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    Bushwacker Flat Fender - Install???????

    Hey all,


    I just got my Bushwacker Flat fenders but dont really have a place to install them with the cold weather hitting.

    I am looking for a place that could install them at a good price. Any recommendations???


    Thanks,

    Matador
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    Call Eric at Staang's fab

    Top notch work, they do it all, and fair pricing

    located in burlington

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    Given you're in Hamilton I would recommend Jeepman's Offroad. Alternatively, I've had great work done at Staangs fab if you'd like to take a bit of a drive.
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    It's worth the drive to staangs even from TO when you have to take the go train back!
    Not only that, you can get many other great things done to your rig with no middleman to gouge you.
    Some of the work he has done for me on my new jk this year:
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    Well, the Bushwackers are on......looks like I have to save up for 35's and new gears next! Might look at getting Staang to do a custom bumper as well....I just need to find some more $$$$$$







    PS Thanks CHAD....little by little building it up....man I wish I had a bunch of cash laying around right now.....I would get tires, rims, gears, bumpers and lockers. Wonder how much I could get for a kidney?
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    Dam they turned out nice, and that is a lot of wheel well to fill up

    Seen you on Friday with the old flairs on over on parkdale and, ya they looked a little sad after those trees jumped out at you.

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    hey they look great ,did you take it to staang?
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    looks good man.Yeah you NEED 35's now
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    Looks great. I really like the look of the flatty flares on JKs, and yup, definitely need some 35s.

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    Man, that looks nice!
    Look at the space under those fenders.
    It's massive!
    You could fit 37's
    Are they flexible?
    If you get off-cambered into a tree, will they flex and absorb abuse or, will they pop the fasteners?

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    They are not flexible but this is what their site says "Extreme Dura-Flex® 2000 TPO material that bends instead of breaks, then goes back to its shape"

    I am not too sure about the fasteners but they secure to the Jeep completely different and is a lot more secure than the factory flares. They actually use screws/bolts vs plastic clips.

    I agree I need 35's now...but just dont have the coin.....gotta save up.....need 35's and new rims...plus regearing and new bumpers.....man I need to win the lottery Then i would build the ultimate JK

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