- Provides 7” of coverage against damaging debris
- Ideal for use with larger wheels and tires
- Constructed from UV-resistant thermoplastic
- Designed to bolt to your Jeep with few modifications (87-95 Wranglers require trimming of the rear wheel well)
- Backed by a 3-year warranty
Create capacity for larger tire and wheel combinations while preventing kicked up debris from damaging your paint job. Oversized Fender Flares from Rugged Ridge provide the room you need to accommodate those large knobby off-road tires and add burly good looks to your Jeep.
Hefty Rugged Ridge Fender Flares are crafted from durable TPR (thermoplastic rubber). This material helps to protect against damaging UV rays that can weaken the flares. Plus, with 7" of protection Rugged Ridge Fender Flares deliver strong impact resistance that fights back against the flying mud and rubble kicked up by your tires.
Rugged Ridge Oversized Fender Flares are paint ready or you can leave them in the black matte finish for stylish accenting. Customized to the year, make and model of your Jeep, these replacement fender flares are a great way to update and protect your ride. Backed by a 3-year warranty.
Rugged Ridge Oversized Jeep Fender Flares Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Wyatt E (CLOVER, SC) Reviewed for a 2003 Jeep Wrangler — Apr 04, 2016 5:02 AM
Product shipped immediately and received next day with standard free shipping and no damage. You have to remove rear wheel well covers to install rear flares. Flares fit good. The 7" wide flares look good add some style. I purchase a 6 piece kit. Disappointed that the flares next to the running boards was not wider to fit the style of the new 7" fender flares. These side flares were difficult to install as they interfered with the front flares and could not be installed as intended.
Reviewed by STEPHEN M (PINE GROVE, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Jeep Wrangler — Jan 11, 2016 9:34 PM
Totally satisfied with the product. Installation was straight forward. Quality was as good as original equipment. The added width will help keep the mud from flying all over the side of the Jeep.
Reviewed by Richard M (Mount Olive, AL) Reviewed for a 2001 Jeep Wrangler — Sep 24, 2015 2:43 PM
Rear flares holes didn't line up. Had to drill holes, front flares went on easy. About 3 hours to install.
Reviewed by John K (ARVADA, CO) Reviewed for a 2016 GMC Sierra — Jul 01, 2015 1:45 PM
They look great, seem really tough, only hard part was where the bolts go in on the Jeep, spin, making taking the old ones off tough, make sure you have small visegrips.
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