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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by roadnotca, Nov 11, 2006.
This is that edging chit from Home Depot. Tools required; scissors, SS screws and washers.
no. You dont even need flairs man. Let alone ones that dont look very nice. Now, if you had tires that stuck out past the body and needed flairs that that would be a good, cheap, durable, and flexable idea. But on your rig my vote is NO...
Do a search for BigPappB. He used some rubber flairng he bought online somewhere (by the foot) and it looked damn good!! If I find the link I'll post it up.
Lawn edging = bad idea IMO. Your 'burb deserves better.
OK found it.
It's $3.50 per foot.
got me through inspection and i didnt think it looked too terrible. but they are off now...
Thanks guys. It was just another Bubba solution. Built, not bought.
Rene, thanks for the link.
Watch PBB. Bushwackers show up several times a year. I bought mine used and cheap, patched them up and sprayed them with cheap bedliner and they looked gret IMO.
flares are for the poor bastids who live in sharty states with inspections and crappy laws...
Actually, I kinda like the Forestry Service look; tall, skinny wheels under flares.
Or is that Agro?
if i run flares i don't get a lap full of mud. what's wrong with flares?
lap full of mud? its just dirt.... hell add water and it washes right off...
Add water to mud? Wasn't that done already?
These are lookin pretty cool.........
I think I'm gonna do it.........
That link looks alot like Flexy Flares. The 3" wide flexys have the addition of a wire run through the outside bead as well.
Have to do some measurin' & figgerin' for costwise.
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