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<p>[caption id="attachment_1248" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Bushwacker Extend-A-Fenders"][/caption]</p>
<p>Looking for that extra something for your ride? Need better tire coverage? Trying to keep the road spray off of your Ford truck?</p>
<p>This is where Bushwacker has got you covered. Adding that extra look and protection in different styles to suit your purpose.</p>
<p>[caption id="attachment_1249" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Bushwacker Pocket Style flares"][/caption]</p>
<p>All flares are made of exclusive Dura-Flex 2000 in an OEM matte black finish which are paintable to match your color scheme. 100 percent UV protected which means, no chalking, no cracking and no warping of the flares. Most kits install using existing factory holes and are a single piece design to compliment your Ford trucks body lines.</p>
<p>Available in different styles starting with the Street flares that add about 1/2" of tire coverage. These are a perfect compliment for stock wheel and tire packages.</p>
<p>Need more tire coverage for larger wheel and tire packages, get the Extend-A-Fenders that will add another 1 3/4" of tire coverage. Paint to match or leave them with the black matte finish.</p>
<p>[caption id="attachment_1270" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Bushwacker Street flares"][/caption]</p>
<p>Going for that more aggressive look? Use the Pocket Style Fender flares that have an additional 2" of tire coverage. These flares have the decorative stainless steel rivet heads to give you a tougher look to your truck. Pocket flares have a newer option available for some vehicles which give you less tire coverage for modest wheel and tire packages.</p>
<p>Also only available on some models are the Cut-Out Fender flares, and yes, the name says it all. The Cut-Outs give you even more tire coverage but you will need to do some actual cutting on the factory fenders. These are specifically designed for the serious off-roader.</p>
<p>Check out more great products at Bushwacker.</p>
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Wish I had some of them for the Wife's 04 FX4, that would be sweet!!





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I need some!
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Ive always loved bushwacker flares, If i do in fact cut the fenders then ill be calling them up.


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I'd rather put glass fenders on the front.

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So if you don't already have the plastic flares from Ford, how hard is it to install some of these? My new wheels and tires will stick out a bit and depending on how it looks I may need a set.






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