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Old 01-17-2017, 08:52 PM
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Can anyone recommend fender flares for a 97 Cherokee. It has a 4-1/2" lift and I would like to replace the 32" tires with 33"
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Old 01-17-2017, 09:04 PM
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Can anyone recommend fender flares for a 97 Cherokee. It has a 4-1/2" lift and I would like to replace the 32" tires with 33"
Best ones are the ones you make yourself
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Old 01-17-2017, 09:20 PM
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Can you be more specific? such as what you are looking for,, bushwhackers flat or not flat.. Or metal fender flares.


Here
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V2 Flares
http://www.napierprecisionproducts.c...V2-B-97-01.htm


Bushwhacker
http://www.bushwacker.com/search-res...-jeep-cherokee

Metal..Hooligan Off Road
https://www.hooliganoffroad.com/coll...cts/xj-fenders

Metal..DirtBound
http://www.dirtboundoffroad.com/cata...p-cherokee-xj/

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Old 01-19-2017, 12:03 AM
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To moderator Duma Jones. Probably Bushwacker Flat. Something to especially open up the frorn fender wells. The front tires rub the fenders when the front axle articulates
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I went with Napier Flat because they had the only ones I could find at the time that had ones designed for the rear cut and fold and looked like they would cover the tire. I also bought the Cherokee to learn new things, and cutting sheet metal really took some getting used to. I really like them. Running 4.5" of lift, and 33's, plenty of room. Have wheeled it twice, no clearance issues at all at full flex.
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