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I bent a piece of 1 1/16" square tube, bolted it to the body and trimmed all the metal under it. Looked for something to cover the tire for quite a while and as it turns out the solution was in my garage. My old rocker guards fit the bill exactly, just need to trim a little up front. Tire is just mocked into place, so no I don't have mog outers.





 

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Must be a jeep thing :rolleyes:























cheap trix are the best trix!! hell take Custom for example
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me pick me lol 2 in 2 weeks, now i got flaps, full width of tire hang to about 10" from the ground.

Idaho statute 49-949

(c) Behind all wheels of every motor vehicle other than trucks, buses,
semitrailers, or trailers, the fenders or covers shall extend in full
width from a point above and forward of the center of the tire over and to
the rear of the wheel to a point that is not more than twenty (20) inches
above the surface of the highway, unless the bumper is a factory built
bumper fastened directly to the frame of the vehicle pursuant to factory
installation requirements;

so all in all, it has to cover the whole tire, within 20 of the ground.

we wont go into bumper laws lol
 

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31 inches if its 4wd no matter the weight must extend the full original factory width. Headlights 52 inches to center of bulb. I have never been pulled over yet. I sit at 41 inches on the bumper and 63 inches to center of headlight. But I have semi mud flaps and some sweet fender flares.
 

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Mud flaps are easy, can be taken care of later on. At least it looks like I made an attempt of being legal. Maybe I should install an onboard doughnut fryer:drive:
 

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Dembones said:
Mud flaps are easy, can be taken care of later on. At least it looks like I made an attempt of being legal. Maybe I should install an onboard doughnut fryer:drive:

Even more of a cop magnet, great idea. I honestly encourage that, (then they wont be concerned about my rig).
 

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So far with just the flares and no flaps I ahve yet to be pulled over again. I had a Motor cycle cop fallow me down eagle today and he did not pull me over.


I wonder if he ate any rocks?
 

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So far with just the flares and no flaps I ahve yet to be pulled over again. I had a Motor cycle cop fallow me down eagle today and he did not pull me over.


I wonder if he ate any rocks?
Funny you should say that, as the ISP in our club has spoken about your rig to us. Like my rig, it is just a matter of time. When I got the ticket, I just paid it and now I take the risk whenever I run on the streets.
 

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So the ISP knows of my rig...


Thats not good. I need to get something setup for the back and have some good ideas. I just need to make it happen.

An outlaw can only run for so long... :rotfl:
 
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