Product seems alright at best, terrible quality control grinder marks on the outside surface of my passenger side flare. It it looks like someone slowed down a cut off wheel on it. Furthermore nowhere is it mentioned you need a blind rivet tool tool just to install.
So far, so good. I painted them, but didnot want to sand first. I know they will chip, but I am ok with that since I probably change up the colors frequently.
Heavy metal just like the bumper i got from ultralisk4x4 Road, it matches the modular look I have. I like them so far. There is no drilling needed for the fronts but it is needed for the backs to get the screw inserts set. I havenot installed the backs yet because I was leaving for a trip but will put them on this weekend.
This is a great product I was surprised by the sturdiness. I am a Jeeper who doesnot really care if it is the expensive name brand but as long as it looks nice. Only thing is the back fenders require you to drill holes in the back part of the Jeep. I personally canot do this so I have to take it to a custom shop to get them placed on.Keep that in consideration.Follow @jeepingwhileblack for pictures
Like a few others the rear fenders need a little finesse with a drill bit to fit properly they look good. Overall good purchase just be prepared for a little work to install them.