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Saskhunter

New Member
May 15, 2018
3
Regina SK Canada
Thanks for the add. I am new to Jeep Wrangler. I bought a 1999 Jeep TJ SE. It is a 4cyl with 5spd. It has 31 Goodyear Duratracs on it. It runs very strong, shifts great and is very easy to drive in the city.

It's been a pavement queen it's entire life and not seen a winter in 15 years or so. The passenger from fender has the usual rust crack but because the jeep was undercoated from new everything else is amazing.

I am going to do tube fenders front and rear but no sold on brand, Any ideas or supplier info is greatly appreciated.

I am looking forward to learning and hopefully contributing going forward.

I sold my Foxbody Mustang to purchase the jeep...
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mde8965

TJ Enthusiast
Supporting Member
Feb 22, 2018
416
Central Florida
Nice Jeep. Love the Mustang. I had an 88LX 5.0 vert in the 90s. Maroon with maroon interior. Would still sell my soul for a pristine red 91-93 LX 5.0 vert with black leather.
 

JMT

The Jeep Guy
Supporting Member
Ride of the Month Winner
Welcome to the world of TJ’s! I had an 87’ and 93 Mustang. Loved the Fox body. Love the TJ more though!

For tube fenders I’d look at JCR, Genright, Poison Spyder. I wouldn’t leave out MCE though. Remember that a hit to a steel or aluminum fender will transfer to the body. The MCE’s avoid this and still give some increased clearance.

Nice TJ. I love white!