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DV8 Off-Road Flat Tube Fender Flares (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Gen2 Flares - Wider than Gen1
    • Adds Clearance and Up Travel
    • Extra Flex Tubes
    • Strong Internal Bracing
    • Steel Plating w/ Rubber Guards
    • Textured Black Powdercoat Finish
    • Rear Flare: Approx. 4" Wide
    • Front Flare: Approx. 8 to 10.5" Wide
    • Drilling is Required
    • Stainless Steel Mounting Hardware
    • Sold as a Set of Four
    • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    I'm Ryan from, and this is my review and installation of the DV8 Off-Road Flat Tube Fender Flares, fitting all 2007 and up JKs. Today we are going to talk through the installation of these fender flares, which is a very simple one out of three wrench installation. These are going to bolt directly in place of your factory flares, using all of the factory holes in your body, so no drilling or major modifications necessary. This install will take a little bit of time, probably around three hours. However, overall an easy install, and we'll talk a little bit more about the installation in just a second. We're also gonna talk through the construction and a few of the features of these flares. There are a couple of benefits to running a flat fender flare. The biggest one is, some additional up travel before your tire were to hit your flare. If you're in an awkward situation, you have bigger tires, maybe a lift in your sway bars are disconnected, when you are articulating, you can have a tire hit your factory flare which can pop it right off the side of your Jeep leaving it laying on the side of the trail. Of course you can always pop that back on with a couple of additional plastic clips, but to alleviate that problem, running a flat fender flare will give you that additional clearance before the tire hits the flare. Now, there are a couple of different schools of thought when it comes to flat fender flares. Some people really like a set of metal flares, because they feel like that gives them added protection, some added strength. While other people say that a metal flare while it will hold up better to contact with a tree or rock, something else off road, it may also transfer that impact from the flare into the rest of the body of the Jeep, which can cause a much more expensive repair, while a plastic flair would just bend or possibly break, but not damage the rest of the Jeep. So, it really comes down to what your thoughts are on metal flares versus plastic flares. But, if you are in the market for a set of metal tubular flat flares, these are going to be a very well-built option that will install on the Jeep very easily, and in my opinion are fairly priced. This is a set of four steel flat fender flares. Now, for the price, you might actually be surprised that you're getting all four of them. These are very fairly priced, and also very well-built. These have internal bracing, the tubes upfront are spread far apart enough that they're not going to interfere or give you any trouble. With limiting up travel, these of course are covered with a textured black powder coat finish which looks really good on pretty much any color of Jeep. You could of course paint these if you chose to, but a lot of people are just going to leave these as the factory produces them which is in that textured like powder coat. These do come with stainless steel hardware, and they are designed to bolt directly onto your Jeep. Now, the rear flares which is the one that I have laying down here is about four inches wide, and the front flare is anywhere between eight and ten and a half inches depending on where you measure it. Now, these are the gen two flares from DV8, which are going to be a little bit wider than their first generation flares, which is a really nice feature for those of you who need complete tire coverage in order to remain legal on the road, or just those of you who like to have some additional tire coverage to keep the tires from throwing junk up on the side of your Jeep. Now, one thing you are going to have to consider with these flares, is what you're going to do with your front marker light. The marker light that's in the factory fender flare doesn't have a spot to go when you're installing these flat metal flares. DV8 does include a small bracket but it won't accept your factory light, you will have to purchase an aftermarket LED light. So again, that is just something to consider. But other than the light, DV8 did think of a lot with these flares. In fact, they include a rubber gasket that's going to go between the flare, and the rest of the body of your Jeep, which is going to help keep the flare from chipping your factory paint which is really nice. That means that, if you do decide to take these off, go back to a factory flare, or go to a different style flare, you're not going to have a destroyed paint job underneath where your flare were mounted. Now, these flares again are a set of four, and is a set of four that's going to mount on either a two-door or a four-door JK. Some other flare manufactures have only been able to make a rear flare that will fit on either the two-door or the four-door, because they are a slightly different body style. However, DV8 has come up with a design that will work on both two-door and four-door. So, to get these installed on your Jeep, again is a one out of three wrench install, even though you will have probably three hours into it. You're going to need some hand tools, but other than that again, because this is bolt-on not a lot of specialty tools necessary. The first step is going to be of course removing your factory fender flares, which you'll do by removing a couple of bolts upfront, make sure that your wiring harness for that marker light is out of the way, and then really just give those flares a good pull. Chances are you're going to break one, or probably most of those plastic clips that hold those factory flares on to the body, but you're not going to be reusing those, and to be honest it's a very, very difficult to remove the flares without breaking those clips. So again, I just recommend giving them a pull, break some clips, it's not a big deal, you're not going to be reusing them. After that, you can go through with the trim tool, and remove the remaining clips that's left in the body. Because you are going to be using those holes to bolt your new flares into place. Now, these do not have explicit instructions on how to trim your factory inner fender liners, to use them with these flares. So, you can get creative and go ahead and trim those, and try and make them work, or remove them completely. DV8 does offer an aluminum inner fender liners that I really like the looks of that you could certainly bolt up with these flares. Getting back to the install, the next step is going to be installing that rubber gasket material onto your flare. Once that's installed, it's really just a matter of holding the flare up to the side of the Jeep, and using the included stainless steel hardware, to bolt it on. The rear is a very similar process, all you're going to need to do again, remove any bolts that might be in the way, but in the rear, it's just mostly those plastic clips. Give the flare a pull, get rid of that inner fender liner, hold the new one up to the Jeep after installing a gasket and bolt it up with the included hardware.Because this is an easy bolt-on installation, you're not installing any nut sets in the body, you're not drilling any additional holes in the body, this is going to be a very simple install that anybody can do in your driveway. As far as the price you have to pay for these flares, I think it's really fair. You're getting four metal fender flares for what a high, and plastic flare will go for. And a lot of the metal flares out there are going to be more expensive than these are by the time you purchase both the front and the rear. And with this you are getting a really high quality piece with a quality powdered coat finish. You're getting that stainless steel hardware. So, it is a very all inclusive set. I think that these are very fairly priced, but anytime you're looking at a metal flare, you are going to be in that $600 to $700 range. So, as long as you're comfortable with that, I think that these are well-built and worth a look. So, if you're looking to install a set of flat fender flares, and you like the idea of a solid metal set, these are going to be a nice set to take a look at. These are going to increase up travel and drastically change the look of your Jeep, all while being an easy bolt on installation. So, that's my review of the DV8 Flat Tube Fender Flare fitting all 2007 and up JKs, that you can find right here at

