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Pocket Rivet Style Fender Flares; Matte Black (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Merideth: Hey, guys. So, today we're checking out the Pocket Rivet Style Fender Flares in Matte Black, fitting all 2007 to 2018 JK Wranglers. So, if you're in search of a Safari-style or Overland appearance to your JK, these fenders are a very affordable way to achieve that look. Now, these fenders will not only add additional styling to your rig with the flat build, pocketed style, and multiple marker lights, but these will also increase your clearance that you have inside your wheel well areas if you're searching for a fender to do that. Now, this set will also keep a little bit of a wider style compared to some other flat flares that can be very narrow, giving you a little bit more coverage to your tire, and also a lot of room, again, inside that wheel well area, in comparison to an oversized flare. Now, these flares will be made of a durable ABS plastic material that'll be able to take any light impacts off-road, and offer a nice matte black appearance. And it's very similar to the factory one, so if you're a fan of that factory-style contrast that the fenders have to offer, then these are going to be a great pick.Now, what I really like about this option is the additional lighting. Now, most fenders will come with the standard one marker light per side, but this comes with three led markers, which will make you a lot more noticeable, and will also match with any other LEDs or amber LEDs that you currently have on your setup. Now, I would like to mention that they will require a little bit of wiring. Two are plug and play, but there is some minor wiring included, so I would just keep that in mind when picking up this set of flares. Not to mention, this will also come with stainless steel hardware, and the pocket style that this fender has will add a nice riveted look to the Jeep.Now, with all that being said, these are going to be incredibly affordable for the set of four. I would like to mention that I only have two on the table here, but this will come with the front and the rear and all of the hardware and lights that you need. But this is, again, going to be affordable, at roughly $175 for this set. Now, when comparing these to other options available on the site, again, these are going to have that triple-LED light look, the pocketed look, and it's going to have that flat build. Now, you will see options that are very similar to this, with the flat pocket appearance, however, they may be a little bit wider than this, offering a bit more coverage to the tire, or they may be a little bit thicker when it comes to the flare itself. However, taking a look at plastic flares as a whole, a lot are going to have some of these features, but not all of them, which will leave you compromising. So, overall, I think if you're not looking to break the bank on a set of flares, and you're a fan of that Safari look for better clearance, then this is the set to choose.Now, install will be pretty straightforward. Like I said, there is a little bit of minor wiring, but I am still gonna give it a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about two hours to get the job done with some basic hand tools. And one of our guys in the shop is gonna show you how to do that step by step. So, that wraps it up for me. Let's go ahead and get into the install.Man: Tools required for this install include a ratchet, wire strippers and crimpers, pliers, a clip remover tool, couple size screwdrivers, a 7 and 10-millimeter wrench, a 10-millimeter socket, T-taps and spades, a paint or a grease pen, a pry tool, and a test light.What's up, guys? Today we're gonna be installing a set of fender flares on our Wrangler, so let's get started. So, to remove our front fender flare, there are a couple 10-millimeter bolts and pop clips that we need to get out, and then we can just pull straight back and disconnect our side marker harness. So, we have these three pop clips, and then these two 10-millimeters, one up here, there's one towards the front by our harness, one up in here, and one up here. We're missing a few, so we just have the three here, so we'll remove those. So, we have these two 10-millimeter screws, one up top, one over here, one up in here, and one here. We're missing a bunch of our screws, so we just have these three, so we're gonna remove those and our three pop clips.Now we can remove our clips with a panel remover tool. So, now coming to the backside, we have six push clips in our rear fender well that we need to get out, and then we can just pull it straight out. So, we have three pop clips on each side. There's gonna be one here, one here, and one up here. So, the next three are pretty much in the same positions as the other side. We have one here, one here, and one up here. And now we can pull back to remove our fender flare. So, now, just like the front, we have these clips left over that we can take a trim panel remover tool and pop out. So, now we can remove our taillight, so we're gonna need to splice into this for our fender lights. So, we have four Phillips head screws that we can remove and pull this out. So, if you wanna retain your factory fender liners with your new fender flares, you're gonna have to cut along this line here, as well as right here. And you're gonna have to drill through all of these plastic rivets up here. We're not gonna be doing that. We're gonna be installing our new fender flares without fender liners. So, let's get started on that.So, now, to install our fender flares, we're gonna have to drill a hole into our fender. So, there's one hole in the corner that doesn't have a corresponding hole on the fender. So, we can line it up, get our holes straight, and then mark it with a paint pen or a piece of chalk, something like that. And then we'll take an 11/32 drill bit and drill a hole through there. For demonstration purposes, we're not gonna be drilling that hole. We're just gonna be using the other holes there. So, let's get this fender on.Now, this is gonna be our little mark that we made right here. So, to install our fender flare in the hole we drilled and our three top holes, we're gonna be using our bolt, our silver washer, and our nut. And then, don't forget to insert your bolt through the hole you drilled as well. And then we can get a 10-millimeter wrench and a 10-millimeter socket. Snug these up. So then, for our next hole, all the way at the front, we're gonna be putting our bolt into the factory U-clip. And then we can tighten that one down with a 10-millimeter as well. So now, for our next three holes on the backside of the fender, we're gonna be using another one of our bolts. This time, we're gonna be using a thin, black washer instead of the silver, and our same nut. And now we can go ahead and tighten those down with a 10-millimeter socket and a 10-millimeter wrench, once again.So, our next step's gonna be to install our side markers. So, we can do that with our silver Phillips head screw, our small silver washers, and small silver nuts. And then we can snug these up with a Phillips head screwdriver and a 7-millimeter wrench. Now we can reconnect our wiring harness, and repeat the same process on the other side.So now, moving on to the back, we have these eight white, little screw mounting clips. So, they're gonna go in these first four holes on the side and the first four holes over here, and then we're gonna put our screws through 'em to mount the fender flare. So, now we can take our medium-sized screw, with our flat washer, and thread it through the hole. So now, for these last two holes up top, we're gonna use those same bolts from the front, another one of the flat black washers, and a nut on the back. And then, just like the front, we can take a 10-millimeter socket and a 10-millimeter wrench, and snug these down.So, now our next step is to install our side marker harness. So, we can go ahead and press it through, and then we have one of our screws, and then a washer and a nut that'll go on the inside. And now we can tighten those down with a screwdriver and a 7-millimeter wrench. Now we can fish our wires through a hole into our brake light, and we can mount our control box. So, now we can route and tuck our wires. So, we can feed everything behind the fender. And then we can come back in with zip ties to kind of clean this up a little better.So, now we can go ahead and turn on our running lights for the brake light. You got a test light, hook it up to a ground, and start to probe and find our power wire. And there we go. So, it's gonna be the white with the purple stripe through it. There we go. So, it's gonna be the top middle, which is that white wire with the purple strip. All right. So, now we're gonna splice into our power and our ground with a vampire clip. And then we'll connect the spade into our harness, and connect those together. So, we can pull back on this a little bit and give us some space. And we can tighten that down with some pliers. Now we can slide our spades over, and we can crimp that down. Now we can connect our black to our ground, and our white to our positive. So, now we can reconnect our taillight harness and reinstall our taillight.Merideth: So, that's gonna wrap it up for my review and the install of the Pocket Rivet Style Fender Flares in Matte Black, fitting all 2007 to 2018 JK Wranglers. 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      Product Information

