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Barricade Flat Style Fender Flares; ABS Plastic (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Hey guys, it's Sara with And today we have a review and install of the Barricade Flat Style Fender Flares, fitting your '07 to '18 Jeep Wrangler JK. These are perfect for the JK owner who wants a full set of plastic fender flares that give them more clearance from the factory and include an LED marker light. They feature automotive-grade, ABS plastic construction with a matte black finish that you can leave as is or paint to match your Jeep. So I did wanna point out one thing about fender flares in general. Their purpose is to give you some more clearance in the wheel well area for when you're off-roading. However, they do come in several different styles such as metal or the plastic ones that we have here. Now they each have their own benefits but for these plastic ones, if you were to come in contact with a trail hazard and it damages the fender flare, it's not also going to push into and damage the fender of your Jeep. They also come with LED marker lights in the front flares which is a nice upgrade that a lot of other options don't offer. They will require a little bit of wiring to get them powered up, but we'll show you that in just a second. Now I also did wanna point out that although we don't have factory wheel well liners, these will work with your factory liners but may require some trimming to get them bolted back up.So as far as price goes, this option comes in at around $450, which is middle of the road price-wise when compared to other options. And for your money, you are getting a full set of slim fender flares that feature a bolt-up install and include LED marker lights. And as far as the install goes, I'm giving this one a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. They do feature direct bolt-up install, as I said before, but will require some wiring to power those marker lights. So, with that said, let's go ahead and check out our install. For this install, we used an impact gun but a regular ratchet will work just fine. You'll also need a 10-millimeter socket and you may want a Phillips head screwdriver or Phillips socket. You'll need 10-millimeter and 11-millimeter wrenches, a pop clip removal tool. You may also want a pair of needle-nose pliers and a wire stripping and crimping tool. All right. So the first step in our uninstall, we're starting with the front fender liners. We're gonna go underneath and remove some 10-millimeter bolts. So if you notice, we don't have a wheel well liner on our Jeep. It is easier to get the fender flare off if the wheel well liner is removed and to remove it, you just need a pop clip removal tool and a 10-millimeter socket. Once it's off, go ahead and grab that 10-millimeter socket. We're gonna remove this bolt right at the top of our wheel well.Go ahead and remove that bolt and move on to the next one at the front of your wheel well. Moving on, there's another 10-millimeter bolt at the front of your wheel well. Grab your 10-millimeter socket and get that removed. Make sure you remove the rest of the hardware holding on this fender flare. There are several 10-millimeter bolts underneath here that are missing on our Jeep but make sure those are removed and the fender flare is free underneath here. Now that all of your bolts are removed, we can remove the rest of the clips holding on our fender flare. Now there are two ways to do this. You can grab the flare and just pull straight backwards hard and you will remove it but you might break these clips or if you have access to the backside of it, if you have taken your wheel well liners off, you can get back here with a needle-nose and just press that clip in and pull backwards to release it. Now there are some that you don't have access to so you may need to pull and break those but keep moving down and release the rest of them. Keep moving along until all clips are released. I did wanna point out that we are missing clips on our Jeep so just keep going along the fender and make sure all of your clips are released. Once they are, we're also gonna unplug this connector for our marker light and then we can remove the flare.Finally, you wanna release any clips that you couldn't access with your needle-nose and you do this by grabbing the flare and just pulling straight back towards you. All of ours are released so we'll go ahead and lift it up and off of our Jeep. All right. Now we can move on to the rear uninstall. Now, this is the same sort of process. What we're gonna be doing is releasing some clips, and same situation, we do not have a fender liner so you may want to remove that to have better access. Once that is removed with a pop clip removal tool, next up we can take our needle-nose pliers and release the clips up at the top. The two that you can access are right up top here and to release them, you can use a needle-nose at the back just like the front. Press the clip and push forward and if you need some extra assistance, you can use a pop clip tool to pull it forward as well. Now, for the clips that you can't access in order to release them, the best and pretty much only way is to grab the flare itself and pull it straight back towards you. Now you are gonna damage most of the clips when you're removing them but luckily the kits come with new clips or you can get some new ones on your own to replace them. Go ahead and grab the flare and pull straight back towards you.Now you do need to remove the rest of these with a pop clip removal tool. Just go ahead and go behind the clip and pop it out, and keep going until all these are removed. All right. So now that we have our factory flares uninstalled from our Jeep, we can check them out side by side with our new flares here. Now as you can see, they provide the most important part of an aftermarket flare and that is more clearance. They are significantly smaller than your factory flares so you do get a lot more room for articulation when you're taking your Jeep off-road. They feature a thermoplastic construction with a matte black finish so they look similar to your factory flares while being a lot smaller, again, for some more room. They also feature a side marker light which is similar to factory so you get to keep that function with a little bit of wiring. So, with that said, let's go ahead and finish up our install.All right. So before we get this fender flare mounted up, we do need to do some wiring to power the side marker light. Now it is a little bit easier if you pop the light out of the fender so that's what we're gonna do here, but this is optional. You can wire it with it attached to the fender. Grab a Phillips head screwdriver or we're using a Phillips head socket and what I'm gonna do is just remove both of these screws to remove the light. Now we can just pop this light out and access the wiring much easier.Now there are a ton of ways to wire this in. Essentially, as long as you have power to the red wire and ground to the black one, you will power this light fine. However, I do recommend putting some sort of removable connector like a spade or a regular connector in here so you can unbolt the fender, but as long as you have power and ground, you should be good. Now, these are stripped a little bit but we do need to strip them a little bit more. You wanna have some more of the wire showing so you can wire it in. So we're using a stripping tool here and once you do have those exposed, just go ahead and twist them so it's easier to slide it in the connector, and for this install, we're just gonna use a spade. So go ahead and slide that over top. Make sure it's fully seated in there and then what we're gonna do is crimp it down. Using a crimping tool, go ahead and crimp