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RedRock 4x4 Flat Fender Flares (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

Item J103867
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      Video Review & Installation

      Hey, guys. It's Sara with And today, we have a review and install the RedRock 4x4 Flat 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 feature a bolt-up install and work with your factory marker light. They feature automotive-grade thermoplastic construction with a UV-treated matte black finish that you can leave as is or paint to match your Jeep. So, the main job of an aftermarket fender flare is to provide more clearance in the wheel well area and make some more room for articulation when you're taking your Jeep off-road. Now, there's two main types of fender flares, metal or the plastic one that we have here, and there are some pros and cons to each. For the plastic flare, the best part is that if you do encounter an obstacle that comes in contact with your flare while you're off-roading and it damages the flare, it's not gonna also damage your factory fender as well. These flares also include a bracket to use with your factory marker light, so you can seamlessly transfer it over from your factory flares and you don't have to source one aftermarket.So, I did wanna note that although we don't have fender liners on our Jeep, these will work with your factory fender liners. However, you may need to do some trimming to get them to line up. Alternatively, RedRock also offers a set of aftermarket fender liners if you'd like to go with the plug-and-play route. So, as far as price goes, these flares come in at around $400 for a set of four, which is middle of the road price-wise when compared to other options. And for your money, you are getting a full set of fender flares that feature a bolt-up install and work with your factory marker light. 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 a direct bolt-up install and can be done within two hours. So, with that said, let's check out the install. For this install, we used an impact gun but a regular ratchet will work just fine. You'll also need a pop clip removal tool, a 10-millimeter socket or 10-millimeter wrenches, and 13-millimeter wrenches. 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's 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 needlenose 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 needlenose. 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 needlenose 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 needlenose 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 for this one, this is one of the ones you can access the back of, you can use the needlenose pliers to help you release the clip. And keep going until all these are removed. All right. 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, these deliver the one thing you definitely want from an aftermarket flare, and that is more clearance. While they have the same similar appearance to the factory, they're definitely a lot smaller to get you some more articulation when you're taking your Jeep off-road. They feature thermoplastic construction with a UV-treated matte finish. So, again, they look a lot like your factory, but you can paint them to match your Jeep as well.Another great feature is thanks to this bracket that comes included, you can reuse your factory side marker which a lot of other options don't offer and we'llshow you that install in just a second. So, with that said, let's get back into our install. All right. So next up, we are gonna transfer over this marker light to our new flare. To do that, we're gonna remove some pop clips starting with the one at the corner here. Go ahead and get that removed. There's also a second pop clip holding on this harness. Go ahead and remove that as well and press down on the connector and disconnect the harness. Next up, what we need to do is lift out the center section enough so we can get this marker light out. To do that, you may need to drill out this plastic rivet. Ours is already disconnected. So, what I'm gonna do is just lift up just enough to get it out. You're gonna press down on this connector here, sort of it helps the light be popped into place. And then pull backwards to release these two clips.Now we can get it mounted up to this new bracket. They are side-specific, so make sure you have the proper one. If you're not sure you can line it up on your Jeep. Grab your factory light, go ahead and line it up in this bracket. Grab the small H-shaped bracket and what we're gonna do is line it up like this over top, and then just press this into place and it locks in. Then make sure you reconnect your wiring harness. Now, before we can get the flare mounted up, we do need to mount this rubber bumper on top of the factory bracket. To do this, we're gonna grab one of the longer hex bolts included with the kit, slide it through that rubber bumper, and on the other side, a washer and one of the regular nuts. Now, what you're gonna do here is just tighten this one down slightly just so it's snug with a 13-millimeter wrench, slide another washer on and slide it through this bracket. Then on the other side, install another washer and the lock nut. Then with a 13-millimeter socket or wrench, tighten this down. And now you can go ahead and set the fender over top of that rubber bumper and get it lined up. Grab your hex hardware with your washer and a flange nut for the backside, line it up with the openings in your Jeep's vendor through the fender flare, and thread it together.Now, we are gonna keep these loose for now until we have all the holes lined up and then we'll tighten it down at the end. repeat that for the next mounting hole right next to it. Same thing hex bolt, washer, and a flange not for the backside. And then keep moving along the fender flare until all of your bolts are installed in each of the mounting points. Then with two 10-millimeter wrenches, go ahead and tighten it down. Keep moving up the fender flare until all of your hardware is tightened. And just keep in mind that there is some room for adjustability, so make sure the fender is sitting exactly where you want it before you tighten it down. Next up, we can install the factory side marker. We're gonna start by plugging it into the connector. And there is a lot of extra wiring here. So, you may wanna throw a zip tie or two on there once it's mounted up to keep it out of the way. Next up, line it up to both the factory bolt hole and a hole right up front here. Make sure that you have the proper side. I'm just gonna thread in that factory bolt. And with a 10-millimeter socket, tighten it down. As you tighten, make sure you're still lined up with the second bolt. Then go ahead and install the included M6 hardware through the other hole.And once you have that threaded in, grab a 10-millimeter socket and a wrench to hold the backside, go ahead and tighten it down. And keep in mind you are going into plastic so you don't wanna overtighten it. Now we're moving on to the rear. Go ahead and hold up that rear flare to make sure it lines up with each of the holes. Next up, you're gonna go to the top two holes, the ones that you can feel the backside of, and you're gonna slide an M6 bolt, washer, and flange through, and thread it on. Now, we are leaving the top two bolts loose for now until we get the rest of the flare installed. We're using the included pop clips. Line up each of these holes and press the pop clip through. Keep going until all these are installed in the remaining holes. Continue on the flare until you've installed all of the pop clips in the remaining holes. And now once all the pop clips are installed, go ahead and grab your two 10-millimeter wrenches and tighten down the hardware at the very top. All right. So now that the front and rear install is complete, you wanna repeat that process on your passenger side.And once you're all done, that is gonna do it for the review and install of these fender flares. And remember for all things Jeep, keep it at

      Product Information

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


      • Flat Style Fender Flares
      • Increased Tire Clearance
      • UV Treated
      • Durable Thermoplastic Construction
      • No Drill Installation
      • For 2 & 4 Door Models
      • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Models


      Increased Clearance. The RedRock 4x4 Flat Fender Flare Kit is designed to give your Wrangler an aggressive appearance while enhancing clearances for larger tires and off road travel. Ideal for those looking for optimum approach angles, these flat flares will provide extra room for articulation off road without breaking the bank.

      Quality Construction. These flat flares are crafted from durable thermoplastic with a matte black designed to complement your Wrangler's factory finishes. Each is UV treated to prevent fading and chalking for long lasting performance no matter where the road takes you.

      No Drill Installation. This kit includes everything you'll need for installation on your Jeep Wrangler JK or JK Unlimited including mounting hardware and side marker brackets for legal on road travel. No drilling or modification to your Jeep is required for a hassle free upgrade.

      Application. The RedRock 4x4 Flat Fender Flare Kit is designed to fit 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK and JK Unlimited (4 door) models.

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (4) Flares
      • (20) M6 Mounting nuts
      • (20) M6 Mounting bolts
      • (20) Push rivets
      • (2) Side marker bracket
      • (2) Side marker retainer
      • Hardware

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