Fender Trimming and Bumpstops After I got my new wheels and tires on my Jeep, I noticed that when I cranked the wheel all the way to one side or the other, my tires would rub against the fenders on the bottom corners, which was really annoying, especially when trying to back up a boat trailer. Also, during my trip to Moab, I knocked off 3 of the 4 fender flares on my Jeep and I had terrible rubbing on the front tires when I was articulating a lot, which ate at my tires after it happened the whole trip. So when I got back home and I got my fenders put back on, I realized that I needed to trim a lot of my fenders to make sure that didn't happen again. Here are the pics after I trimmed the fenders: I also bought front bumpstop extensions so that my tire doesn't jam up into fender flares so much when I go to Moab. I didn't realize until after I installed them that they are still too short to prevent my tire from hitting my fender flare. So I also bought aluminum bump stops that go in the bottom inside the coil. Here are some pics. Rock Rails I bought some 1.5" square pipe and fabricated my own rock rails. They normally cost more than $250 if bought from a supplier, but after everything I bought, it only cost $37. It was a relatively simple modification and would suggest it to anyone. I got them put on just in time for another trip to Moab, UT. Engine Mods I bought this K&N FIPK intake online and put it on in about an hour. There have been significant gains in gas mileage in stop and go traffic situations. Worth the money in my opinion. Sounds great under the hood.