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post #1 of 20 Old 02-20-2014, 03:27 PM Thread Starter
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Fender flare opinions please. Pictures inside

Ordered bushwacker extend a fendern for my f250. Ive had my wheels/tires/leveling kit for 2.5 months and have been getting significant chips on the lower doors, so hoping these could help. I'm not a fan of mud flaps so I saw these being my only option.

I wasn't sure how they'd look without 37s or a bigger lift. I think they look alright. I would obviously get them painted. Just looking for opinions. The tires stick out right at 1/4" more than the flares. I hate to get them painted and not like them, but I think they could be alright. Hard to say for sure.

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Look nice to me.
I like the pocket style though.
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I think they'll be a definite improvement once you've had them painted.
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Thanks for the input everyone. Having them dropped off along with some plastic paintable mirror caps I'll have get painted to match the truck.

We will see how they look after painted. Worse case scenario, I leave them on then lift a couple more inches and put 37's on when I need new tires to fill out the space a bit more

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I have to say they look pretty trick! I am not a mud flap person myself

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Dropped them off with the mirror caps for paint this morning. Said I should have them back around Monday or Tuesday. Can't wait.

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Installed. Look good. Wish I had a little more tire stick out, but still turned out good. Excuse to go to 37s at next tire purchase I suppose
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