Fender Flares- Got pics?

bad12jr

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The flares will promote rust as they can trap moisture between the fender and the flare. Seen it happen many times.
 

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ok so I had a good customer of mine come in and he just so happened to need an IDM so the fender flare came off... I put it on mine for fitment. these are the 2 inch BW's

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I think its still too much, so I'm going to go with the 1.5's
 

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any other trucks with similar setups where the flare overrides tire
 

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so I ordered them... How do you put them on? Im going to have to remove alot of metal in the rear also
 

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unless there the BW cut out flares you do NOT cut anything. they bolt on through factory holes and special clips that the BW's come with
 

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yea but i have to cut out the rust so it doesnt keep creeping up
 

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I wouldn't cut anything untill you have the flares in your hand and test fit on the truck, they attache to the inside lip of the fender. You start cutting, you might cut off what they mount to.
 

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Pretty sure there are some extended flares out there. That doesn't look too terrible.
 

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