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Rugged Ridge Fender Flares (97-06 Jeep Wrangler TJ)

Item J104396
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      Review & Installation Video

      I'm Ryan from, and this is my review and installation of the Rugged Ridge All-Terrain 6-Inch Fender Flare Kit, fitting all 1997 to 2006 TJs. Now, it's important to remember that this is a four-piece kit. There are some other pocket-style 6-inch flares on the market that include all six pieces, including the small mini flare behind the front tire, but this is going to be just a four-piece kit. Today, we're gonna talk through the installation of this kit, which is a very simple one-out-of-three wrench installation that you should be able to get done in right around two hours, but we'll talk more about the installation in just a second. We're also gonna talk about the construction and a few of the features of these flares.There are a few different reasons to wanna change out the factory flares on your TJ. Oftentimes, they can become chalky and faded in the sun, or you might have cracked one the last time you hit the trail. Another reason is to get some wider flares, which will give you additional tire coverage, either because it helps to keep you legal or because it helps to keep the tires from throwing junk up on the side of your Jeep. Another reason is just because you wanna upgrade to a flare that has some additional style, a pocket-style, rivet-style flare like this one. And regardless of which one of those reasons you are deciding to upgrade, these flares are going to give you all of that, wider flare with additional style from the pocket and the rivet styling, and these are going to be made of a material that isn't going to fade in the sun like those factory flares did.These flares are also going to be a little bit less expensive than some of the other ones on the market, mostly because these are a four-piece kit instead of a six-piece kit, but also because these flares are a little bit more of a plastically type of material than some of the others that are a little bit more rubbery. Those ones are, of course, going to bend and flex a little bit better if you do rub them on an obstacle off-road, where these ones, in my opinion, are going to be a little bit more prone to cracking. These flares are made of a UV-treated ABS thermoplastic material, but as you can see, these do have a little bit more of a shine to them than your factory flares will or even some of the other aftermarket options that are of a similar design. If you like that shine, this is gonna be a good option. If not, there is a RedRock version of these flares that isn't quite as shiny that's going to be around the same price, a little bit more because it does have all six pieces.Now, this is going to be a 6-inch-wide flare, so, again, it is going to give you that additional tire coverage that some of you are after. It is also a pocket and a rivet-style flare, and the rivets that you are going to see from the outside of these flares are the functional socket head cap screws that actually hold the flare onto the body of your Jeep. Some of the cheaper flares on the market will actually have a plastic cover that goes over a regular Phillips-head screw. This is going to be the actual metal, the actual steel, that's gonna give you that rugged look that a lot of you are after. The front flare will accept your factory turn signal, which is a nice feature. You don't have to worry about getting a different aftermarket turn signal and mounting it somewhere. It's gonna go right into your new flare. And these do come with a piece of weather-stripping that will go between your flare and the body of your Jeep, ensuring that the flare isn't going to chafe your factory paint.As I said before, this is a simple one-out-of-three wrench installation that most of you will be able to do in about two hours. The first step is, of course, removing your factory flares, up front, you'll wanna give your turn signal socket a quarter turn, remove it from the housing, and then go ahead and unbolt all of the bolts holding your factory flares in place from the front working to the back. Then you can just give the flare tug. You're going to get rid of that factory flare and get rid of your factory hardware. However, you will want to transfer your turn signal over into your new flare. After that, it's just a matter of using the new socket head cap screws, spacers and bolt hardware to get your new flare attached to the Jeep. In the back, it's a very similar process. However, you may wanna remove that inner fender liner before you get started. That'll give you access to those factory nut and bolts that hold your factory flares in place. Now, as I said before, this does come with some weather-stripping that should be installed before you put the flare on the Jeep. That'll just go right over this back edge of the flare, again, going between the fender flare and the paint.Now, the only thing that can make this install a little bit more difficult is the fact that, with some of the nut and bolts that hold the factory flares in place, you can get to the back of them and the front. So you can hold the back with a wrench and very easily disconnect that hardware. In some areas, you cannot get to the back side, so from the factory, Jeep installed a rivnut. And if you have some rust on your Jeep, the bolt could be rusted into the rivnut, and when you go to break it loose, it can spin the rivnut in the body, making it very difficult to remove that hardware. In fact, oftentimes, you'll just have to cut that hardware off, and then you don't have a good way of securing your new fender flare onto your Jeep. So I would definitely recommend spraying especially those rivnuts well ahead of time multiple times, with a good penetrating oil to give you the best chance of breaking that bolt loose and being able to reuse the rivnut when attaching your new fender flares. Now, as I said, about two hours' time, just some traditional hand tools, but this is a job that pretty much anybody can do in your driveway.At around $230, this set of fender flares is going to be less expensive than the RedRock and the Barricade versions of the same thing. Now, those ones are going to be, in my opinion, a little bit of a nicer material, they're going to include those two additional mini flares, so there are a couple of reasons that they are going to be more expensive. But if you're not worried about having all six're just looking for the four flares. Maybe you have some rocker guards, so you wouldn't be able to use those two mini flares anyway...and you like this more glossy look, then this is going to be a good option for you. These are going to fit well, they're going to look good, and they are going to save you some money over some of those other brands.So if you're looking for some replacement fender flares for your TJ, you want ones that are wider than factory, have that pocket and rivet-style look, and are going to a nice job of resisting UV rays so they're not going to fade, this is going to be a nice option to take a look at. If you definitely want a sixth flare, then there are some other options that are going to be a little bit more expensive, but if you can do without it, this is going to be a good option. So that's my review of the Rugged Ridge All-Terrain 6-Inch Fender Flare Kit, fitting all 1997 to 2006 TJs, that you can find it right here at

