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Howdy, this is my third Jeep. Started with a 57 Willys Wagon, stuffed a Ford 260 into it but couldn't afford the parts I kept breaking. Next came an 86 CJ-7, NV4500, Dynatrac 60, disc brakes, stroked fuel injected 4.6. Rolled it in easter Oregon when I hit black ice at 70+. The wrecked 7 got parted out to help off set the medical bills. Currently driving an 06 Rubicon Unlimited (LJ) with a Rubicon Express 4" lift, Tom Woods double cardan drive shaft and a full cage. The stock sport cage is a worthless piece of junk.
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Yeah we should go to Elbe next month. I haven't been there in just over a year and was just lookin at my busy wild pics last week and thinking about going back
 

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Yeah we should go to Elbe next month. I haven't been there in just over a year and was just lookin at my busy wild pics last week and thinking about going back
Hey, you drive that beast on the street or is it a trailer queen Whose fenders you running, it's hard to see with the light in my eyes. :D
 

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It's streetable but I trailer it. Bias Iroks and beadlocks don't balance too well.

The fenders are MCE flatty flairless fenders. There local to us and prices are great. If ya get some tell them I sent ya!
 

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It's streetable but I trailer it. Bias Iroks and beadlocks don't balance too well.

The fenders are MCE flatty flairless fenders. There local to us and prices are great. If ya get some tell them I sent ya!
Those are the plastic one's, right?
 

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Yes, I've beaten on them pretty good and there holdin up pretty good
I'm thinking of going with Hi-lines, I don't like to get pulled over and told I've got to add mud flaps. Sheeeet, I'll start looking like a friggin logging truck of a ding dang Yota. No thanks. :)
 

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Cool, a friend of mine has the Metal Cloak fenders. They look real nice and are probably what I would have got if I had not gotten these. MCE does offer a version with a flair on them now though.
 

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Cool, a friend of mine has the Metal Cloak fenders. They look real nice and are probably what I would have got if I had not gotten these. MCE does offer a version with a flair on them now though.
I've seen guys running cut down fenders, I wonder how much attention they get from the local LEO's?
 

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I cut mine and never got harassed, I have a couple friends that did the same. One officer told us most of them are not worried about the front of the jeep, just mainly the rear because thats the end that troughs rocks at other cars.

All these pic's are with the same lift and tires.

Also I dont run that much mud, just decent pic's of the fenders haha

Stock fenders


Cut fenders with cut flairs



MCE Fenders

 
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