Slim Design: Allows you to go where wide fenders will not let you. Have the ability to take on those narrow passage ways without the fear of ripping off your fender flares.
Durability: Made from a solid light weight steel construction these flares will hold up to the rugged trails. To add to the durability is a 3 stage textured black powder coat to protect from rust and scraps keeping them looking good.
Installation: No drilling into your Wrangler JL is required making this a nice easy install. Another nice feature is the turn signals can integrate into your factory harness.* If your JL was equipped with LED turn signal lights from the factory the provided marker lights will set off the dash light. If you JL came with halogen turn signals then the lights work seamlessly.
- Color: Textured Black
- Material: Steel
- Shipping Weight: 54lb
- Shipping Dimensions: 48in x 25in x 10in (L x W x H)
Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JL)
- 2019 Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JL)
- 2018 Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JL)
Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door (JL)
- 2019 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door (JL)
- 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door (JL)
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DV8 Offroad Slim Fenders Reviews
I have looked at a lot of venders and only a few offer aftermarket fenders for the JL. Some are too pricy, and some are too cheap. I found these to be affordable, and with the inner fender bundle, it was a no brainer. Fenders fit great, the rear appear not to follow the curve in the body line, but that doesn't stop if from doing its job. I think they look great, they were easy to put on, the nut inserts take some practice to get right, you can over tighten them, if you don't tighten them enough, they spin. I used an air compressor impact driver to put them on and found that 3 revolutions did the trick. One thing to note, if you get the inner fenders, you must put the rear ones in before the fender, the inner fenders bolt into 3 small holes on the body, one of those holes are also intended to be used for the fender, so I cut that part out of the inner fender. If I could submit pictures I would. The rear inner fenders have to be pushed and wedged into place, but I am sure they are secure. The front inner fenders use the plastic push things that the factory ones were secured with. You will want to go to an auto store to purchase new ones, and some extra in your glove box...I can see them coming off under extreme off roading. All in all, 4-6 hour install including removing factory fenders and inners. Have not rubbed them on rocks yet, but look forward to it.