Extreme Styling. Take on the trail and gain aggressive styling with the Barricade Off-Road Rivet Style Fender Flare Kit for JK models. This kit features handsome black fender flares with exposed hardware for superior style and unbeatable performance. The front flares are tapered to provide 12-8 inches of tire coverage and are matched with 7 inch wide rear flares to protect your rig from flying debris. Designed for style and performance, these flares also assist in keeping your JK within common tire coverage requirements, giving you peace of mind on and off road.
Intense Construction. Each flare is crafted from tough Roto-molded Polyethylene. This material is impact resistant for extreme durability and strength no matter where the trail takes you.
Installation. The Barricade Off-Road Rivet Style Flare Kit includes everything necessary for installation on your JK. No drilling or modification is required for installation as these flares mount to factory locations for a perfect and secure fit.
Application. The Barricade Off-Road Rivet Style Fender Flare Kit is specifically designed for use on 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK models.
Rob P (verified owner) –
The Pocket Flares look awesome. Now I just need to find the turn signal light that fits the flares on the front. At that cost the light housing should have been included. Instead I must start another search. Why is it not offered in the catalog. The lights are shown in all the pictures. I thought they would be included. On the rear flares, each side had 3 holes that did not line up.
Robert A (verified owner) –
Overall a very solid product for the price. Like another reviewer, I needed full coverage flares for my state inspection. These Barricade flares fit the bill for my 35’s. I posted a before and after picture to show the difference in width between stock and these – there’s about 2 inches more coverage.
Overall installation was pretty smooth. Definitely would have been easier off the ground and with the wheels off, but even in the home garage, just about 4 hours for all the flares. For the various clips, if you don’t have a clip removal tool (a.k.a. – Christmas tree removal tool), I found that prying the clips up with a flat head screwdriver, then sliding rubberized needle nose pliers underneath to pull the clip out, worked pretty well. By the fourth fender, it got pretty easy.
The front fenders took a bit longer than the rear but that was because I reinstalled the inner liner. The most time consuming part was getting the front inner liners seated back for everything to line up/screw in. I little elbow grease and a few choice words convinced the liners to go in just fine. Rear fenders and liners were a snap.
Michael T (verified owner) –
I had to have my 35’s covered (PA law). I had no issues with the install or instructions. Solid materials, except for the fake, cheap plastic rivet/bolts…only reason for not 5 stars. I replaced them with real socket allen retainer screws. I like the look much better. I’ve included photos with and without the bolts. I think the fender width could be shaved down 1/2″ and a better texture on the fenders. Making plastic look like metal almost rates up there with fake rivet/bolts…but, I’m good with it.
Thanks for offering a really good product.
Greg J (verified owner) –
I love the look of these flares – if you are running wide tires these have the most coverage of any flare I found.
Lance P (verified owner) –
Good instructions , Hardware good, Installed without problems
and my wife loves the look.