If you are running monster truck tires, mud, rocks and road debris make a mess of your rig. You have two options to clean ride: either grab a bucket of water and sponge after each adventure or keep it clean from start to finish with a set of Bushwacker Extend-a-Fender Flares. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Rule the rocks with a set of Bushwacker Flat Style Fender Flares. Built from super resilient Dura-Flex 2000, these flares not only protect your rig from the worst that off-road tires kick up—they also take a beating and go right back into their original shape. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Jeeps are unique in the off-road truck world. Massive tires often stick out far from the body, leaving your rig and everything else inside exposed to flying globs of mud. To keep gallons of grime out of your hair and interior, bolt-on a set of Rugged Ridge Oversized Jeep Fender Flares. 3-year warranty.
Protect your rig from the ground up with CRE RockerFlares. These flares are unique in the way they protect the full length of your truck, starting from the bottom of the body thanks to their tough, ABS plastic construction. Best of all, your truck is protected without disrupting the factory body lines. 1-year warranty.
Your Jeep goes anywhere with its enormous rock-crushing tires, but flings dirt and debris wherever it goes. Cover those rolling crud-catapults with a set of Bestop Jeep Fender Flares. Custom fit for your Jeep, these flares provide 6.5” of wheel coverage and are constructed out of tough ABS plastic. 1-year warranty.
Not sure which 1997 Jeep Wrangler Extra-Wide Fender Flares are right for you? We have over 309 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"The most difficult thing was removing the old fender flares. I used a saws-all and cut the old flares to within 2 inches of the jeep body. Then I had them off within 10 minutes. Also, the small foot long flare that goes just behind the front tire flare; check to see if it is the same size as your old ones. Mine were, so it ended up being a waste of time changing those. Also, I had to cut the band that was holding the wiring harness to the front fender light in order to get it to reach the new flare. No big deal." —Stephen F from Boulder, CO bought a Rugged Ridge Oversized Jeep Fender Flares for a 1997 Jeep Wrangler.