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    Been Around the Block jeepsterchris's Avatar
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    My front aluminum Crushers were a breeze to install and fit great...have't done the rears yet, due to a bout with laziness...

    I'll probably just spend the extra $60 and get a good nutzert tool when I get ready to put the rears on...

    Just follow the directions. Read them twice before you start!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtbksmith View Post
    I had them on one of my Jeeps a few years back. I absolutely hated them. There are so many other alternatives that are much cheaper.


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    Think you could maybe tell us why you absolutely hated them?

    I like these and the Metal Cloak fenders.

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    Tightening the bolts were the hardest part for me. especially if you are continuously taking them off and on to make adjustments if you wanted them to be aligned perfect like me. In my opinion they are a great product and definetely look the best compared to others.
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    Great product ive had 2 sets, install is straight foreword,easy with 2 people, will have take a full day to do it right


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    I recall it being tedious with all the test mounting and unmounting. And I didn't have a right angle drill so I left out a couple bolts on the rear inner braces.

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    It is kinda tedious,if you do it more than once it gets easier,its my third time


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    buddy of mine did his fronts last week, took him all day. it's a day long project for sure-

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