Stitch50

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Looks great!
 

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I dig the fender flairs.
 

retiredguy

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I really like the fender flares. Thinking of adding to my sport.
 
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Buckinsport

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So, here’s the funny thing about this. I bought this BS, set up as pictured, from the dealer. It is a base model that they added the Bush Wacker flares, Niche 18” wheels, Nitto Trail Grapplers, 40” light bar, tints, after market leather, and cargo rack to. I brought it home, and my wife hated the interior! (No power/heated seats, Sirius radio, basic gauges, etc). The dealer has a 72 hr/300 mile exchange policy, so I brought it back! My new Outer Banks with all the bells and whistles will be delivered next week, and they are adding the same package, minus the leather and cargo rack (which I won’t mind, that thing was LOUD!) to it. It will be red w/ the brown interior. I loved the look of the wheels/tires/flares, so I’m happy the new one will have that same stance and feel. It’s on the stock suspension, and drove just fine with plenty of clearance for steering. When I get it, I’ll see how it does off road, and decide if a lift is necessary. I did test drive another one they had lifted 2”, rolling on 20” wheels, and thought it was a bit much for the little 3 cylinder! Hope this info helps, and I’ll post pics of the new one when it gets in my hands! Can’t wait!
 

GoatsyBanks

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So, here’s the funny thing about this. I bought this BS, set up as pictured, from the dealer. It is a base model that they added the Bush Wacker flares, Niche 18” wheels, Nitto Trail Grapplers, 40” light bar, tints, after market leather, and cargo rack to. I brought it home, and my wife hated the interior! (No power/heated seats, Sirius radio, basic gauges, etc). The dealer has a 72 hr/300 mile exchange policy, so I brought it back! My new Outer Banks with all the bells and whistles will be delivered next week, and they are adding the same package, minus the leather and cargo rack (which I won’t mind, that thing was LOUD!) to it. It will be red w/ the brown interior. I loved the look of the wheels/tires/flares, so I’m happy the new one will have that same stance and feel. It’s on the stock suspension, and drove just fine with plenty of clearance for steering. When I get it, I’ll see how it does off road, and decide if a lift is necessary. I did test drive another one they had lifted 2”, rolling on 20” wheels, and thought it was a bit much for the little 3 cylinder! Hope this info helps, and I’ll post pics of the new one when it gets in my hands! Can’t wait!
Damn!
Wish we had dealerships like that around here...
 

Martinjv71

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So, here’s the funny thing about this. I bought this BS, set up as pictured, from the dealer. It is a base model that they added the Bush Wacker flares, Niche 18” wheels, Nitto Trail Grapplers, 40” light bar, tints, after market leather, and cargo rack to. I brought it home, and my wife hated the interior! (No power/heated seats, Sirius radio, basic gauges, etc). The dealer has a 72 hr/300 mile exchange policy, so I brought it back! My new Outer Banks with all the bells and whistles will be delivered next week, and they are adding the same package, minus the leather and cargo rack (which I won’t mind, that thing was LOUD!) to it. It will be red w/ the brown interior. I loved the look of the wheels/tires/flares, so I’m happy the new one will have that same stance and feel. It’s on the stock suspension, and drove just fine with plenty of clearance for steering. When I get it, I’ll see how it does off road, and decide if a lift is necessary. I did test drive another one they had lifted 2”, rolling on 20” wheels, and thought it was a bit much for the little 3 cylinder! Hope this info helps, and I’ll post pics of the new one when it gets in my hands! Can’t wait!
Your OuterBanks will have the same engine.
 

fontzmark

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Looks great....gonna be something special in rapid red. I just got tint and the flares surprisingly came in yesterday, ordered on tuesday from the local dealer that i plan on getting oil changes at. Looking forward to your pics.
 

GoatsyBanks

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Looks great....gonna be something special in rapid red. I just got tint and the flares surprisingly came in yesterday, ordered on tuesday from the local dealer that i plan on getting oil changes at. Looking forward to your pics.
Nice. Let us know how the flares are to install if you do them yourself.
 

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