    Customize Your Flares. The DV8 Off-Road Flat Tube Fender Flares are made for 2007-2018 JK models. You will find that these fender flares bolt directly in place and utilize the holes that are already drilled on the Jeep’s body. You can expect installation to take about three hours total, but it is easy. These fender flares off you the convenience of additional up travel and provide for clearance of bigger tires. They eliminate the hassle of your factory flares popping off due to your tires rubbing or not having enough of that clearance you need. Metal flares are not always a good choice for everyone because they can transfer the impact when you hit an object to the body of the Jeep and these plastic fender flares fight back against then. While absorbing the impact, you can expect these flares to be break and crack resistant. The DV8 Off-Road Flat Tube Fender Flares are priced fairly and come with inner bracing to ensure protection of your Jeep at all times. These flares come in a powder coated black finish that can be painted to match the color of your Jeep. This kit does come with stainless steel hardware that is corrosion resistant.

    Steel Plated Tubing. Your factory plastic fenders will not protect your Jeep the way you want them to and a small knock or bump can cause them to crack and buckle under pressure. The DV8 Off-Road Flat Tube Fender Flares are made from thick steel plated tubing to ensure superior strength and durability both on and off the road. Each of the fender flares comes with a rubber guard to protect your Jeep from any scratching that may occur.

    Moderate Installation. Installation of DV8 Off-Road Flat Tube Fender Flares are designed to be a moderate installation with some drilling required. You will find that all of the hardware needed comes in the box. Each fender flare has been precision cut to provide a solid and exact fit to your Jeep. You can expect installation to take about two hours and is considered simple.

    Application. These 2nd generation DV8 Off-Road Fenders are designed for 2007-2018 Wrangler JK. They have a wider design than 1st generation fenders to keep your Wrangler street legal.

    Freight Notes. Freight items can only be shipped within the continental 48 states, no expedited methods. What is freight shipping? Your Answers are Right Here!.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

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    What's in the Box
    • (2) Front Flares
    • (2) Rear Flares
    • Installation Hardware
    Installation Info
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        5 Top Rated Questions

        How much additional clearance do these flares give you compared with the stock flares?

        • These will add several inches of clearance compared to your factory flares.

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        How much do these Fenders weight?

        • The DV8 Off-Road Flat Tube Fender Flares weigh in at 75 Lbs.

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        Is there any special tools needed to install these fender flares besides a good wrench and socket set?

        • The only tool you may need while installing the DV8 Off-Road Flat Tube Fender Flares besides sockets and wrenches is a plastic trim tool to remove the plastic clips that hold the factory fender flares on.

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        Are these flares plastic or metal. description made it hard to tell.

        • The fender flares are made from thick steel plated tubing.

