Jeep TJ / Wrangler 2002, 6" Wide Fender Flares by Smittybilt®. Hardware included. These extra wide fender flares will provide more protection than the factory units, especially when running oversized off-road tires, and give your Jeep a rugged look. They'll also keep you legal in areas that require complete tire coverage. Made of textured UV stable ABS plastic, these flares are paintable and designed to replace your factory flares. They come as a set and are available individually.
- Aggressive off-road looks
- Provides additional body protection when running oversized tires
- Made of tough, durable ABS plastic
- UV treated to resist fading
- Mounts easily with included hardware; some applications may require minor drilling
- Sold as a set or individually
- Includes hardware and mounting instructions
- Backed by a 1-year limited warranty
Oversized off-road tires with aggressive treads can collect rocks and stones that will end up impacting your bodywork without sufficient tire coverage. These extra wide flares will give your Jeep the protection it needs with an appealing muscular look. They're designed to replace your factory flares and in most cases use the existing fastener locations; however some applications may require drilling for fastener installation. They're also a great choice to keep your vehicle legal if you reside in a locale where complete tire coverage is required.
Made of durable ABS, a strong thermoplastic widely used by automobile manufacturers that is impact, chemical and heat resistant, these fender flares are UV resistant to prevent fading and can be painted to match your vehicle finish. They're sold as a set and also available individually, and come with hardware and mounting instructions. These fender flares are backed by a 1-year limited warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
SmittyBilt®, located in Compton, California, is the leader in the off-road parts and accessories market because they were there at its inception. Founder Basil Smith, also known as "Smitty", was one of the original Southern California 4WD enthusiasts. He started a business called Rock-ett Products, making specialized equipment for trucks and Jeeps, in his garage/machine shop in 1956. Smitty's son Tom began working at Rock-ett at an early age and became head of the ever-expanding enterprise when it became Smittybilt in the 1970s. Under Tom's leadership, the company created innovative products like the original "Nerf Bar" side step, and tubular front and rear bumpers for Jeeps. Today, thanks to their continued involvement in off-roading at all levels of the staff, which enables them to keep abreast of the latest trends and needs in the off-road market, Smittybilt remains the industry leader with a selection of over 2000 different products for trucks and SUVs.