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- Add stone protection and rugged style with these front and rear corners
- Custom-formed to fit your make and model
- Comes in an OEM matte black, textured finish
- Manufactured from rugged Dura-Flex 2000 TPO plastic
- TJ models (1997 - 2006) feature a tough diamond-textured finish
- JK models (2007 & up) boast a smooth OEM-style finish
- 100% UV-protection guaranteed
- The perfect addition to your Bushwacker Pocket Style Flares or factory flares
- Panels install easily with 3M adhesive – no drilling required
- Forged in the USA
- Your Bushwacker Trail Armor Front & Rear Corners are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Shield your Wrangler's exposed corners on the road and off with Bushwacker Trail Armor Front & Rear Corners. Designed with Jeep owners' unique needs in mind, these tough puppies keep stones, sticks and runaway shopping carts from wreaking havoc on those vulnerable spots.
Bushwacker Trail Armor Front & Rear Corners are custom formed to fit your Jeep perfectly. And, they're built tough, too. Crafted from tough Dura-Flex 2000 TPO plastic, these Jeep corner guards won't crack under pressure. And, they're 100% UV protected for rugged looks that last.
What's more, Bushwacker Trail Armor Front & Rear Corners are the perfect addition to your Bushwacker Pocket Style Flares or factory flares. They come in an OEM matte black, textured finish, for a rugged look. Even better, these rugged corners install easily with 3M tape-no drilling required. And, these titans of strength come backed by Bushwacker's Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Bushwacker Trail Armor Front & Rear Corners Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Walter R (Decatur, AL) Reviewed for a 2013 Jeep Wrangler — Jan 15, 2015 5:57 AM
I bought these corners to break up the white in my Jeep. They went on very easy and look great! Price wise, Bushwacker is a little expensive, however, their quality is superb. I initially bough the Bushwacker Trail Armor wind deflector and tailgate protector. I have had those items on my jeep JK for over two years and they have held up great with no fading or peeling. The corners match all trail armor products and the OEM black flares/bumpers. I am very pleased and highly recommend!
Reviewed by Justin V (BELGRADE, MT) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram — Apr 30, 2014 7:16 AM
This is a great product, very easy to install, 5 mins or less, and added a great look to my Jeep. I have ordered or been forced to order the rear corners due to this product being named incorrectly. BE AWARE you aren't getting the "Front and Rear Corners" as it says. I look forward to adding the rear corners to the Beep Beep Jeep.
Reviewed by jim m (ORO VALLEY, AZ) Reviewed for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler — Apr 06, 2014 1:51 PM
Good product for covering body damage but can be difficult to install. It has 3M double stick tape to install the components but is a pain to get centered on the vehicle because tape sticks to the body before you're ready. I was able to unplug one tail light to remove it but the other one I had cut wires because the plug was not accessible.
Reviewed by Chris V (STATEN ISLAND, NY) Reviewed for a 2014 Jeep Wrangler — Mar 17, 2014 9:25 PM
The corners are very thick plastic with double sided tape used to attach it to your vehicle. They give you this ultra complicated set of tabs to pull the strips off the tape. Its confusing and wierd but overall worked out very well. I had a hand installing it but i could have done it by myself. It would have taken longer (took me 40 minutes) with one person it would be about an hour. If you have anything but the stock tank filler be prepared to cut the corner guard. I had to to make it fit.
Reviewed by John V (SKOKIE, IL) — Oct 08, 2013 6:03 AM
Just installed them on my wifes JK. I like the way they look. I also installed the Bushwacker flat style fenders. Neither set of directions mentioned which should be installed first. Oh well, 50/50 chance...fenders go first! Yes, good guess.