View Poll Results: TUCKED or UNTUCKED - What "Look" do You Prefer?

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  • TUCKED - Full fenders and tires under them

    159 40.25%
  • UNTUCKED - Trimmed, flat or no fenders and tires sticking far out

    236 59.75%
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    Yes and that's what I submitted as my vote.

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    So, is it safe to say that tucked is what you'd prefer?

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    I prefer a wide stance and Untucked tire. Stick 'em out there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    So, if money weren't an issue, which direction do you think you'd go?
    I think the tucked look actually is what I would go for. My only real thug against it most times is it can look strange with a stubby front and rear


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    I like the tucked look of a 11" wide tire and the taller the better. Pizza Cutter style.

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    Untucked. The same goes for CJs.


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    Untucked

    I like the look of the untucked fender. I do wish there was a way to keep the turn signals out, better visibility for others when I want to change lanes might help.

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    I prefer the untucked looked....to me the flat fenders give the JKU the look I want.

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    I like the tucked look.

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    I voted tucked, but mainly because I think "no" fenders do not look good (even with deletes). I like a fender with most lateral coverage of the tires (which helps with water/mud spray of course and would get you through inspection).

    That said/voted, I do prefer the more aggressive, flatter and slimmer aftermarket fenders over the closed/vertical stock or Mopar highline look.

    So "closed" but only in the sense of covering most of the lateral width of the tire surface (with a flatter look and real high clearance).

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    I like the untucked look. Wider stance.

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