Napier Precision XJ Fender Flares: A Video Recap of our Front Flare Installation
This is a video recap of the installation of the front Napier Precision fender flares on our 1997 Jeep Cherokee (XJ) project vehicle. You can read more about our project vehicle here: http://www.bc4x4.com/pv/xj
How to Fix Faded Jeep Fender Flares
This is how I fixed my uncle's faded black plastic / vinyl fender flares on
No, it didn't screw up the paint.
No, the gas tank did not detonate.
Yes, it fucking worked.
Get over it, and move on.
Jeep cherokee Build
Bought a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Freedom edition, took it apart and put it back
together better than before.
Napier Fender Flares for 97+Jeep Cherokees: an overview
A look at Napier Precision's fender flares for late model ('97 and newer)
Jeep Cherokees. Basically a very nice product that requires some custom
fitting. Flares are very strong which is crucial when considering how weak
your fenders become when you start cutting them wider to fit bigger tires.
The full install article can be read here:
Jeep Comanche Suspension Upgrades
This episode is chock full of tips about building your own suspension using
parts from Rusty's Off-Road. The video highlights several components that
are included in our Competition Style Long Arm system for Jeep Cherokees
and Comanches, plus it highlights our offset steering conversion. If you're
thinking about fabbing your own Jeep suspension system, this is an episode
you won't want to miss!
Removing Graying from Jeep Wrangler Fender Flares with a Heat Gun
Remove the gray color from your Jeep Wrangler the easy way. Be CAREFUL! I'm
not going to be held responsible because you light your car on fire!
This method only works if you keep moving. If you hit your paint directly
it's probably going to blister. Use the low setting in warm weather. This
method is cheaper if you already own a heat gun, and is maybe more
environmentally friendly than using any a chemical solution. Is it the best
way? Who knows. It's just the way that worked for me.
The Jeep in the video is a 1997 Wrangler Sport 4.0.Unfortunately I only had
it for about a year after this video was made, but it did not fade back at
all during that time.