Be ready for anything - equip your Jeep Wrangler with Bushwacker Flat Style Fender Flares. they are the first and only flat style flares made to absorb impact, using our proprietary Dura-Flex 2000 TPO - the thickest, most flexible material available. Flat Style Fender Flares maximize your tire coverage and wheel articulation for severe off-road use. Yet they are carefully engineered to install with a minimum of extra tools and bodywork (see the installation guide for your specific vehicle for details). For example, our mounting brackets bolt straight onto your Jeep for added strength and simpler fitting. Our design integrates neatly with the factory rocker guards, and incorporates DOT-compliant LED side marker lights and fully molded wheel well protection. The flares are 100% UV protected, too, to stop chalking in its tracks. If you want the look - and the real-world performance - that best fits an American icon, nothing goes with your Jeep better than Bushwacker Flat Style Fender Flares.
I love the way the fenders look. It really finished off the look. Now all I need are some 35’s to fill in the fenders a little better.
As others mention it sucks cutting the factory inner fenders to fit the new fenders, but it works. I messed up cutting my first rear fenders and had to buy a new one, but at least they are cheap. I wish they offered the fenders with pre-cut inners, it would be worth the extra cost.
4.0Installing bushwacker flares
when i had looked up online at these flares i was in the beginning hesitant on getting them because of the reviews. YES, the instructions are JUNK.. but its pretty well common sense. everyone i had talked to said the same thing, "i thought bushwacker short shipped me 14 bolts/nuts/washers".. but in the end the rears only take 2 bolts and nuts on each side and the rest are push clips because there is no getting at the rest of the holes due to the configuration of the wheel wells. what takes the most time is trimming the splash guards (wheel well liners) correctly.. they state "cut to short it wont tuck in the flares or not short enough the flare wont fit"... there actually very to do, rears are a piece of cake because its very simple fit, front takes some time to do. instructions bounce back and forth just confusing stuff... in the end instructions got me in the path and common sense does the rest! would i buy again? yes, sexy flares.
from sudbury ontario canada
4.0looks great, instructions were difficult
Took about 2 hours per fender in front,bout a hour each in rear.
Would of went much easier had instructions been in color and more descriptive.
The previous comment about switching the wires around for lights was a huge life saver.
All and all finished product looks amazing and adds a ton of room for tires.
from Seattle, Wa
4.0Test the wires before attaching fender.
Great directions except for wiring. Marker lights are LED and are different electrically from factory lights. Directions only stating to switch wires if lights don't work initially. They could have said, "Wire opposite, connect black to white". Aligning screws for final installation is a lot of work. I had the best luck with starting the screws one at a time at the rearward part of the fender utilizing a small punch. Remember to test the marker lights before actually installing fender. Also, the marker lights don't act as turn signals unless other aftermarket wiring is done (Check out YouTube).
By El Guapo
from Phoenix, AZ
4.0they look great
hard to install
By jeep man
from heber springs, ar
Very nice product, but the instructions could have been better. Pictures were hard to see due to the fact they are photocopied. For the price you'd think they would have color photos.
Once the first fender was finished (about 2 hours), the rest was easy. 4wheel parts wanted an extra $400 for installation! Easy enough to do yourself!
Does the bushwacker flat style fender flare set of four for a 2014 2 door JK need a liner kit? Does it come with a liner kit? Or do you even need a liner kit? Are the flares compatible with the OEM fender liners?
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These replace the factory flares and they don't need liners. Here are the instructions
Bushwacker's iconic pocket style fender flares, durable flat style fender flares, and the full line up of rugged, off-road trail armor components, help add protection to your truck, Jeep or SUV. Bushwacker fender flares protect your paint and enhance your rig's appearance. The Color-Matching Pocket Style Fender Flares even come pre-finished to match the paints on your new rig. They are easy to install as the the hardware and rubber edge trim are pre-installed. All you have to do is take them out of the box and attach them. All Bushwacker fender flares are manufactured in the United States and they have a limited lifetime warranty. Shop Bushwacker Now