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Fender flares with bolt pattern

Where can I get a set of these fender flares without going through a dealer? I've checked local yards with no luck. If anyone has a set or can get me a set please let me know.If I have to go through the dealer what years did they come on and does any one have a parts number. Also Will they fit a 96 ranger? thanks for the help peeps.

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Bushwacker has a line of flares to mount in the OEM holes, but I've never looked to see if they fit Rangers.

Try a few online retailers that carry bushwacker, or find their web site and it should tell you.
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personally, i've never liked fender flares with "fake" bolts.

the smooth flares look a lot better
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Right now, only option for that exact style is junkyards, FORD, and possibly ebay. Those are 06+ Sport Flares. There are also XLT/Fx4 flares just like that, but is textured dark grey or black, instead of smooth painted like the Sports. Should fit your '96 so long as there are flares on it now. If not, time to drill holes.

Bushwacker has a similar style......called "pocket style". No clue if they make them for Rangers though. Pretty penny i might add.
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or just roll like shane,fender holes are the in thing anyway.Havnt you heard?...
DEEP WEDGE WOOD BLUE CREW!!!!!
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or you could roll like me, half crushed, heald on by a thread!!!

Deep Wedgewood Forever!!!!
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or just roll like shane,fender holes are the in thing anyway.Havnt you heard?...
DEEP WEDGE WOOD BLUE CREW!!!!!

Der! "My name is Flareless Shane, and that's how i roll". Running valenceless is also the "in" thing to do to. You know what else is in.....having 4 KC's on the front, and only 2 wired up!

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I have no valence and damaged flares on the passenger side from side hilling down into a tree. I'm only half-cool...
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^^Yea, but you do have something called a solid axle, so that adds a bunch of points. no 4wd yet, points taken away. The lord givith, and thee takeith away. However the right way to say that. lol.
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