On a lifted Jeep, it’s all about the suspension flex. The articulation. It’s how you play the game. Any part that can give you the upper hand out on the trails is beneficial for a Jeep driver...With the Bushwacker Pocket Fender Flares, you can open the door and let those tires breathe and get the job done. The Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares are amongst the most popular flares we sell today

The Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares are amongst the most popular flares we sell today. Let’s take closer a look at these stylish fender-protecting accessories.

On a lifted Jeep, it’s all about the suspension flex. The articulation. It’s how you play the game. Any part that can give you the upper hand out on the trails is beneficial for a Jeep driver.

When flexing, the wheel-tire combo is moving up and down in the wheel well. But you want to do that safely. You don’t want any rubbing or having the tires get aggressive and ripping fresh parts off your Jeep. Your tires need some room to do their thing.

With the Bushwacker Pocket Fender Flares, you can open the door and let those tires breathe and get the job done. On a JK Wrangler, even with 2.5 inches of lift, you’ve got possibilities. Sure, you can run stock fenders on a JK with 35’s. As long as it’s a puddle jumper. But when out on the trails, once you get going in the hard stuff, you’re probably going to get some nasty rubbing and irritating bumping noises.

Enter the Bushwacker Pocket Fender Flares. These fender flares are specifically designed to give you more tire clearance between the flare and the tire. In terms of width, they’re 9.5 inches, like a stock width fender flare in the front, and 4 3/4 in the rear. But the room below the flare is the most important consideration when trailing.

Bushwacker Pocket Fender Flares are also 50 state legal. Incorporated with the fender flares are new LED side marker lights (cutting and splicing into the factory wiring harness is needed with installation).

These fender flares from Bushwacker are 100% bolt-on. No drilling or cutting is needed to attach them to the Jeep. These get a 1 out of 3 on the mall crawler scale of difficulty. The stock factory inner fender liners, if you still want to use them, do have to be mildly trimmed. A cutting wheel or maybe even tin snips can make quick work of that.

Bushwacker Pocket Fender Flares are made from a unique Thermoplastic 2000 TPO material. This means they’re UV protected for many years of use outside, in the harshest of conditions. The material is very strong, durable, and flexible.

The result is that the Bushwacker Pocket Fender Flares give you more tire clearance over the stock ones, between the tire and the flare. This allows for more flex while trailing, and who doesn’t need that, right?

Go with a great look, with total functionality on your Jeep. Go with Bushwacker!