The holidays are fast approaching and winter has already arrived in many parts of the country. Don’t be left out in the cold when it comes to gifts for the gearheads in your family!
What would you do with a Jeep Wrangler that was the length of a pickup? We recently asked ourselves this question as we unloaded a Brute double cab kit from AEV Conversions. Our first inclination was to prep it for serious off roading; so we paired it with a 2014 Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon to take advantage of the hardcore 241Rocktrac transfercase.
If you’ve wished that we make a wider Pocket Style® Fender Flare, something with more tire coverage for rigs with really big tires, really wide wheels, and big lifts—your product is here. Introducing Bushwacker Max Coverage Pocket Style Fender Flares. These flares will give you maximum coverage without having to cut the sheet metal.
They were originally shown at the 2014 SEMA Show as prototypes. They were equipped on Expedition Overland’s Toyota 4Runners and driven from Montana all the way to Panama. And now you can equip your 2014—2016 Toyota 4Runner* with these flares. Introducing Bushwacker Pocket Style® Fender Flares for the 5th generation Toyota 4Runner.
The Ford F-150 Raptor is arguably one of the most high-performance pickups ever offered in the U.S. With its big power, off-road suspension, and a seemingly endless list of aftermarket modifications, the Raptor has become a favorite of the off-road truck crowd. And now, Bushwacker is excited to offer our iconic Pocket Style Fender Flares for the Ford Raptor.
The Jeep wave – a common courtesy extended between Jeep owners that acknowledges the mutual respect for each other’s ride. It’s a gesture signifying the realization of the true capabilities of a Jeep. Since purchasing my ’99 Wrangler, I’ve made a point to wave at as many other Jeeps as possible. But where did it all start? I had always assumed it was military tradition, so I looked in to it and found this interesting story on bham-jk.
Got a 2015 or 2016 Chevrolet Colorado? Good news: Bushwacker now makes our popular Pocket Style® Fender Flares for them. With that rugged, off-road style, these flares will add 1.5 inches of additional tire coverage to the newest Colorado. Plus, they’re still easy to install without any cutting or drilling. The flares are available for both short bed (62.7″) and long bed (74.0″) versions.