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


      • Pocket Rivet Style Fender Flares
      • Provides Extra Protection from Road Debris
      • LED Side Marker Lights Included
      • Durable Automotive Grade ABS Plastic
      • Matte Black Finish
      • Simple Installation - Minor Drilling Required
      • Sold As a Set of Four
      • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Models


      Extra Protection. A set of Pocket-Rivet Style Fender Flares are a must have upgrade for any JK Wrangler that spends its time out on the trail. Featuring a rugged, wide pocket style design, these Fender Flares will give you the additional protection you need to shield your JK's body and paint from the stones and debris that get kicked up by your tires. Best of all, the wider width will provide you with the additional tire coverage needed when you go to install an oversized set of wheels and tires.

      Fender Mounted LED Lights. The manufacturer had the foresight to design its front Fender Flares with side marker lights. The amber LED side markers will make sure other drivers see you day or night, even from a distance.

      ABS Plastic Construction. These Pocket-Rivet Style Fender Flares are manufactured from an OEM quality acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) material. ABS is an extremely strong material known for its light-weight, superior durability and impact resistance. Completed in a UV treated, matte black finish, these Fender Flares will look great for years to come.

      Bolt-on Installation. These Pocket-Rivet Style Fender Flares were designed to be a direct bolt-on upgrade using just basic hand tools and the included installation hardware. Please note that installation of the LED lights will require some minor wiring for operation.

      Application. These Pocket-Rivet Style Fender Flares; Matte Black are designed to fit 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK models.


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      • (2) Front Flares
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