BLKMTN Steel Fender Flares

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SKU:
BMFF4
Weight:
74.00 LBS
Width:
30.00 (in)
Height:
12.00 (in)
Depth:
50.00 (in)
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
  • BLKMTN Steel Fender Flares
  • BLKMTN Steel Fender Flares
  • BLKMTN Steel Fender Flares
  • BLKMTN Steel Fender Flares
  • BLKMTN Steel Fender Flares
  • BLKMTN Steel Fender Flares
  • BLKMTN Steel Fender Flares
  • BLKMTN Steel Fender Flares
  • BLKMTN Steel Fender Flares
$644.95

Description

Add style and protection to your JK Wrangler with these Black Mountain Steel Fender Flares. Keeps your rig from road rash and mud splatter. Get comprehensive protection and a rugged look. Great looking and easy to install. Add some flare to your Jeep today with Black Mountain!

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2 Reviews

  • 4
    Jeep flares

    Posted by john on 30th Jan 2017

    Overall good steel flares complete set at half cost of anything else I could find out there. Looks good increased clearnance. Fronts installed pretty straight forward just tedious installing bolts. Recommend a ratcheting box end wrench instead of socket. Also remember to install the marker light bracket as you install the fender so you don't have to undo those two bolts. The rears involve some slight modification if you have a two door. Also not a big fan of the expansion nuts / well nuts but will see how they old up. Even with undersized holes they will want to pull out sometimes especially if the attached spacer sections are trimmed to much. The directions for the rear install i believe have a mistake. It says to use the two 2.5 inch bolts on the rear most mount points. Those would not thread in to the well nut / expansion nut. I purchase some longer bolts that were the same thread as the others and that worked fine. I used the longer bolts on the two top center mount holes where you actually reach through and put a nut on the back side as the 2 inch were not long enough.

  • 5
    Excellent Product

    Posted by Travis on 30th Dec 2016

    I was surprised at how simple the installation was. Took about 4 hours by myself. Rears are very straightforward, fronts were tedious tightening each bolt while holding a crescent on the nut.

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