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post #1 of 4 Old 06-21-2014, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
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flares and mud flaps

I just ordered my extenda flares from bushwacker. My tires stick out quite far.
I would assume most of you move you flaps out flush with the flares?
If so what do you mount to? or is the flare strong enough to hold a screw?
Pics would be great too. I have allways said I would never put flares on but I am slowly sandblasting my truck away!!


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On my old truck I had them mounted to my bushwackers with longer screws. It held up good. But I did loose one of them in the front but, it was a frozen chisel field with 1 ft of snow. Kinda asken for it there ha.

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Thanx for the reply, I am a little worried about it as we get lots of snow and temps as low as -50c. I don't need em ripping off. I guess I really got no choice but screw them on. I run lots of gravel during hunting season.


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Use bigger washers, good luck. Happy huntin

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