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        Do these flares include the marker light bracket advertised on the DV8 website?

        • Yes, these flares do come with a bracket that can be used to mount a marker light.

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        7 More Questions
        Are these compatible with NYS law? I can not find any information about not having side markers. 1 answer
        I am looking to add these to my Overland build and wondering if you can step on these to help access/load the roof rack? 1 answer
        Can these be painted? 1 answer
        What after market front marker light works with these? (I just ordered and I want to have it ready) thank you 1 answer
        Will the DV8 inner fenders work with these DV8 Off Road Flat Tube Fender Flares? 1 answer
        Can you use the stock inner liner with these fender flares? 1 answer
        If you have wheels with 4.5 inches of backspacing and 12.5 inch wide tires, how much tire will be uncovered with these fender flares? 1 answer

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          3.2 out of 5 overall rating from 27 customers

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          • August 12, 2019

            1 2007 Wrangler - smithky3 Installation Time: Weekend

            Awful fenders, came damaged

            These fenders are horrible. They are most definitely not a bolt on system. It took the better part of two days and a lot of custom work. They came out of the packaging with paint damage and the gasket had tears in it. Also the rubber hardware to attach the rear fenders are garbage! they broke before you can even get the fenders tightened down. I decided to make the fenders work but I would definitely recommend using rivnuts for the rear instead of the supplied hardware.

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          • June 14, 2019

            1 2015 Rubicon - 15JKURubi Installation Time: Full Day


            After having these for about 2 years, I am going to have to remove these fenders, have them sand blasted, painted, and probable Line-x'd. I can't believe that they rusted as quickly and as bad as they have. I live in NY, but they really should be powdercoated better. I would not buy these again. Heck, I wouldn't put a new set on my Jeep because it is just not worth to work to have to remove them in 2 years.

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          • June 06, 2019

            1 2013 Wrangler - NH

            Arrived damaged

            I have used DV8 products and have been very happy, however the fender flares arrived in a resealed package and they appeared to be used. Extreme Terrain was very helpful and replaced them. The second set arrived in a sealed box, however the fender flares had dents and scratches on them. I will be using a different product.

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          • April 12, 2019

            4 2018 Rubicon - Kevin Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great for the money

            Front fenders went on well, look good. Would recommend the fronts for sure.

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          • March 03, 2019

            1 2010 Wrangler - MitchellP Installation Time: Afternoon


            Paid good money for some poorly built flares. Weather stripping was already installed and done poorly. The box of hardware had the contents thrown around all over. No instructions or content sheet to know if I had all the hardware. Two of the flares were scratched up. I almost sent them back but I decided to fit them on anyways. Horrible choice. Should have sent them back and went with something else. Only thing nice about them is they look good. Other then that I’m highly disappointed in my purchase and will never buy another dv8 product again.

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          • December 06, 2018

            2 2013 Wrangler - MiersM Installation Time: Full Day


            Fitment is horrible, body lines don't match up. Some fabrication is needed for installation.

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          • October 31, 2018

            3 2017 Wrangler - Jack Installation Time: Afternoon

            Decent product for the price.

            The fender flares themselves are pretty decent. The fit and finish isn't terrible and they look great. No instructions came with the kit and I couldn't find any on the DV8 web site. The install is a bit more complicated than it has to be because after drilling out the rear flare mounting holes the rubber inserts kept spinning and coming out while being tightened causing serious frustration. If I had to do this again a set of riv-nuts would have probably saved serious aggravation.

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          • July 12, 2018

            4 2015 Wrangler - RandyL Installation Time: Afternoon

            Big jeep

            Look great and very durable added a few self tapping screws wasn’t too impressed with the rubber expandable bolts

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          • July 10, 2018

            1 2016 Rubicon - JeremyC Installation Time: Afternoon

            Not worth it.

            These DO require drilling for the back fenders despite what the video and description say. They do not send instructions so you have to either download them from the DV8 website or from quadratic. The company also sent these with the rubber gaskets already installed, very poorly, and one back fender didn’t have any rubber gasket sent for it at all. Also 1 of the rear fenders was dented, and a front was badly scratched. The front goes on easy, but the rubber expansion nuts you need to use for the rear for the new holes you need to drill are extremely difficult to get to work. I recommend going to get more from the hardware store before because you will ruin a few trying to get them to work. Also the 2 1/2” bolts are the wrong thread so I had to go get new bolts. I was very disappointed with DV8 and on top of it I ordered the heat dispersion hood with these and 1 of the corners by the windshield was bent and the other side won’t close down all the way. Needless to say I will never buy another product from DV8 ever again.

