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post #1 of 13 Old 04-23-2013, 09:11 PM Thread Starter
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Fender Flares installed!!!

I bought some Street Scene fender flares last year, and finally had them color matched and installed.
So far I am very happy with the fit and the looks of them!














2005 F-250 CC/SB 4x4 medium wedgewood blue

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Looks great! These run cheaper that bushwackers?


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Looks great man. I like those Street Scenes better than the Bushwackers.

Have you noticed less 'kick up' spray onto your sideview mirrors and truck body?

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Looking good man. How much of a lift do you have on that thing?


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They are about the same price as Bushwackers, I bought these through 4wheelparts Wholesalers.
I have had many sets of Bushwackers over the years on other trucks and know that they are nice, but for the Superdutys I liked the look of these more!

The Street Scene flares are made of urethane like most factory flares.

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those do look nice. how do they mount? any drilling

I couldn't get a straight answer from them on how far they extended past the fender, so I had to unfortunately get Bushwackers for my truck. They responded to my e-mails

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those do look nice. how do they mount? any drilling

I couldn't get a straight answer from them on how far they extended past the fender, so I had to unfortunately get Bushwackers for my truck. They responded to my e-mails
I was debating about buying them because I couldn't find any specific info about them, but after finding several different photos on the internet of them on different trucks I decided to go for it.

The only drilling is under the fender lip for the sheet metal screws to mount them, the entire upper edges of the flares are secured with 3M double sided tape.

The rear flares stick out about 2-3/4" and the fronts about 2-1/4".

I am very satisfied with the quality of the Street Scene flares

2005 F-250 CC/SB 4x4 medium wedgewood blue

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Looks great! I need something, but don't know what kind to get.

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How do they keep out snow/salt water i would love to do mine but dont want my bed to rot
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love these look great!!!!!

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