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450 front fender flares on the 350?

anyone attempt this yet ?

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Nick, HVACsupertech did, It looked kinda odd with the stock tires. The flares stuck out too much. Maybee he will see this and post his pics. He took them off

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I was just thinkin this the other day

i think it would be neat with the right offset wheels. But do they make the back flare? i have only seen it on the front.

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I was just thinkin this the other day

i think it would be neat with the right offset wheels. But do they make the back flare? i have only seen it on the front.
Thats the problem, Theyre only made for the front, our 550 has them and I would love to put them on my 350 if I could find a set of rear flares to match.

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450's have a xtra wide front end thats supposed to help with the turning radius. You would most likely have to get a set of spacers on the front to make the wheels fit the flare. I would think a wheel offset to match the flares would be too extreme. IF i remember right the 450 is around 4+" wider than the 350
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just get a set of 10 lug adaptors and semi wheels and you will fit the flares just fine and it will look sweet


if you need help finding some at a good deal let me know I am a dealer for

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just get a set of 10 lug adaptors and semi wheels and you will fit the flares just fine and it will look sweet


if you need help finding some at a good deal let me know I am a dealer for

American Force, Big Dually Wheels and Rims -- Custom Dually Wheels For Big Trucks
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Heres my pics: I painted one side red, the other black to see the difference.



If I would have had the stock front bumper on, or a bigger tire, it would look better.
I dont know how it'd look on a SRW

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if its a non dually and you want flares then buy a set of bushwackers so they taper down in the front to meet the bumper

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