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Barricade Flat Style Fender Flares (97-06 Jeep Wrangler TJ)

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      Review & Installation Video

      I'm Ryan from ExtremeTerrain.com and this is my review of the Barricade Flat Style Fender Flare Kit fitting all 1997 to 2006 TJs. There are really two main options when looking at aftermarket fender flares, and those are metal flares and plastic flares, and there are a couple of different schools of thought about those. Some people would say that a metal flare will hold up better to rubbing against trees and other off road obstacles, while other people say that a metal flare will transfer any impact into the body of the Jeep, causing a much more expensive repair, where a plastic flare would bend or break, which would be cheaper and easier to swap out. So it really comes down to what you want and what your thought process is when it comes to fender flares. However, if you're looking for an aftermarket set of fender flares that are a flat style flare and are ABS plastic, these are a nice option to take a look at because they fit well and they're less expensive than other flares of a similar style. These flares are made of a thermal molded dual layer ABS, which means they're going to be shatterproof and they're going to hold up really well out in the elements, to UV light that would otherwise fade the flares. These come with everything from the weather stripping to the lights that you'll need to get them installed, as well as all new mounting hardware. Even though these are designed to mount on the Jeep without drilling any holes in the Jeep, you will have to drill a couple of holes in the flares to finish the installation. Jeep did a really nice job of making the metal wheel arch in the fender really high, giving you lots of room for articulation and the ability to run a minimum amount of bump stop, assuming your shocks allow for it. However, the factory fender flares do hang down a little bit. So, depending on the width of your tire and the back spacing of your wheel, the tire may contact the flare. A flat flare like this will take care of that, however, because you're not contacting anything that's a hard surface like that metal wheel arch, these aren't going to add a ton of articulation. These are mainly designed to open up the wheel well and give the Jeep more of an aggressive look. Like I said before, these are designed to mount on the Jeep without the need to drill the body. The couple of holes that you'll have to drill on the flares to finish the installation are to install the marker lights and to install the mini rocker guard flare that comes on the Jeep from the factory. It's just a matter of using the new hardware that came with the kit to install the new flares onto the Jeep and do a little bit of wiring to get your lights working. The whole process should take right around three hours, and you won't need any specialty tools to get it done. The factory flares do mount on the Jeep with some nutserts that are in the fenders. And if your Jeep is like mine that has a little bit of rust on it, when you go to remove those bolts some of the nutserts can spin. In order to fix that, you can try drilling them out or holding them from the back side if you have access, but that is one area that can make the installation a little bit more difficult. I would definitely recommend spraying all of those nutserts with a good penetrating oil if you have a little bit of rust on your Jeep. It'll make the installation process that much easier. These flares are right around $100 cheaper than the top quality flare that's a really similar design. Now, the lights might be a little bit different, the molds might not be quite as finished, but it really comes down to your budget and what you want for your Jeep. If you're somebody who does a lot of wheeling on tight trails and you know that you're going to be rubbing these on trees and other obstacles, and chances are they're not going to last all that long, save your money and go with this set. If you're somebody who spends more time on the road and is looking for that fit and finish and has the extra budget for it, maybe you take a look at one of the more expensive options. So, if you're looking for a plastic flat fender flare kit that includes everything you need to get it installed, including the lights, and you're looking to save a couple of dollars over the top tier fender flares on the market, this is a really nice option to take a look at. So that's my review of the Barricade Flat Style Fender Flare Kit fitting all 1997 to 2006 TJs that you can find right here at ExtremeTerrain.com.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features

      • Flat Style Fender Flares
      • Provides Additional Tire Coverage
      • Extra Protection from Road and Trail Debris
      • Durable, Shatter Resistant ABS Construction
      • Smooth Satin Black Finish
      • Paintable - Install As Is or Paint To Match
      • LED Front Side Marker Lights Included
      • Straight Forward Bolt-on Installation
      • Fits all 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ Models

      Description

      Style and Protection. Improve the styling of your TJ while adding extra protection with a set of Barricade Off-Road Flat Style Fender Flares. Featuring a flat fender design, these Flares will open up the wheel well to give your Jeep a more aggressive off-road appearance. These flares provide additional tire coverage to protect your rig from flying debris, while giving you a little more room when upgrading to a beefier set of tires.

