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Choose from top brands including: Bushwacker, Lund, EGR, Crown Automotive, Husky Liner, Rugged Ridge, Smittybilt, Xenon and Rampage.
Go off-road and don’t worry about the paint! Bushwacker Fender Flares mount inside the fender lip and extend outward to deflect dirt and road debris away from your truck's finish. No more gravel-pitted wheel wells! Five different styles help you make your vehicle unique. Choose from Street Style, OE Style, Extend-A-Fender, Pocket Style and Cut-Out. Street Style fender flares are designed to be used with stock tire and wheel packages. OE Style Flares are an aftermarket product that give you a factory-installed look. Extend-A-Fender Flares are for use with larger wheels and tires and provide extra protection from road debris. Pocket Style Flares look as though they’ve been bolted on, but install without drilling any holes. Cut-Out Fender Flares are for “aggressive” tire and wheel packages; you cut open the wheel well to install them. Every Bushwacker Fender Flare is made of tough black material with an engineered fit and 100 percent UV protection so you don’t have to worry about it cracking or breaking. Let us help you find the fender flare that’s a perfect fit for your truck or SUV.
Your vehicle is susceptible to rust, especially if you do off-road driving or you live in an area with salty or sludgy winter seasons. If you've already got some damage, make your wheel area look like new by throwing on some truck fender flares. Otherwise, take preemptive action to protect your investment by installing flares. They deflect damaging debris and repel corrosive chemicals. You'll also get a smooth upgrade to your profile in the process. Prep them properly and paint for a customized look, or leave them in the OEM style finishes they have right out of the box.
Fender flares are made out of tough materials. They fit along the rim of your fender to protect it from harm. They're much more affordable than fenders, and they're easy to switch out when they get damaged. Some styles of flares require trimming and fitting, but the majority of them are custom-tailored to OEM body pieces. This means they mount easily and securely to your fender. There are fender flares in various styles to suit both your practical and aesthetic needs.
Choose your flares from our selection of industry-standard brands like Xenon, Bushwacker, Rugged Ridge, Husky Liner, Crown Automotive, Smittybilt, Lund, EGR and Warn. We're proud to offer millions of discount parts and auto accessories at PartsGeek.com. We ship most parts in two days or less thanks to our great inventory system. We also offer a 30-day return policy to cover your purchases.
What are truck fender flares?
Fenders protect your truck from debris that bounces off of your driving surface. They clip on to your fender securely, covering the vulnerable rim of your wheel well. They're made of durable and corrosion-resistant materials. The idea behind them is to let a relatively inexpensive plastic or rubber part take the damage that would otherwise be inflicted on your costly auto body elements.
Fender flares are also great profile upgrades. They're designed to blend into the trim of your truck or SUV so they look like they came from the factory. Many can be refinished to match or offset your truck's paint job.
How much is a set of fender flares?
The amount you put into a fender flare usually depends on whether you want it for simple performance or you also want to have a great look. It also varies a lot depending on what type of vehicle you're driving. Expect to pay somewhere between $75-400 for these upgrades.
It's a good maintenance investment, since these parts protect your body from rusting out and other damage. Remember that your fenders might cost up to ten times as much as a fender flare, and that's before the paint matching and installation work you need when repairing your auto body.
When do you need a set of fender flares?
Anyone can install flares to get a more finished look to a SUV or truck. Truck fender flares are also a great idea for drivers who drive in rough conditions:
- Salted or sanded roads
- Gravel driveways
- Dirt roads
Combine fender flares with some touch-up work to prevent the acceleration of existing rust damage and improve the look of your vehicle's wheel wells.
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