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Fender Flares on a stepside

i was wondering what you guys thought about fender flares on a stepside of a flareside ive seen them on just the front but not all the way around and was thinks of buying a set to put on my truck on all four but havent decided
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depends on how big they are. if they are too big to me it looks weird because of the flare it already has being a flareside. but i will be playing around with flares or somthing of the sort myself when I'm done with my axle swap
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i was thinking of the black bushwacker one or whatever they are called they only stick out like 2 in
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yeah they shouldnt look too bad. thats all the bigger i was going. you should go for it and try them on. I'd really like to see how they look
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i think im goining to because i think i can get a set for like $40-$80
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plz do i have never seen flares on a stepside
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i probally will my uncle that works at a junk yard has a set but 2 of them are cracked from the wreck so i might invest in it if it doesnt dip into my tire budget
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Anyone have any pics. I am very curious to how they would look. I have a flareside, and when I get bigger tires I want them to help with rocks getting thrown into the edge of the fenders.
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not mine but a member on here,i had the bushcrackers on mine like he has their to fragile they break easy
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the font ones just dont look right idk what it is but it doesnt look right but the back ones look sweet
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Here's yuke175 with flares
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not mine but a member on here,i had the bushcrackers on mine like he has their to fragile they break easy

Those are the extenda flares...you have to cut your fenders so they can fit.
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^^^ looks retarded. but yuke175's actually looks decent.
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Thanks for the pics. They look great on yuke175's. I will be getting a set in the future.
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i think ill pass
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Thanks for the pics. They look great on yuke175's. I will be getting a set in the future.
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im not a fan of flaresides, but that does look neat, i wonder why ford never did that.
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im not a fan of flaresides, but that does look neat, i wonder why ford never did that.
cuz they look ghey. imo. maybe i'm just so used to seeing stepsides w/o flares....
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yukes would look great colormatched...
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not mine but a member on here,i had the bushcrackers on mine like he has their to fragile they break easy

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Here's yuke175 with flares

Now that looks o.k, but I'd like to see the FX4 flares on it.
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I like yuke175's better I to thought about an '08 fx4 style fender flare
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The '08 flares probably would not work on the back because of the height of the fender.
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oh yeah I see what you mean now
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yeah thats one of the bad things about a flareside. cant really get any fender flares.. for the rear anyways. just looks weird since the bedside already is flared
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i like the cutout flares on the flareside
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