rocks...Anyways, they fit up very nicely and look amazing. The paint seems very durable and the metal is decently thick, it is absolutely worth the $160 no questions asked. I just could not bring myself to buy any other metal fenders, they are so expensive and these are so cheap. They are not amazing quality but for $160 I would say they are the best of the worst.I really do not know how to tip you, I think you should buy these over any brand unless you going to spend $1000+ dollars on fenders.I know nothing of the brand or customer service but from a amazon purchase to the door to the Jeep. I am satisfied and I think these make amazing fenders.Take a look at them on my Jeep too! ;)

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    Estel Cassin
    Overall satisfied

    These flares are sturdy. Gave me plenty of more clearance for my bigger tires (35's) on a 3.5" lift. I was rubbing my factory fenders flares when I went off roading. Be prepared to drill a few holes since they don't quite line up to factor holes, but what can you expect for $150. Over all I think they will be great for years to come.

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    Christine Feest
    These flares look good but don't fit well on my 2000 TJ

    Poor fit

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