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Old 08-06-2002, 12:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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interchangeable fender flares?

anyone know if you can put fender flares off of a wrangler onto a cruiser??? or from anything else??? i think i have a pair of old spectre fender flares on the back, they are all cracked and crappy looking...thanks for your input,
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i think nolen has TJ flares....but i dont know if his wheel wells are stock...prolly not
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Old 08-06-2002, 03:49 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah you can use them but you will need to cut some more metal....
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do you know which way you have to cut??? towards the top, my body is cut flush with the wheel hump. i don't think that is stock...or is it....thanks for the previous info. hey if any of you guys have pics of those tj flares, i'd love to see them. thanks,
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here's a not so recent picture of my current fender flares that are pretty torn up now.
http://groups.msn.com/GodspeedInc/4x...oto&PhotoID=19
if the link doesn't work, tell me so i can try again.
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Cut to the rear...they allow a larger opening.

Here is a shot of mine.
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Hey those look nice! Could you tell me what year tj they came off of or does it not matter??? Thanks wngrog,
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I can't believe those thing have held on that long. I couldn't keep mine on my 4Runner. Seemed like every time we went out, the damn greedy trees took them off.

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Cut to the rear...they allow a larger opening.

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This isn't very lady like!!! I bet Wilbur wouldn't do this in public like that!!!!
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This isn't very lady like!!! I bet Wilbur wouldn't do this in public like that!!!!
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