They’re one of the most common mods Jeepers make after installing a lift kit and bigger tires. You guessed it—fender flares. Jeep fender flares come in just about every style, color and configuration you can imagine. Most often, people install them to comply with local regulations for on-road driving with oversized tires. But for many, they just look cool.
Another use all together is the cut-out fender flare. Cut-out flares are designed for people that have actually trimmed the body of their vehicle to provide clearance for taller tires. Cut-outs not only cover the tires, they also trim out the body for a clean look.
Many products, such as Bushwacker’s Extend-A-Fender Flares are completely customizable, meaning you can paint them to match the exact color of your vehicle.
Other options like Bushwackers line of Pocket Style Fender Flares give you the look of pockets without welding, cutting or drilling your vehicle.
Of course, if you’re just looking for to replace your old worn, sun-damaged OE flares, you’ll find a host of options that bolt right to the existing holes with minimal time and effort.