Review & Install Video
I'm Ryan from extremeterrain.com, and this is my review and installation of the RBP No Drill Fender Trim fitting all 2007 and up JKs. Today we're gonna talk through the installation of this fender trim, which is a very simple one out of three wrench installation. You're gonna be able to install these in under an hour with hardly any tools. These clip right into place making installation very, very simple. We're also gonna talk through the construction and a few of the features.
This fender trim is for those of you who want to keep the factory fenders, but want to dress them up a little bit. This is going to change the look of your Jeep drastically, without the need to actually change out the fenders. Now, when you look at the cost of these, you can probably get a flat fender or a pocket style or rivet style fender flare kit for around the cost of these, maybe a little bit more. So, if there is another option out there that fits the style you want and you decide to change your whole fender, that option is available. However, if you wanna keep your factory fenders and just change up the look of them, this option is a unique one. This fender trim is made of a high-impact, UV-resistant plastic material that is similar to your factory fender flares. Now, what really gives these the look, is the fact that each one of them has these holes drilled across the front and these aren't vanity holes, these are for rivets that are included that have the RBP logo etched right into 'em.
So, the first step is to actually install those rivets, and then you install the trim onto your fenders, giving you that custom look. Now, as I said before, the install of these is a very, very simple process. Definitely a one out of three wrenches, under an hour to install. The only tool you're going to need to install these is to actually get the rivets attached onto the trim, getting the trim onto the fender flares is done with clips. So, once you get the rivets in each of the trim pieces, you'll remove the clips out of the bag, clip them onto your factory fender flares. They literally just clip over the edge of the flare. And then clip the trim into that clip as well. That's the only connection point. There's no 3M tape. There's no bolts, these just clip into place. Now, I don't think that's a bad thing, these aren't gonna fall off on you when you're driving down the road, those clips do hold these on fairly securely, but it makes installing these very, very simple.
As I mentioned, you can get a set of fender flares, an aftermarket set, that are either a flat style, pocket style or rivet style or any combination of those for around the same cost that you'll have to pay for this trim kit. So, if you see a set of full flares that you want and you're willing to do a little bit more work on the install of removing the flares and installing an aftermarket set, than that route certainly exists. However, if you wanna keep your factory fender flares installed for whatever reason, or if you just like the idea that this is a very simple clip-on install, these are a good way of changing up the look of your Jeep. However, you are going to have pay for it.
So, if you want to change up the look of your Jeep but keep your factory fenders installed, this fender trim kit is, certainly, an option as long as you have the budget for it. So, that's my review of the RBP No Drill Fender Trim, fitting all 2007 and up JKs, that you can find right here at extremeterrain.com.