      Durable ABS Construction. Barricade manufactures their Flat Style Fender Flares from a thermoformed, dual layer acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) material. ABS is known for its light weight, superior durability and impact resistance, making it the ideal material for use on and off road. Barricade then completes their Fender Flares in an smooth satin black acrylic finish that matches your Wranglers existing factory trim.

      Paintable Satin Black Finish. Completed in a smooth black finish out of the box, these Barricade Fender Flares can be installed as is for a great aggressive look. However, if you're not a fan of the black finish, the Fender Flares can be painted to match your Wrangler's exterior color scheme, the choice is up to you.

      LED Side Markers Included. Barricade Off-Road had the foresight to design their front Fender Flares with side marker lights. These two flare mounted LED side markers will keep your Wrangler legal when driving on the streets.

      Easy, Bolt-on Installation. Barricade's Flat Style Fender Flare Kit was designed to be a direct bolt-on upgrade using just basic hand tools. No drilling or modifications are required for installation as these flares mount into factory locations for a perfect and secure fit. All required hardware is included, making this an easy installation for anyone to complete in under three hours. Please note that you will need to drill a couple of holes in the flares themselves to mount the included lights.

      Application. This set of four Barricade Off-Road Flat Style Fender Flares are specifically designed for use on 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ and TJ Unlimited (LJ) models including Rubicon editions.

      Barricade Off-Road

      Fitment: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Details

      MPN# J102429

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      Ratings Summary

      4.5 out of 5 overall rating from 100+ customers




      • January 25, 2020

        2 1999 Wrangler - RustyHardware

        Rusty hardware

        The hardware rusted in a few months. When you spend $300 on these things, you wish they look good for a long time. If you order these, do yourself a favor and get stainless hardware at the local store.

        Helpful (0)
      • December 29, 2019

        3 2006 Rubicon - Carrington59

        Decent Fender Flare, Poor Hardware

        Fender flare is alright but the hardware began to rust 3 days after installing in normal weather.

        Helpful (1)
      • December 06, 2019

        5 1997 Wrangler - JaysTJ

        1997 TJ Flares

        We purchased these flares about 6-8 months ago. Went on pretty easy. Watched a youtube to assist with install. Flares are doing great and look good!

        Helpful (1)
      • November 18, 2019

        5 2004 Rubicon - Marty

        Very nice

        Very nice works well with wheel base and makes jeeps tires feel bigger.

        Helpful (1)
      • November 08, 2019

        5 1998 Wrangler - LeeM

        Very Nice!

        I replaced some older pocket style flares with these in order to get more clearance for articulation and chains if necessary. The most difficult part of the installation was removing the old flares, rusted sheet metal screws, and plastic "nuts", etc.. These went on very easily and I was very impressed with the fact that only M5 bolts and nuts were used. My only recommendation would be to use hex head bolts instead of the Phillips heads only in case of later removal. One would need to very careful not to over tighten if hex heads were used. I also drilled a small hole through the top underside front cross brace by the side marker light and used a zip tie to secure the wiring so as not to have buildup of ice or mud tear it out. Great flares and very sturdy. They are also very easy to align with the fender well edge. I polished and sealed the paint around the wheel well after removing the old flares before installing these. I love them!!!

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      • October 28, 2019

        1 2001 Wrangler - Seanrob1011

        Awful product.

        I got these flares to get rid of my stock. When I got them they looked good and made my Jeep tj look awesome. Instal was great. However, not even after a year the rubber gasket peeled back under the flare and I was unable to get it to look like it did. It hardened after a year and a half and when the weather got warm and cold thought winter and spring the flares expanded and shrunk causing the now hard rubber gasket to rub all the paint off my fender. After a year I threw them out and got the bus healer flares with I’m very impressed with. Although, I had even more problems. Trying to take these flares off, all the hardware rusted and all the screws were stripped out when I tried to get it off. I ended up having to cut off all the screws individually. When I took them off my fenders looked awful. I put my new flares on and they look amazing and a lot more durable but there are still some spots where you can see the damage they these flares caused. If your interested in buying these flares, don’t. Invest in something that will last and something that you’ll be happy with long term.

