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tweenerlj

Adventurer
Nice LJ! I have a 2004 LJ and was thinking of putting on a set of the Xenon flares, are yours the 6" size? Are the fronts sagged or is it just the light reflecting? Thanks!
Yes, they are the 6". I stretched the bottom of the opening when I installed them, which gives the sagging appearance. I'm sure that I could adjust to correct the issue, but it doesn't bother me enough to worry about.
 

DucRyder

New member
Yes, they are the 6". I stretched the bottom of the opening when I installed them, which gives the sagging appearance. I'm sure that I could adjust to correct the issue, but it doesn't bother me enough to worry about.
I was doing some reading and it appears Xenon offered some supports for later 6" flares. I love the look and will probably make some small bracket supports when I mount 4" size on my LJ.
 

tweenerlj

Adventurer
I was doing some reading and it appears Xenon offered some supports for later 6" flares. I love the look and will probably make some small bracket supports when I mount 4" size on my LJ.
Got a link about those supports? Bushwacker has a slightly different design that adds some rigidity with a more pronounced lip on the edge:

 

DucRyder

New member
Got a link about those supports? Bushwacker has a slightly different design that adds some rigidity with a more pronounced lip on the edge:

I don't have a link, just reading through threads on the jeep forums. A few people said they contacted Xenon to complain and were sent the supports (and that subsequent orders included the supports). Thank you for the tip on the Bushwacker flares.
 

tienckb

Adventurer
Thnx.

Man it has been so long ago, rack was installed a month after I drove off the dealer in 2003. Let me search my old receipts.


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2008 Ford E350 EB V10 4x4 Sportsmobile PH top
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4Fox

Observer
Here's my 2007 JKU X at EJS last year. I've had it for about 5 years now but looking at switching to a van for a little more utility.

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pjcimages

New member
Brand new to the forum, been browsing this site the last few months since getting a 15' JKU sport. Everything on mine is still stock, but hoping to add better off road tires, maybe a lift, winch and then start figuring out inside upgrades. Definitely trying to build mine more for overland stuff than wheeling. Here is a shot of my rig in a little snow in Northern AZ.


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capnjackcanon

Observer
Black Fury - AKA My 2008 Wrangler JK Unlimited

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I've lost track of which pic is which, but I've added LED Bar, built a drawer slide for my two burner stove, added a Dometic 50Liter fridge/freezer, roof rack, smittybilt awning, CVT Mt. Rainier, 33's, 4.5" lift, 12K winch, recovery gear etc. Working on fabbing up a basket for the rear section of the roof rack and for the tire carrier.
 

renoenv

New member
in process LCG TJ

Its a work in progress. I am trying to acquire a trailer with a tent top. So far I have added a ton of skid plates, rock sliders, and rockcrawler bumpers with extraction points. I am in the process of putting on a tummy tuck from Nth degree. Its not going any higher than 4 inches because I have short legs. I fear that 33" tires are my limit. Currently it has stock axles with a LSD in the rear and a 9500lb superwinch. An Odyssey 1500dt provides my juice. For communications I have a kenwood tm-281a 2m radio with a comet SB-7 antenna. I would like to do the ice road and tour Alaska. Maybe when my daughter gets out of college she can support me! HA

73, N7TJX

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2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee High Altitude

Hello Everyone,

Nice to see everyone here is so friendly and has good advice to offer. I am new here and have been taking in the info and various trips. I live in Southern California and am looking forward to some overland experiences in my new Grand Cherokee. Here are some pictures of my 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee High Altitude diesel.
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