      Product Information

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


      • 2-3/4" Extra Coverage
      • Extreme Performance
      • Protection Against Rough Road Hazards
      • Heavy-Duty UV-Treated ABS
      • Stainless-Steel and Rust-Proof Fasteners
      • Paintable
      • Factory Mount Compatibility
      • 5-Year Limited Warranty
      • Fits 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ models


      Extreme Performance. Get extra coverage for your tires with this 4-Piece Rugged Ridge All-Terrain 6" Fender Flare Kit. They'll protect your Wrangler's tires and paint from rocks, mud, brush, and other hazards that may come your way off the beaten path.

      Built to Last. You'll get lots of use out of these long-lasting black fender flares. They provide your Jeep with an extra 2.75" over width coverage in comparison to stock flares. Rugged Ridge All Terrain Fender Flares are made from slightly textured, heavy-duty UV-treated ABS for strength, durability, and protection against sun fading. Paint them in the colors you desire to exhibit your wild style.

      Simple Installation. These fender flares fit Jeep Wrangler mounting points perfectly and come with Rugged Ridge's rustproof stainless-steel fasteners as well as all of the necessary hardware. Set aside about two hours for installation.

      Application. This set of four Rugged Ridge All-Terrain Fender Flares fit 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ models.

      Fitment: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Details

      Rugged Ridge 11630.30

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (4) Fender Flares
      • Installation Hardware

      Tech Specs


      Customer Reviews (18)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.3 out of 5 overall rating from 18 customers

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      • March 26, 2020

        5 2002 Wrangler - JohnA Installation Time: Afternoon

        Great purchase

        These fender flares fit very well...the weatherstripping for the rear was pretty hard to stay on.

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      • January 12, 2020

        5 1997 Wrangler - Rocker Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Fender flares

        Easy install and great quality it’s def worth it it was worth spending the extra money, I’d def buy from them again

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      • September 12, 2018

        5 2005 Rubicon - RodneyL Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

        Great Addition

        I just had these new fender flares installed yesterday. They look great compared to the stock flares that were on my '05 Rubicon. I had them professionally installed because my original flares were on so long that I was afraid of stripping something out. So, I can speak to installation. They look really good. They're thick and seem sturdy. Very happy.

