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just from the looks of it they are NOT tube fenders, but flat plate style fenders with a lip on them. can't tell if they stamp them or weld them but it looks stamped. it won't hold up like a tube would but still isn't bad looking.
 

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There OK....The flare (which i would need here in PA) makes em look worse. I'd spend my loot on tubes like the gen rights
 

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I have seen them out on the trails here in colorado. They are based here in CO as well. They are a mix of guys from Posion spyder, and I can't remember the other company. their products are awesome, and built very strong. they can take abuse just like any tube fender out there. Its all in how they are built. And yes the are Flat style tube fenders. just send them an email. they are always willing to answer your questions, send you video's, or whatever you need.
 

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JimmyB said:
just from the looks of it they are NOT tube fenders, but flat plate style fenders with a lip on them. can't tell if they stamp them or weld them but it looks stamped. it won't hold up like a tube would but still isn't bad looking.

Stamped, or something.

Anyway, I saw them up close and personal at All 4 Fun in Silverton this year.

If anyone wants to see more details pics, I can post them. I took 6-8 photos I think, showing various angles.

They are SWEET!! If I was in the market for hi-lining, I'd very liekly go this route. (oh, they make various styles - hiline version to work with the AEV hiline hood, or stock style hood / non hilined)
 

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Mounting spaces for most underhood accessories are included - the exception is the airbox, and that might be only on the hi-line version - I don't know for sure.
 

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I know Burnsville Offroad is now working with them and they do have a sick JK as their company rig. I wouldn't run the fenders however. Just not my style
 

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Look on their website. The fenders are bent and welded 3/16" plate, not stamped sheet metal. No doubt you could bend them, but you can bend anything.
 

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Here's my pics from the vendor show at All-4-Fun

*they have several style of flares and fenders available

LOW COG RULES here:

35's with 3/4" spacer lift and minor trimming of the rear area of the rear wheel opening.










LJ on 37's (or bigger - I can't remember the tires size on this rig)







 

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whats up with those fancy grille support rods and the thing under the hood. I don't recall those being part of an AEV hood package.
 

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dippert said:
whats up with those fancy grille support rods and the thing under the hood.
That's another product that Nemesis manufactures. works on the OEM or AEV hood. it uses gas struts instead of the OEM prop rod.
 

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I would like to see their rockers in person. Seems like a cool product and no one else is making something like it.
 

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06moneypit said:
I would like to see their rockers in person. Seems like a cool product and no one else is making something like it.
If you are ever in the Denver area stop by High Country 4x4. The red LJ is pretty nice.
 

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mikel said:
If you are ever in the Denver area stop by High Country 4x4. The red LJ is pretty nice.
Ditto. The Red LJ is owned by High Country 4x4
 
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