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Old 07-15-2007
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lookin to add edge fender flairs

any one got some on here they want to get rid of or might b able to find some at the local j/y??? out here there is nothing in rochester...


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Finding a good edge at a junkyard is like finding a needle in a haystack, but you never know
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you will also need the front bumper to make them look decent
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and you will need the fenders and bedsides......they have holes all round the wheel opening that little screws goes into that holds the flares on......or you can drill all the holes, but good luck hitting the spot with them....

IMO: i would get a set of Bushwacker flares....they screw into the bottom of the fender....
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You have a dropped street truck.. and your putting on flares.. UGH :(
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and you will need the fenders and bedsides......they have holes all round the wheel opening that little screws goes into that holds the flares on......or you can drill all the holes, but good luck hitting the spot with them....
or just drill up from the bottom of the fender lip and use those automotive push pin things, thats how i mounted mine. 2 years and not a single problem i can take some pics this weekend if you want
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or just drill up from the bottom of the fender lip and use those automotive push pin things, thats how i mounted mine. 2 years and not a single problem i can take some pics this weekend if you want
Did mine the same way, drilled holes in the lip, nothing on the face of the fender. Just used some molding tape around the top edge of the flare. I did have to drill one hole on each side on the very front of the front fenders to hold the flare close enough.

Still looking for the 01-03 edge bumper.... lol
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or just drill up from the bottom of the fender lip and use those automotive push pin things, thats how i mounted mine. 2 years and not a single problem i can take some pics this weekend if you want
Key word.. ' drilled '. Shes in New York. We have a LOT of rust issues and drilling holes in your fenders leads to problems down the road.

If she could find flares that used 3M tape or something to hold them on.. that would be one thing..
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