(approx) 30 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation
Design. This four piece fender flare replacement kit from Omix-ADA is made of strong, durable, and flexible thermoplastic rubber. The same rubber that's used in many bumpers, thermoplastic rubber is made to be impact resistant and perfectly balances the need for a strong material that will stand the test of time, as well as a flexible material that won't crack. The UV protection ensures that fading won't be an issue, and these fender flares are built to last for years to come.
Construction. This four piece set includes all four fender flares, including front and rear for both the passenger and driver's side. Hardware is not included, though existing hardware can be used. The flares are pre-drilled with holes that align with the factory design of these Wranglers, but in some cases the holes may need to be relocated. These are high quality, black, fade-resistant fenders that are perfect to replace damaged or missing fenders, or to restore a modified Wrangler back to its original design.
Application. These fender flares fit 1997 - 2006 TJ Wranglers. Holes are pre-drilled but modified Wranglers may require hole relocation.
Fitment: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Details
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February 02, 2020
Just wanted to replace the fenders on my 2006 Jeep LJ, since they were faded and worn. Look brand new and easy install.Helpful (0)
November 28, 2019
NOT FOR RUBICON
I am wanting to replace the factory style fender flares on my 04 rubicon and after reading the reviews and even calling Extreme Terrain to verify the dimensions I received the non-rubicon flares measuring 3.5in. I was told on the phone they would be 4.5 inches which are listed on the web site as 5in. NOT TRUE! What I received was Omix-Ada part number 11603.02 I will be shipping thse bck and going back on the search for the correct parts.Helpful (3)
November 10, 2019
They don't make for a good step but they give my jeep a nice stocked fender flare look that I was looking for. Holds up in all weathers.Helpful (1)
August 31, 2019
The fenders came very well packaged and with replacement hardware. There were no instructions but it became obvious on how to remove the existing fenders and install the replacements. The replacement fenders were an exact fit the the mounting holes were perfect. Since changing to these fenders from the originals, I have had numerous compliments.Helpful (1)
July 26, 2019
Fit Look like new!
Ok, so my fenders on my 2001 TJ were pretty ragged out. They had been re-painted by a prev owner a couple times very poorly, and for the price of these OEM style replacement fenders, I just decided to order them up and start fresh. They look GREAT out of the box, and were reasonably easy to install, just time consuming. U don't have to remove the rear fender liners, just push them out of the way with your fingers to install them. The fronts were more of a cinch...but yeah, just plan on spending a couple hours getting it all done. Not hard, just a bit tedious. But the look when it is done is WORTH IT!!!Helpful (1)
July 15, 2019
Some Important Facts
Great looking but they need to come with hardware... here is why. Removal of fasteners went ok with the exception that 4 of the bolts that hold the rear are not screwed into bosses. Therefore the plastic nut on the other side falls into the wheel well area and cannot be accessed. You will need to replace those with .25" x .75" sheet metal screws and a fender washer. Be sure to use SS. Had I know this earlier, It would have saved time. Also rear fit was a little more challenging than the front. Took 3.5 solid hours of work. But at the end of the day... so far.. I am pleased.Helpful (2)
April 21, 2019
NOT THE WIDTH I THOUGHT I WAS GETTING
THOUGTH I WAS GETTING 5 INCH FLARES BUT THERE NOT 5 INCHES WIDE WHICH I NEEDED THERE 5 INCHES CLEAN TO THE BOTTOM OF THE LIP WHICH TO ME ISNT WITDHHelpful (1)
April 11, 2019
Great factory replacement.
Everything lined up really well and went in with ease. They really brought some new life to the Jeep after replacing sun worn fender flares. Well see how they handle the desert heat.Helpful (1)
March 06, 2019
As far as quality goes, they're very nice. I looked into pricing on other sites and I feel like I got a good deal for them. Took me 4 hours to uninstall old fender flares/install new flares due to the bolts being rusted. I found a good YouTube video of someone showing step-by-step of how to remove the old ones. It's worth taking your time with the existing bolts and not tearing them out if you can help it.Helpful (1)
February 25, 2019
Not OEM quality
At first glance these flares seem to be quite nice. They have clean edges and the plastic resembles that of the originals. However, they seem to be too molded for a larger wheel opening. I had to forcefully push them into the opening. Once "in place" they seem to have a bulge as a result. I thought perhaps this was due to temperature, even though they were installed in a heated garage. Nope. They still have the bulge even after being on for a week in different temperatures. I am disappointed and not sure I would "save" money again by buying an off-branded product again. Oh and if your Jeep TJ is from the Midwest, do yourself a favor and get ready to cut off the old bolts and weld nuts. Also have a rivnut installer ready with new hardware.Helpful (3)
What is the width of these flares? There are two contradicting answers on this listing for width.
The Omix-ADA Factory Style Replacement Fender Flare Kit w/o Hardware dimensions are 46 inches (Length), 27 inches (height), and 5 inches wide.
what is the width of coverage with this fender? How wide is this fender flare?
The Rugged Ridge Factory Style Replacement Fender Flare Kit w/o Hardware (97-06 Wrangler TJ) are meant to be a factory OEM replacement so they are the same size as the factory basic TJ fender flares and provide the same flare coverage- 3.25 inches.
Based on the previous questions posted, there is a contradiction in the answers provide in the width of these flares. Are they 3 1/2 or are they 4 3/4 (5) wide? I know the description says 5 but the answers now confused me. I have a 2005 Rubicon which come with wider than 3 1/2 flares and I’m looking to replace them with the stock size.
These are the NON-Rubicon OEM style flares so these are the approx 3.5" flares. The wider flares are item number J14453. https://www.extremeterrain.com/rugged-ridge-7-fender-flare-tj-1160801.html
Does the kit come with the small flares under the jeep symbol next to door?
The Omix-ADA Factory Style Replacement Fender Flares only includes the flares that attach to the fenders.
My 2004 Wrangler Rubicon flares are 4.75 inches wide. I have seen two different measurements of 3.75 and 5.0 inches. I am looking for 4.75 to 5 inches. Will these cover the 4.75 minimum I need?
Hello, these are replacements so they should be the same width as the original flares. The product dimensions are 46 Inches by 27 Inches by 5 Inches so these should be in the range of what you need.
(approx) 30 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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