that connector and make sure you have a good connection. Repeat that for your black wire.And just a helpful tip is that these spade connectors are not actually heat shrink. So if you do have access to a heat shrink connector, that will help to keep some of the moisture out especially since they live in your wheel well area. Now we can wire in the other end. Once you've completed the wiring, if you did remove this light, slide it back in, and then with your Phillips screwdriver or socket, go ahead and tighten it down. Just keep in mind, we are going into plastic so you don't wanna over tighten. Now we can locate the connector for our side marker lights on the Jeep.Now, again, there are lots of different ways to wire this in. I'm just gonna show you one. What you wanna do is peel back the loom to reveal both of the wires. Now we have the black wire here that's gonna be ground and then the white with a green stripe that is your power. Now one of the fastest ways to get these wired in are using a vampire clip that would go to our spade connector. This is not the most reliable way but it'll definitely get the job done and you are welcome to wire it in however you like. Soldering, obviously, is the most permanent. You can also do a spade connector or butt connector here. You can remove this entirely or you can de-pin this connector and use the ends. Again, as long as you're getting power and ground, that's all we really need here. Grab a set of needle-nose pliers. Now you can do this by hand but I found the pliers help this wire to seat better and when you are using a vampire clip, you wanna make sure that the...gets a good grip on the wire to form a connection. If it doesn't penetrate the wire all the way through, you're not gonna get a connection here. Do the same thing for your power wire. Go ahead and crimp it down.Next up, we're gonna be lining up this plastic bracket that we can mount our flare onto, and then there should be some included hardware, a hex bolt, as well as a flange nut, and we also have these L brackets here as well. We are putting an L bracket in this first position. So what we're gonna do is slide the bolt all the way through and then feeling on the backside, install the nut. Repeat that for the second mounting position. Now we're not tightening these down yet. We're gonna wait till every bolt is installed and we only need these brackets on the first two, for now, so continue on with just mounting the plastic bracket to the fender of your Jeep. Keep moving down the plastic bracket and installing your hardware. And now in position number five on your plastic bracket, install another one of these aluminum L brackets, and again, we are leaving it loose for now, and we'll tighten it down in a minute. Next up, we can install the second plastic bracket. We also need to slide the aluminum brackets over top of this first mounting location. Slide your hardware through that bracket and then through the plastic bracket and go ahead and thread one of the flange nuts on the backside. This next mounting point will just get hardware and the final mounting point will also get an aluminum bracket. And if you can't quite reach this one by hand, you can use an 11-millimeter wrench to hold the backside.And now with an 11-millimeter wrench and your 10-millimeter socket, go ahead and tighten these down. Keep in mind you are going into plastic so don't over tighten. Repeat that until both of the plastic brackets are tightened down. And now what we can do is line up the fender flare over top of all the brackets and also over top of the plastic brackets that we mounted to the Jeep. Go ahead and line up your flare to those L brackets. Using a pop clip, go ahead and pop it in place. Moving on to the next mounting point, install your next pop clip and press it in place. Continue along the flare, lining up all of your brackets with the pop clips. Repeat that until all of your pop clips are installed.And now we can plug in the wires that we installed earlier. Starting with this ground wire here, we're gonna plug it into our ground that we wired in. We've also extended these wires a bit just to give ourselves a bit more room to work with, so we'll need to zip tie up the remainder. And also the red power wire will go to your white and green power wire on your Jeep. And again, once they're fully connected, make sure you secure the wires up and out of the way. All right. We're starting with the front of our rear wheel well. This, again, is labeled. These install a little bit differently than the fronts do, in that we're gonna mount up these brackets beforehand, and then it mounts to the Jeep.As you guys can see, the openings right here are a little bit more shallow than the ones next to them and that's where the L bracket goes. So what you wanna do here is grab the hex hardware, install it through the bracket itself, and at this point, we are gonna tighten it down with a 10-millimeter wrench and an 11-millimeter ratcheting wrench. And then repeat that at the other side of this plastic bracket to install the aluminum L bracket. And again, it's in a shallower opening than the rest of them. That's how you'll know where it goes. Now with those L brackets installed, we can install the plastic bracket to the Jeep. We're using push clips for these and what we're gonna do is line them up with the openings in your Jeep and pop them into place.Next up, moving to the center section, again, side specific so make sure you have the proper side corresponding to what you're working on. Slide your bolt through, same as that front section and using your 10-millimeter wrench and 11-millimeter ratcheting wrench, go ahead and tighten it down. You wanna keep the bracket as centered as you can as you tighten. And now you can line up the plastic bracket with the side of your Jeep. Go ahead and install that hex bolt through and the nut on the backside. Repeat that for your second mounting hole.Now with your 11-millimeter wrench and 10-millimeter socket, you can tighten these two down. Again, just keep in mind that we are going into plastic so you don't wanna over tighten. Now go ahead and repeat that for the last plastic bracket and keep in mind, like the other two, still side specific so make sure you have the proper side and the proper position. We're doing the same thing and mounting these aluminum L brackets to the plastic bracket. Then using our 10-millimeter wrench and 11-millimeter ratcheting wrench and tightening it down. Now repeat that for the second mounting position. Again, this one is the second from the last and you can tell which one it is by how shallow the mounting point is. You can also line it up on the Jeep and look for the actual holes in the fender and these will correspond where there isn't a hole whereas the one right next to it, there will be a hole in the Jeep. Grab your 10-millimeter wrench and 11-millimeter ratcheting wrench and tighten it down.Now, for this back portion, we will be using pop clips again because we can't access the other side. So slide your pop clip in and press it in place. Line up your other two holes and press in your pop clips. Now what you can do is grab the flare and go ahead and line it up over top of each of these brackets. It may take a bit of maneuvering to get them to line up nicely but go ahead and get it seated one section at a time. Line up your flare with the bracket and install a pop clip through the flare into your bracket. Repeat that with the rest of your brackets until they're all installed. All right. So now that you have the front and rear fender flare installed on the driver's side, repeat that process to install the passenger side. And then that is gonna do it for the review and install of these fender flares. And remember, for all things Jeep, keep it right here at

