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Old 01-10-2008
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Is there any way you could pm me a how-to, poss. a diagram on what to cut?
And where can i get the flares?
The flares are Bushwacker cut-out flares. I've always seen the application guide as saying only up to 2000 model year, but they work fine on my 2002.

The flares come with instructions on how to determine what to cut. You use the flare itself as a template to mark the body. It's pretty simple. You can then cut the pieces off with a grinder with a cutting wheel on it, or a sawzall or whatever.

As far at the bumper and valance, you can determine what look appropriate when have the front flare on. At the point you can just fake it on one side then make the other side match.

On mine, I removed the valance a long time ago. But the ear that sticks out from the bumper where the valance went on, I sawed all of that off. You don't need to remove that much though -- probalby an inch or inch and a half would be plenty at the bottom and curving up from there to match the flare.
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I have been asking that same question.. I think its like a secret or somethin cause they arnt spillin the beans lol.
Heres a link to his setup it made by KC not sure where you can buy one.
https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ead.php?t=8269

I had one like that on my old 96 but it was made by a company called carr. heres a pic of it. I bought mine from a local 4wd shop for like $100.
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aw i c.Dammit, i see how that looks, and it makes me wonder if i will like that better than putting the roll bar in, and mounting the lights to the roll bar..
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i like the roll bars, but if you have an over the rail tool box, they wont work...
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i like the roll bars, but if you have an over the rail tool box, they wont work...
yeah, i dont have a toolbox. But to install the roll bar, i have to cut into the drop-in bed liner, or take it out completely, which i dont want to do..I thought about getting it sprayed, but im not sure how much it costs..I will have to see what the roll bar looks like when it comes in. If it ever comes in.
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lol yeah i have seen a number of people wonder about those roof racks on the forums but never seen anyone answer them
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