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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-03-2009, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
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fender covers

does anyone know where i could find fender covers that are similar to the new 6.4 off road type they look like they have plastic allen screws holding them in... has anyone tried to put them on a 00-04 model? my fenders are starting to rust a little and i was wanting to cover them up some thanks

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Re: fender covers

bushwacker pocket style.
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Re: fender covers

I don't think I have seen any factor flares that look like they have little allen head screws holding them in, other than maybe on the rangers. Bushwacker pocket style would be the closest to your description, but will stick out quite a ways (2" I believe) so might look a little silly with stock size/width tires.

My truck has the little factory trim flares that a lot of the FX4 trucks have, they only stick out about 3/4" and cover the flat portion around the wheel well (2" maybe) I think Bushwacker makes a similar flare, called street flares

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