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  • Xenon or Bushwacker

    I have a set of Bushwacker flares to put on my CJ, but I think that I want something more flexible like the xenons that were on it before, and I also want to increase the wheel well opening for 35's. I found a set of TJ Xenon flares for a great price. Should I buy the TJ Xenon flares or keep the Bushwackers?

  • #2
    Are you talking the flat fender lookin Xenon ones?

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    • #3
      Nope, they are the ones that look like factory TJ flares.

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      • #4
        I personally don't like the TJ look on CJ front fenders. I was surprised at how hard and brittle the bushwacker flares where the first time I saw some. I am not a fan.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by LeadfootCJ7 View Post
          I personally don't like the TJ look on CJ front fenders. I was surprised at how hard and brittle the bushwacker flares where the first time I saw some. I am not a fan.
          I know what you mean, but I have seen some that look good. Maybe I can do a hybrid set using the front xenon flares that I have and use the TJ rear. But I don't know if that would look right. I was extremely suprised at how hard the bushwackers are, they seem like they wouldn't hold up to any abuse.

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          • #6
            If there are any CJ guys out there running 6" flares, what back spacing are you using with 15x10 or 15x8 wheels. I want the tread to be completely covered, some of the sidewall sticking out is okay. But I don't want the tire way under the fender, any suggestions?
            Last edited by dj_jeepin; 05-29-2008, 10:58 AM. Reason: added wheel sizes

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