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Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation
Design and Construction. The Omix-ADA 7-inch Fender Flare Kit includes front and rear flares for the right and left sides along with front fender extensions. These flares are made from UV-treated flexible thermoplastic for long-lasting performance. They come in a matte black finish to complement the vehicle's looks.
Performance. Fender flares in this Omix-ADA kit provide extra wheel space to accommodate larger tires while adding a cool, off-road look. They also keep your vehicle safe from rock chips and debris. These flares require trimming of the rear wheel openings.
Fitment. This fender flare kit is designed for Jeep Wrangler YJ 87-95 models.
Fitment: 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 Details
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May 08, 2020
The front flares fit perfectly. The rear flares don’t come even close to fitting and you have to do a lot of body cutting on your jeep in order to get them to fit. I certainly would not buy the rear flares.Helpful (0)
May 05, 2020
Looks Good, Highly Involved Install
VEHICLE: 1994 Jeep Wrangler YJ Sahara FIT: Front: As other reviews mention, it is a very good fit and all of the holes line up. Once the old one is removed, about a 15-30 minute install for each side. Rear: This fender is simply not made for the YJ and it is wrong of the company to indicate that it is. When I read the reviews and it was mentioned that some trimming is involved, I figured that meant of the plastic fenders. Wrong, you have to cut the rear 1/4 panels (see picture.) Also, none of the holes match up and it is a completely custom install. Luckily, I have air tools and enjoy doing this. After you cut the quarter, you then have to fabricate a cover to avoid mud and water getting inside some protected areas. On the Sahara, which has running boards, you do have to cut the rear part of the running board as well. Due to the location of a metal bracket, you won't be able to get the rear fenders 100 flush at the bottome (about 1/8' off) unless you have a plasma cutter. However, it isn't a big deal and will still protect the vehicle equally as well. OVERALL LOOK: At the end of the day, I'm happy with the look and they will completely protect my vehicle from flying rocks. My issue before is that I would go off-roading and because my tires stuck out beyond the fenders, the side of the Jeep was completely covered with mud where I could only look out the front windshield. INSTALL SUGGESTIONS: -Do not do this install without first removing the tire on the fender that you are working on -Taking the old fenders off may be difficult due to rust, etc. I had to end up cutting off about 5 of the old fasteners as they were simply too rusted to get a wrench on. On the front, the uninstall probably took about an hour/ side, where as the install only 15 minutes. -If you don't have experience in cutting metal and/or don't have an extensive set of tools, don't buy these fenders. -Overall realize that it is going to be more of a project than you expected but the end result is good, assuming you are not a perfectionist and appreciate the Jeep for being a Jeep.Helpful (1)
April 11, 2020
Awesome Fender Flares
This fender flares work great and easy to install.Helpful (0)
May 21, 2019
Fronts are a direct fit . Rears need to be trimmed and measured for level and offset from front to rear. Then used additional sheet metal screws to make up for areas that couldn’t catch the old screw holes. All in all turned out great!Helpful (3)
March 05, 2019
Cutting is involved if you have a YJ
The front flares fit perfectly and look great. The rear flares aren’t made for the YJ, they are made for the TJ, so I had to cut out my rear opening. Some people are okay with this, but my YJ has pinstripes so the rear flares made the pinstripes look funky. I wasn’t planning on painting my YJ till next year but now it’s going to happen soon!Helpful (4)
February 18, 2019
93 wrangler/ work in progress
i bought a 1993 wrangler, and someone changed the tires, they stuck out 4 inches past the stock flares .so I purchased a set of Omix-ADA 7 in.flares and Installed them. they look Great. had to trim the rear fenders out,for clearance. for the larger tiresHelpful (3)
January 20, 2019
Some modifications to rear fenders,front fits perfectlyHelpful (4)
August 15, 2018
My 1995 Wrangler YJ with new fender flairs
The tire size is 32 1100 x R15 , 10 wide, Falcan tires stuck out 7 inches and was in need of coverage for inspection in Delaware. These fender flairs fit great . In the front no cutting and used your old amber marker light. The rear flair were a bit of a challenge because of cutting the back of the fender. Just laid the flair out on cardboardmarked it cut it and taped it to the wheel well and marked the fender. Cut on the line.Helpful (9)
September 19, 2017
Very easy to install and attach to the Jeep. I have had them for two years now and they have faded from the sharp looking black, lasted about a year, to the sun bleached gray/black color.Helpful (10)
July 28, 2017
7 " fender flare
These fenders really helped me complete the look and make room for the 33s". The body cut was simple on the back fenders. Made a template out of cardboard and reversed on the opposite side. Comes with the mounting kit. The front marker lights did not match up perfectly to the stock screw holes, so I had to make another hole to get two screws in. I love the flat look.Helpful (10)
How difficult are these fender flares to install and specifically how much tire coverage will they provide? For the above referenced fender flare I have two questions. 1. What exactly does "requires trimming of the rear wheel opening" involve? Do you have to trim metal? 2. Do these flares provide 7 inches of tire coverage measured from the edge of the body?
The Rugged Ridge 7 in. Fender Flare 6pc Kit w/ Hardware (87-95 Wrangler YJ) is fairly easy however, it does require trimming. More details on the install can be found here: http://1.cdn.lib.extremeterrain.com/guides/J14452_Guide.pdf The Rugged Ridge 7 in. Fender Flare 6pc Kit w/ Hardware (87-95 Wrangler YJ) is a 7in flare, so where the flare connect to the outer side should be roughly 7in of coverage.
I have a 1991 jeep sahara that I am rebuilding and I want to stay true to the original paint scheme but with upgraded fender flares and a lift kit. Can these fender flares be painted and is there any special instruction to painting them ?
With the right preparation these fender flares can be painted! I'd highly recommend sanding and priming these flares first, and then being sprayed with paint specifically made for plastic products.
Are these the same material as the factory fenders or are they more like ABS?
These are constructed from a UV Treated Flexible Thermoplastic. This will be more similar to a stronger ABS design.
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