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    Caught the Bug Casey_250's Avatar
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    The rears just connect straight to the body using nutcerts and a couple of bolts. No other bracing.

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    Those flares look sweet!
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    Are these fundamentally different from other metal flares that threaten to dent my body panels if I lean the Jeep against them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    Are these fundamentally different from other metal flares that threaten to dent my body panels if I lean the Jeep against them?
    These, Like the PSC ones have a reinforcement between the flair and the much stronger subframe of the jeep. I've seen people stacking jeeps on the PSC ones (not sure what you call driving the front tire up on another jeep's front tire/flair).

    For the rear's, I'tmy understanding that the Subframe is righ tup to the body in the rear so shouldn't be a problem...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    Are these fundamentally different from other metal flares that threaten to dent my body panels if I lean the Jeep against them?


    I guess it could happen. Where I wheel I was just tired of small branches and trees ripping my fenders off every time I went out.

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