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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-06-2012, 11:24 PM Thread Starter
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cutout vs rivet style fender flares

I would like to see some pics of each style and maybe help deciding which ones and how much to cut Front bumber on them

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Re: cutout vs rivet style fender flares

no lift...cutouts...36's






4.5" lift...cutouts...41's

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Re: cutout vs rivet style fender flares

Was it to hard to cut out fenders and Front bumber

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Re: cutout vs rivet style fender flares

Nope...super easy...

But I will warn you....DO NOT USE A SAWZALL ON THE FENDERS!!!!......you will ruin your truck.

You can use one on the bumpers though. For the fenders, use electric metal shears...it cuts like butter.

You can pick one up for under $70....






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Re: cutout vs rivet style fender flares

Can you use the shears on your inner fender

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you could...but the plastic cuts easy
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Re: cutout vs rivet style fender flares

With sawzall on inner fenders and is bush wacker the only cut out flares out there

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Re: cutout vs rivet style fender flares

Is there any flare that looks as good as the cut outs

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