        Helpful (1)
      • October 15, 2019

        4 2005 Wrangler - Connor

        Great bang for your buck!

        Yes the molds may not be as clean as bushwhackers but for the price? Great flares. Blinker/marker lights are kind of weird though. They do nothing with the lights off and when they lights are on, the markers work and they blink opposite of the light on the front of the flare. Still passed inspection though and love the look.

        Helpful (1)
      • October 01, 2019

        5 1999 Wrangler - DesertRat

        Great buy

        great product. Fit perfect on my tj, not too stressful on the install either. Holding up good so far in the Arizona heat!!

        Helpful (1)
      • September 04, 2019

        5 2001 Wrangler - ScottS

        Great product

        Plan half a day or more for our install if you never removed your factory flares. After that the install goes smoothly and the flares look great. Kinda wish I had made a plug-in connection for the turn signal in the flare for future removal if needed.

        Helpful (1)
      • August 31, 2019

        5 2000 Wrangler - Rollbar

        Look great will make tires look smaller

        Really like only draw back is they make my 31in tires look smaller .... Time to go bigger

        Helpful (1)

      Questions & Answers (25 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      How wide are the fenders

      • The Barricade Flat Style Fender Flare Kit (97-06 Wrangler TJ) are 5.5 inches wide.

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      Are these fenders plastic or metal?

      • These Barricade Flat Style Fender Flare are constructed of ABS plastic.

      Helpful (7)

      What is the total width of these flares? Or the added width over stock flares?

      • The Barricade Flat Style Fender Flare Kit (97-06 Wrangler TJ) are 5.5 inches wide.

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      For the Jeep in the picture what size tires are on it and how high of a lift is installed, I really like the way this Jeep looks with those fender flares and won't mine to look very similar.

      • Thank you for your question! The green TJ in the photos should have a 4" Lift, with 35" tires and a 4.5" backspacing wheel.

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      Is the LED included in the kit a single or dual intensity bulb? In other words, can it be wired up to operate as both a park lamp and blinker?

      • The side markers included with the Barricade Flat Style Fender Flare Kit can be spliced into your stock turn signal wires to allow factory-like operation.

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      10 More Questions
      Are these wider than the factory fender flares? I have 12.5" tires and spacers on my TJ and was looking at these to keep it street legal in VA, which allows for a max of I believe 2" of tread uncovered by the fenders. 1 answer
      Do these fenders come in metal or is there something similar in metal 0 answer
      Is it possible to buy just another set of marker lights? The driver fender only has 2 of the 4 LED’s working and the passenger side only has one 0 answer
      I installed the flares spliced into the factory wiring as required but the led lights do not function like the factory side marker. These only illuminate if used as a turn signal but not in combination of turn park lamp. Do you have any specific instructions on how this spliced connection should be made? 1 answer
      What warranty does Barricade offer on these flares?? 1 answer
      The LED Front Side Marker Lights if they burn out how do you replace 1 answer
      Will these fit on a 2004 Lj 1 answer
      Are the led marker lights that are currently shipped with the kit amber or clear? The stock photo is amber but I see both clear and amber markers in the customer photos. 1 answer
      Is there a difference between ABS plastic and Heavy duty pro guard plastic? 1 answer
      Are these paintable? Thanks 1 answer

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Front Driver Side Flare
      • (1) Front Passenger Side Flare
      • (1) Rear Driver Side Flare
      • (1) Rear Passenger Side Flare 
      • (2) LED Side Marker Lights
      • Installation Hardware

      Tech Specs

      Will It Fit My Wrangler

      • TJ Rubicon 2 Door - 03, 04, 05, 06
      • TJ Rubicon Unlimited 2 Door - 05, 06
      • TJ Wrangler 2 Door - 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06
      • TJ Wrangler Unlimited 2 Door - 04, 05, 06

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