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Widetrack Fender Flares Fiberglass Rear

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Product Details

Replacement rear fiberglass fender flares. Are your rear fender flares on your Cherokee Widetrack or J-truck rusted out? These are a great solution to the problem!

Installation Instructions

  • Fits 1974-1983 Cherokee
  • Fits 1963-1988 J-trucks
  • Models Widetrack Models Only
  • Molded Fiberglass
  • Sold Individually
  • Made in the USA

Reviews (1)

  • Fit well, A LOT of work to install

    Posted by Tim on Mar 30th 2022

    My 79 Chief's rear flares were munched AND rusty. I bought a set of these fiberglass flares to repair mine. Keep in mind Chief flares are double thickness (the flare itself and the inner wheel well, they are pinch welded together). There is a set of instructions on here so read those before you start. I installed mine a little different. I cut my stock flares and inner wheel wells off near the body seam, then used a spot weld cutter to remove the rest of the flare from the lip on the quarter panel. Then I welded the inner wheel well to the body lip and sealed it all up with seam sealer which created a flat mounting surface for the replacement flares to bolt too. Finally, I trimmed my BJs flare to fit the flat mounting surface and used Rivnuts, bolts, and fender washers to attach it. With this set up, if I ever munch my flare again, I can just order a new one, trim it to fit and bolt it on. All in all, it took me (a total NEWB) about 30 man hours to install per side in this manner. A pro or at least a semi-skilled person could probably half that. If you install them in accordance with BJS instructions, you could probably do them in weekend. All in all, these fit very well. They match the factory flare pretty spot on.