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

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  • TUCKED - Full fenders and tires under them

    155 40.26%
  • UNTUCKED - Trimmed, flat or no fenders and tires sticking far out

    230 59.74%
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Thread: TUCKED or UNTUCKED : Aftermarket Jeep Products Survey

  1. #221
    Fresh Catch OldManJeepin's Avatar
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    Feb 2018
    Pine Barrens

    Tucked Flat Fenders

    I don't really like the factory fenders: I do like the tires tucked under flat fenders though. Not just because Jersey laws state the tires can't stick out past the flares, but I do like the flares to do their job catching crap from flying all over the place...

  2. #222
    Caught the Bug RioGrandeJK's Avatar
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    Mar 2016
    Tucked... only because getting hit with a gravel missile sucks.
    2014 - JKU - 6 sp

  3. #223
    Fresh Catch MKBCE's Avatar
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    Jul 2017
    Tucked and factory style fenders. Nothing like a stock looking rig outperforming a modded looking jeep out on the trails just my 2 cents

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  4. #224
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    Mar 2018

    Tucked or untucked

    I think that the flat fenders are better because if you have flares then they can rub on your tire during up travel

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