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WTB: Fender flares for my 06 XLT... SoCal

I'd like to buy some flares like the ones in the following link that I could paint to match my truck. I've checked around the net but have had no luck. I've even tried www.certifit.com but they didn't have 'em listed or I'm blind and didn't see 'em listed.

Hit me back if you know of anybody selling some.

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Basically you have the dealer which is like $500-$600 for them or a junk yard.. no aftermarket place is making them... heck you cant even get 01-05 from the after market places
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How easy or difficult would it be to remove them from a donor?
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Pull really hard lol, thats really the only easy to way to get them off. Then just get replacement clips
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I'm gonna start looking around at my local junk yards.

Question:
1. Will I need to drill holes in my truck to mount the flares? Obviously; right?

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yes the mounting holes are ALOT higher then the older style some guys just run the inner wheel lip clips then use a Toyota fender flare tape.. it doesnt hold as good in the colder climates but your in Cali...
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