The following review and images are all from Jon Maib at C4x4.com
On our project Vulture, we have not replaced the original fender flares with aftermarkets because we had not found ones that fit with the desire of the build. There are so many flares to pick from these days and none of them stood out until we found the TrailMods removable fenders at the 2016 SEMA show. The design is definitely different and will most likely have a love/hate following. But from our point of view, they were exactly what we were looking for and we love them! Have a look at our video review and then stick around to read how easy these are to install.
The installation of the front fenders can be done in about a half hour or less as you simply need to remove your existing fenders by removing the bolts that hold the fender on and popping off the plastic tree tabs which you will not retain, so if you are not going to save your original flares, feel free to just rip the fender off. Once both the original outer and inner flares have been removed, you will need to remove the metal fender tab using a cut off wheel. Once that has been cut off, be sure you paint the metal so it doesn’t begin to rust in the elements. You can now put on the TrailMods fender deletes by simply pushing the tabs into the pre-existing holes on the body of Jeep. Complete the install by installing the provided nuts, bolts and washers into the remaining holes and tighten down.