I hear ya. LOTS of stuff I see around here ain't my cup 'O tea either. 99% of the fab on the mud, rock and trail trucks would get laughed out of town around the desert fab snobs. These huge fenders have already gotten a chuckle from more than one of those guys though. Different strokes for different folks
For people like you I'm looking into a eurethene based resin that will flex and not crack.
I hope to have a test set on a buddies 75 rock and mud truck (running 44's w/ 500+ ci motor) here soon. Since I have watched him stuff the tire and crush every set of stock fenders I have given him, he'll be the ginnea pig on the eurethene blend stuff.
Until then I got some picks after a long wait and another 1 day run from So. Cal to Vegas and back to pick up the truck.
I can finally say I have my fenders
These pics still don't show off the fenders too well, since the trucks not painted and I had to fake the trakc width, but you get the idea.
Since the front end is still stock width (just under due to the bent beams) I moved the driver side wheel out 4" to give an idea of what it will look like with the widened front end.
Here's one dead on with the dirver side wheel out and pass. side at stock location
And last - I didn't realize I didn't get this angle with the tire moved out - so heres one with the tire at "stock" width
More pics can be seen here
The glass quality and fit is on par if not slightly better than autofab. That's pretty dang rare in off road stuff now a days!