This is the ALUMINUM version (G3) Tube Front Fender from GenRight Off Road, with a 0" flare (aka: Boulder series) for a Jeep TJ or LJ. We have incorporated a removable side panel into this new fender that not only makes it look unique but helps make installation easier and provide an optional way to remove more under hood heat.
Back by popular demand! This is our lightweight Boulder Series Aluminum tube fenders, for maximum tire clearance (not street legal in some states).
This is a great way to repair/replace trail damaged fenders or upgrade/update your Jeeps front fenders with better trail clearance.
Super lightweight Aluminum Alloy version, only 6lbs!
Innovative removable side panel (easy access to engine compartment)
Larger wheel opening to better clear bigger tires
Built from durable 1-1/2" diameter x .188" wall tubing
Easy to install, retains your stock inner fender well
Now includes our perforated (shown) side panels to remove more unwanted engine heat (TFF5506)
Available in Hi-Fender version (TFF2630)
Also available in a 4" flare (TFF2710)and 6" flare(TFF2810) version
Retains & reuses your stock inner fender well (aluminum inner fender wells are also available). (TFF2SIF)Includes detailed installation instructions.
We have Stealth side and front marker/signal light kits (LED1004)
100% made in USA!
The fenders will require some prep work before they are ready for paint.
Requires cutting of the factory fender to install
We recommend fully fitting the fenders to your Jeep before painting or power coating
If you are looking for proven functionality and unique look! These are the fenders for your jeep TJ, Big tire clearance yet keeping that super clean look, lightweight, strong just badass!
King of the Hammers tested! 4600 stock class champion! Approved!!Albert Contreras
Apr 5th 2019
Great tire clearance
These are a perfect combination to gain more tire clearance without having to cut the hood or buy a new hood for the hi- line fenders. Highly recommend running the aluminum inner fenders with theseBrian L
May 16th 2016