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          • July 02, 2018

            1 2008 Wrangler - HarrisonH

            damaged fenders

            When both fender paired arrived from shipment, all 4 fenders were scuffed and scratched all over the fenders. The inner strip of rubber was unaligned and was peeling off.

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          • June 24, 2018

            5 2015 Wrangler - COWranglers Installation Time: Afternoon

            Dv8 fenders

            Great front was easy to install, rear was more difficult. Would be better if the equipment came with some type of layout to ensure you have all of the correct amount of equipment.

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          • June 14, 2018

            4 2008 Wrangler - MikeG Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great replacements

            Product was complete and straight forward install. It was challenging on the first side but was much easier once I figured it out. Had them installed for a couple months with no problems. They look great!

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          • June 13, 2018

            5 2014 Wrangler - JeepFan4Life Installation Time: Full Day

            I am lovin' these fender flares

            After wasting my time and money on plastic fender flares last year that didn't even fit right, these metal fender flares are awesome. Shipping was fast. The fenders were carefully wrapped and packaged for shipping. Installation took longer than I expected, my thick fingers are the reason for that. The fit is perfect. The look is exactly what I've been looking for. I highly recommend this fender flares.

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          • May 10, 2018

            3 2018 Wrangler - Dawn Installation Time: Afternoon

            Drilling Required

            Not as easy of install as video shows.drilling required for the rear flares. The rubber inserts for rear suck. They do look awesome once on

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          • March 13, 2018

            4 2007 Wrangler - KevinW

            Great Value. but....

            These fender flares are a great value for the price and did definitely change the look of my jeep DV8 could put a little more RandD into making the gaskets appearance a bit cleaner.... where the fender has great lines and a great appearance during the install you need to work hard at making the gasket look straight and clean.. In the end its is a overall great value there is still a little bit more to be done to make it a perfect fit and finish.

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          • February 08, 2018

            3 2017 Wrangler - JonM Installation Time: Afternoon

            Good, Not Great

            DV8 Fenders came as described, in good condition. Yet the instal for the rear fenders was not exactly easy. The "no drilling required" was a bit off from the factory holes, by an 1/8th on some. Also the provided expanding nuts sometimes hold, sometimes not and you will need to improvise.

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          • December 01, 2017

            5 2014 Wrangler - BrandenP Installation Time: Afternoon

            Flat tube fenders

            The fitment is good. Once you figure out the procedure the following fenders go on fast. The look is top notch!!! Very nice quality. Take your time installing and the outcome is worth it.

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          • November 20, 2017

            5 2017 Wrangler - RodrigoS Installation Time: Afternoon

            dv8 flat tube fenders

            This is a great looking fender and solid, however, the install for the rear fenders it sucks and the holes you have to make it can be a problem. also it comes with no instructions. You have to download them from DV8.. when you finally install them they look great..

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          • November 04, 2017

            5 1997 Wrangler - JuliaF Installation Time: Afternoon

            DV8 Flairs

            They took two people about 4 hours to put on. You have to open 5 of the bolt holes in the back, this means that there’s no way of going back to stock. They look great. The single most complemented add on I’ve added to my jeep. The inner fenders looks good and reduces engine heat. A must have for a jeep that you don’t want to have rocks and mud flipping back on your jeep, saves the windshield from rocks flipping.

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          • September 28, 2017

            3 2010 Rubicon - Chrissafari Installation Time: Full Day

            The devil is in the details.

            My thoughts are that DV8 produce is a great quality and great value fender but they lose it in the details and this makes the whole purchase and fitment experience disappointing. Here are some points: 1 - Including multiple trips to the hardware store, this install took 5hrs for front, rear and inners (front). 2 - The first shipment had to be returned because it had one fender missing! 3 - The rubber seal was installed crooked and cannot be removed easily without replacing it so now every time I look at the jeep I will think about the lazy tech who could not make the effort to do this tiny little thing right. It would be best if they leave it for the customer to do. 4 - The rear fender is much worse with holes not lining up and supplied hardware not being compatible. 5 - The ET video tells you easy install with no drilling but as clearly stated in the (not supplied) instructions from the manufacturer, you will have to enlarge existing holes in your sheet metal. This is to house the fairly useless expanding nuts which the bolts by the way don't fit! Get spares of these before you start unless you hardware/automotive store is nearby. 6 - The rear seal was even more poorly fitted and really detracts from the look. I suggest taking the seals off and heading to your hardware store for replacement and redoing it yourself. Once installed the fenders look great and you can stand on them without any give so they are strong and a great addition. I am glad I bought and installed these but was cussing the manufacturer the whole way through for missing the small stuff and so making the whole experience much worse than it needed to be.

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