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Lowest price on Bushwacker flares?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by outlaw612, May 20, 2002.

  1. outlaw612

    outlaw612 1/2 ton status

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    Where is the cheapest place to get a set of Bushwacker Cutout flares for my 86 K-10? 4WPW wants like $370.
     
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    Dont know but i got some Xeon flares from a guy here and LOVE them.... IMO they fit beter than the bushwhackers
     
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    I've been told the Xenons don't come in cut out sizes. Is this true? I would think flexible would be better than the bushwhacker's hard plastic. I plan to do these sometime in the next decade or two as I get the other stuff paid for. Just don't want to run up debt. LOL
     
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    If you're not in a big hurry, I got mine off ebay for 150.00.
     
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    Central 4WD was the cheapest place I found for the flares. If you have a 4WPW nearby, I would try to get them to match the price.
     
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    I sell em for $310. Plus shipping.
     
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    Can you get me a price with shipping to ?
     
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    Zip code?
     
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    Keep watching eBay.... I see sets go for like $150 plus shipping.... if you wheel and do rocks... avoid them, they'll break. Get some rubber flares that'll will flex when nailed. JCWhitney has some good ones....
     
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    UMMM, yeah, I guess a zip would help. Its 61802. Thanks!
     
  12. outlaw612

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    I tried a set of the rubber ones from JC Whitney. They just come in a roll, and the look terrible once they are installed. They dont form to the corners in the fenders and buckle and bulge out. Theyre just stuck in the shed now.
     

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