Replacing Your Jeep JL Sport Fenders with Jeep JL Rubicon Fenders

It’s no secret that the fender flares on the Jeep JL Rubicon models have a much more aggressive look and provide more clearance for off road activities. However, it is possible to swap to Rubicon flares on the other JL models.

Here’s the catch, you’ll need to pick up a used set of Rubicon take offs (check eBay), or if you want to purchase new flares at your local dealer, you’ll need a VIN number before they will know what to look for you.

Here is a Rubicon VIN number and Rubicon part numbers that should help.

2018 JL Rubicon Unlimited

This Jeep does not have the LED package. That is not relevant to our needs as we won’t be using the OEM lights anyway. The non-LED flare is cheaper due to different brackets for the DRL’s. The outer shells are the same for the LED and non-LED flares.

Flare Color: “Molded In Color” – ie. Textured Black, Unpainted

VIN: 1C4HJXFG3JW159784

Part Numbers for These Flares:

  • Driver – 6CE73RXFAF (old P/N’s: 6CE73RXFAE; 6CE73RXFAB; 6CE73RXFAA; 6CE73RXFAD; 6CE73RXFAC)
  • Passenger – 6CE70RXFAF (old P/N’s: 6CE73RXFAE; 6CE73RXFAB; 6CE73RXFAA; 6CE73RXFAD; 6CE73RXFAC)

Once you are able to get your hands onto a set of Jeep JL Rubicon take off fenders, you’ll be able to separate them from the black inner plastic by following our Jeep JL High-Line Fender installation video.

From JL Sport Flare to JL Rubicon Flare

Here is what your Jeep JL Sport will look like with Jeep JL Rubicon flares installed. For reference, this jeep is stock height and running 35″ tires.

This Jeep JL is also running our Jeep JL Rubicon High-Line Fender Brackets and LED Daytime Running Lights.

At the time of publishing this article, all of the above information was as up to date as possible. If you find any inaccuracies with the part numbers, please email me at go@americanadventurelab.com so I can update this page to serve as a resource for all.

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