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This is the GenRight Off Road "Full" side coverage Corner Guard Aluminum BLANKS (pair) for the Jeep TJ, YJ or CJ.
This is perfect for the guy who wants to cut all his own holes, wheel openings, etc to have the most unique looking Jeep or match a unique combination of parts on a given Jeep.
There are NO CUT OUTS on these corners. The tail gate hinges (if you use them) would bolt on top of the 3/16” corner guards. Mounting the tail lights & gas filler on this version, is all up to you.
This model is an ideal choice when stretching your rear axle back or running monster tires, so you can trim the wheel opening to match you specific rig.
If you have a non-standard rear stretch, there is nothing better on the market. I wasn’t a big fan of the comp-cut look and wanted to cut my own wheel opening to maintain a rounded wheel opening with 11” of rear stretch on my TJ. Not to mention the fact that they are aluminum and will never rust! Highly recommend! Justin Coulter on Apr 15th 2020
I contacted GenRight to ask if the radius on the corners would fit my 51 M-38 body. They told me the radius was about the same as a Folgers 3 pound coffee lid. I ordered a set of aluminum blanks and cut them to fit my fender opening which I had stretched for 37's. I made some rock sliders out of 1/4 inch thick, two inch angle iron that I shaped to follow the body lines. I cut a piece of the aluminum I removed from the fender opening and added about three inches to the bottom in front of the wheel well. It fit perfect. They look great and are great quality. The folks at GenRight are great to work with. Tim R. on Apr 11th 2020
Allowed me to cut my wheel well where I wanted it and form it to MY jeep! Easy install, holes lined up with my old GR armor when I was stock. Unknown on Oct 4th 2018
These are awesome. Buy them blank then cut them as needed. I cut them perfectly to fit my 6 inch rear stretch and 40" tires. Another nice thing is they are the only brand I have ever worked with that fit PERFECTLY right when I got them, saves a lot of time! Not to mention the weight you save by going aluminum. Also another huge plus is they will never rust. Jeff on Nov 15th 2017