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Fender Flares Comparison

I am in the market for some fender flares with great looks, and coverage. What do you run? Post pics if you have them. Comments and suggestions welcome.

I am trying to decide between the following:

Street Scene 2.5"-3" coverage with smooth style to match body
Sport Fender Flares

Bushwacker 2" coverage with fake bolt on look like cutouts
Pocket Style Fender Flares

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i have no idea what brand these are since they came on the truck. but heres a few pics.
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I have no idea what these are either, they came on the truck:


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Pretty sure those are the same as mine. They are OEM flares. They fit great and are relatively cheap. I think I paid 300 something for mine from Ford.



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You will get some axle wrap with a heavy trailer, I can feel it when towing my gooseneck with some heavy equipment. My Deavers will wrap enough to make the tires rub the front of the rear fender well if I give it too much throttle on aceleration.
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Here's mine no idea what brand either as I bought the truck with them. Not really much of a flare maybe an inch or inch and half. Looks better now that I have 35's on it.


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Bush wacker pocket flairs are what I want!

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I'm leaning more towards the SS Street Scene ones because they retain the smooth body lines and finder looks without the fake bolt on look and easier to clean without worrying about water sitting in the pockets and dripping out later. They are not as easy to clean. The SS also give 1/2"-1" more coverage. I appreciate all the pictures all of you have posted up so far, it's been helpful and enlightening on the subject.

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get the pocket style.. they look great and do a good job


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get the pocket style.. they look great and do a good job

Raul, what lights are those mounted on top?
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Raul, what lights are those mounted on top?
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