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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Thread: TUCKED or UNTUCKED : Aftermarket Jeep Products Survey

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    Question TUCKED or UNTUCKED : Aftermarket Jeep Products Survey



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    I think flat fenders look better and also they allow for more clearance during uptravel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I think flat fenders look better and also they allow for more clearance during uptravel.
    What if clearance wasn't an issue? In the case of the green JK shown in the photo, it's running highline fenders. Still like the flat fender look better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    What if clearance wasn't an issue? In the case of the green JK shown in the photo, it's running highline fenders. Still like the flat fender look better?
    Yep. I still think the flat ones look better.
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    I definitely prefer the flat fenders over the stock or highline. Not just for clearance, I just like the look. I also like when the tires stick out a little past the fenders and body. I remember my first YJ with it's tiny little 28" tires, and how I dreamed of having big tires that would stick out. It has always been my preference for as long as I can remember. There is just something more "mean" about the way it looks in my eyes.

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    For people who like and prefer the tucked or factory look, I'd really be interested in hearing your thought on this after you vote.

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    I prefer the look of tires out past the fenders. Granted you get whatever mud, water, etc.. thrown back into your face I just prefer the look.


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    untucked for me . just makes them look more aggressive.

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    This is sure a tough one, one hand I love the flat fender look and tires out past the fenders. I also love the dynatrac setup with full width and tucking which is something I would glady do....if I could afford it lol.

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    Inspection laws be damned! Untucked all the way.

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