Upgrading the fenders on an off-road vehicle is a popular modification among off-road enthusiasts. When off-roading, the vehicle's fenders are subjected to a significant amount of stress and abuse from debris, rocks, and mud. Stock fenders may not offer adequate clearance or protection, which can lead to damage to the fenders themselves or other parts of the vehicle.
Upgrading to aftermarket fenders can provide numerous benefits, including increased clearance, durability, and style. Off-road fenders are typically made of durable materials such as steel or fiberglass, and are designed to provide increased clearance for larger tires and suspension lifts. This can help prevent tire rubbing and allow for more aggressive off-road driving. Aftermarket fenders can also provide additional protection to the vehicle's body, protecting against debris and rocks kicked up by the tires. Additionally, aftermarket fenders can be customized to match the vehicle's style and enhance its appearance, giving it a more rugged and aggressive look.