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Fender Flares

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by buffcc1, Jul 11, 2006.

  1. buffcc1

    buffcc1 Registered Member

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    I recently cut out some cancer from my rear wheel wells does anybody know where i can get some fender flares by the stip. Not lookin for anything real expensive.
     
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    I would get the plastic Landscaping Edging/Trim from Home Depot and Lowes. Inexpensive, easy to install and replace.
     
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    you have ics of what it looks like? could help come inspection time
     
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    $13 at home depot.
     
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    i meant on a truck lol
     
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    how does the edging look and how do you install it
     
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    dremu Officious Thread Derailer Premium Member

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    Well, you could use the Handyman's Secret Weapon, duct tape, but I'm thinking folding the sheetmetal for the wheel wells in, then using sheet metal screws through the rubber into the folded edge.

    JC Whitney does sell generic fender flares in rolls, fwiw.

    -- A
     

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