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No Drill Fender Flares

Old 05-09-2017
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No Drill Fender Flares

Hi all

I have a 2004 Ford Ranger. Bit of rust around one fender. I'll clean up the rust and treat it with POR-15 (unless someone has a better idea) and then I was going to put on fender flares to cover the rust repair.

Can anyone recommend some good no drill fender flares?

Old 05-10-2017
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No better idea then POR-15. Expensive but worth every penny. Rust Reformer works good too for the low cost, but POR-15 is the best.

As for flares, not sure what is out there that you do not have to drill. Many choices if you change your mind and do not mind drilling.
Old 05-13-2017
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If the rust is merely surface rust, why not have it repainted instead?
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Pocket flares are generally no-drill. They just use emblem tape and maybe self tapping screws for the underside.
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