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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-22-2000, 08:51 PM
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is there a difference between scrambler flares and

the other models? i dont want to pay 2 bills if other cheapr flares will work..7s are like 50$..whya re scrambler flares so expensive?

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Re: is there a difference between scrambler flares and

Only the rear. The front are the same. The rear are longer than the CJ ones and since less were produced, they cost more. Don't know if it's right, but it sounds good. They're also smaller than the TJ flares, I just checked by holding my removed Scrambler flares up to the TJ's.

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Re: is there a difference between scrambler flares and

I've got the wide flares on my scrambler. Bought Wrangler (YJ) flares and you have to trim the interior of the rear flares to fit. My husband trimmed for a while. They are Xenon flares. I would think that regular Wrangler flares would work, but wranglers have that rocker panel edge at the front of rear flares. We've bought the flares for the scrambler in the past and paid big bucks before we got the wider tires (axles, actually) and went for the wide flares. They did just bolt right up though.....

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Re: is there a difference between scrambler flares and

well i'm running 35x12.5 mud kings and xenons 6" flares were on it. i immediately took them off. they stick way too far out for my taste and the 35s don't warrent such a big flare..my tires only stick out an inch or two the most from the tub. That could be to improper backspacing, but since i have yet to drive my new scrambler, i cant make that decision, which means that i have to hold off on flares until i find out whether or not the backspacing is ok..

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Re: is there a difference between scrambler flares and

If you're interested I have some stock ones in good shape I just removed. Maybe we could do some sort of swap if you're not going to use them.

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Re: is there a difference between scrambler flares and

if you want the xenons, i would be happy to swap..they are just way to big for me..i ups daily out of work so let me know..

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Re: is there a difference between scrambler flares and

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