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I can't wait to see their two-door.
Are they for sure doing some for the 2-door? Last I heard they weren’t but that’s been a while.


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I know they haven't made rear quarter panels for the 2-dr. But just having the front fenders on the 2-dr replaced with these is an improvement.
Theeeere's the "2 door didn't get..." comment I came to read.
 

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i’m a 2 door guy and while i was initially a big fan, once i understood that you would gain height within the fender well and lose some on the width off the stock setup i realized they would not be suitable for me - i was hoping to keep the stock width and not have the wheel well become larger than it already is - they still look really good on some setups
 

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i’m a 2 door guy and while i was initially a big fan, once i understood that you would gain height within the fender well and lose some on the width off the stock setup i realized they would not be suitable for me - i was hoping to keep the stock width and not have the wheel well become larger than it already is - they still look really good on some setups
I’m kind of in the same boat. I love the squared off look like the classic Bronco, but I don’t want a massive wheel well opening. I’ll be waiting to see what the 2 door version looks like with 35s.
 

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I see a lot of people saying this is how it should look from the factory. God I hope not. When I bang my plastic fender into a tree and tear it up. For a few bucks I can buy a new one and have it snapped on in under 10 minutes. With the current fenders. I'd say most of the ones saying this do not OffRoad much or just trail/dirt road ride.
 

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:sick: Looks like any run of the mill SUV, not the look I waited 18 months for, but that's why there are options. Some want a tougher look/use and some want a mom-mobile. 🤷‍♂️
 

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Yeah I am a beach comber so the risk of damage does not impact me. Still, i think it throws the proportions of the wheel well and fender width off just a bit more than I want given that I am not going bigger than 285/75/17 and will likely have less than stock aftermarket wheel offset. time will tell, i hope they sell alot and we get to see them on all different set ups
 

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I don't like the fenders.....And the script is ridiculously bad
 

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That rear fender is gonna be full of chips in just weeks lol
 

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I see a lot of people saying this is how it should look from the factory. God I hope not. When I bang my plastic fender into a tree and tear it up. For a few bucks I can buy a new one and have it snapped on in under 10 minutes. With the current fenders. I'd say most of the ones saying this do not OffRoad much or just trail/dirt road ride.
Or you can snap them off before you start and protect them and then snap em back on.
 

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I thought I'd like these, but with those flat tread highway tires, this looks too much more like the Ford Flex memes than I'm comfortable with.
 

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This looks SO much better than stock!
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