      Product Information

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


      • Flat Style Front Fender Flares
      • Provides Additional Tire Coverage
      • Extra Protection from Road and Trail Debris
      • Side Marker Lights Included
      • Automotive Grade ABS Plastic Construction
      • UV Treated Matte Black Finish
      • Paintable - Install As Is or Paint To Match
      • Straight Forward Bolt-on Installation - Minor Drilling Required
      • Sold as a Set of (4) Fender Flares
      • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Models


      Protection and Style. Add extra protection to your 2007-2018 JK Wrangler, while improving its style, with a set of Barricade Off-Road Flat Style Fender Flares. Featuring a flat fender design, these Flares will open up your Wrangler's wheel wells for a more aggressive off-road appearance. These Flat Flares not only provide additional tire coverage to protect your rig from flying debris, but they also give you a little extra room when upgrading to a beefier set of tires.

      Durable Construction. Barricade manufactures their Flat Style Fender Flares from an OEM quality acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) plastic 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 a matte black finish that matches your Wrangler's existing factory trim.

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

      Bolt-on Installation. Barricade's Flat Fender Flares were designed to be a direct bolt-on upgrade using just basic hand tools. Please note that minor drilling will be required for installation. Installation of the side marker lights will require some minor wiring for operation.

      Application. These Barricade Off-Road Flat Style Fender Flares; ABS are specifically designed for use on 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK models. Sold as a set of four.


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      • (1) Front Driver Side Fender Flare
      • (1) Front Passenger Side Fender Flare
      • (2) Amber Side Marker Lights
      • (1) Rear Driver Side Fender Flare
      • (1) Rear Passenger Side Fender Flare
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