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      • July 26, 2018

        5 2000 Wrangler - WillR Installation Time: Afternoon

        Nice quality fenders

        Easy installation, fit right into the factory holes. They look great and feel like a great quality product. Very happy.

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      • May 12, 2018

        4 2001 Wrangler - GeneG Installation Time: Afternoon

        6 in. Fender Flair

        Fast delivery and product looks great. Somewhat difficult to align holes for installation. Once on, fenders look great! Very happy with them.

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      • March 04, 2018

        4 2003 Wrangler - BrentC Installation Time: Afternoon

        Easy install.

        Easy to install and worth the money. 4/5stars because of the difficulty in placing the rubber protective backing onto the fender.

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      • February 10, 2018

        5 2004 Rubicon - WyoCowboy Installation Time: Afternoon

        Great look perfect fit

        While installing the trim strip I thought these flared were junk. However after getting the hang of applying the trim strip I started to change my mind. The installed fit is great the look is what I was looking for. Great product at a very good price.

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      • January 26, 2018

        5 2002 Wrangler - knight4x4 Installation Time: Afternoon

        RR 6in fender flare

        One nice thing about these flares is the holes lined up not like aftermarket knockoffs did not have to drill any holes. the flare didn't match the stock pattern exactly but its an older jeep so Im not worried about it, Didn't care much for the rubber seal but it worked ok once its fully seated. Covered my 31" Micky Thompsons perfectly

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      • January 24, 2018

        4 2004 Wrangler - ScottR

        Good buy

        I read several reviews before purchasing these. I did not find these flimsy as some reviews stated. All the holes lined up well also. They do not follow the outline of the original flares though as previous reviews have stated. I have a scuff outlines that show where my original flares were, and inside the flares you can see the original painted panels. I will probably pull the flares off, spray bedliner paint where my original flares were, and reinstall these new ones. They are definitely worth the money versus more expensive ones.

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      • January 14, 2018

        3 2003 Wrangler - RonC Installation Time: Afternoon

        rugged ridge 6 in. fender flare

        The flares are easy to install, all the hardware included ...seem to be a little less sturdy then factory flares...cover my 33 x 12.50 tires and look good on the Jeep...however after being installed less the 6 months they are begining to sun fade already

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      Questions & Answers (10 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      What is the difference between the Rugged Ridge 6in. Fender Flare Kits? They look the same but one is $299 and one is $269. Item numbers are: Item J10608 MPN# 11630.10 AND Item J104396 MPN# 11630.3

      • The Rugged Ridge 6 in. All Terrain Fender Flare Kit (Item J10608 MPN# 11630.10) is the six piece kit. The Rugged Ridge All Terrain 6 in. Fender Flare Kit - 4 Piece (Item J104396 MPN# 11630.3) is the four piece kit. The four piece kit will not include the flare extensions for the bottom of the front fenders, the six piece kit will.

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      Will this fit a 2004 Jeep lj unlimited 2 door?

      • The Rugged Ridge All Terrain 6 in. Fender Flare Kit will fit with TJ Unlimited/LJ models

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      How many inches more coverage are these compared to the factory installed ones on a 1997 jeep wrangler sport

      • Hello, these Fender Flares offer 2-3/4" of Extra Coverage.

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      These look great, but I wonder if the indentations collect dust, pollen, road grime?

      Do these come as a set of four? Two front, two rear?

      • This will come as a set of 4 to do both the front and rear.

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      5 More Questions
      can the flares be painted 1 answer
      can i buy the hardware to install these? Lost mine. 1 answer
      Are these the same quality flare as the 6 pcs. Set 116300.10 1 answer
      Do these come with the lights to 1 answer
      does these come with replacement screws and nuts(hardware) for this set of fenders? 1 answer

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