Fender Flare Articles and Reviews

Fender Flare Products for All Truck Makes
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DEC
04
As opposed to other truck makes, Jeep fender flares are made to only provide an overhead cover and thus do not extend to the side of the tire. Their signature look stays the same regardless of which manufacturer to purchase from. Other manufacturers we have listed offer a variety of flare options for all truck owners. They include Bushwacker, EGR, TrueEdge, Rugged Ridge, Prestige and Smittybilt. Read More...
Restoring the Factory Shine to Faded Fender Flares
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SEP
10
Fender flares whether factory installed or aftermarket ones are bound to fade after some years of use. To help restore the factory shine there are a number of techniques that can be applied including repainting the flares, using cleaning products or using paint conditioners. Paint conditioners are perfect as they last longer that all the other methods. The article looks at some of the steps you can follow to restore the shine of your Jeep Wrangler flares.
Knowing the Basics About Fender Flares
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JUN
26
Just because someone is a truck owner, it doesn’t necessarily make him or her a truck enthusiast. When you see an owner who is an enthusiast, it becomes painfully obvious that their vehicle is much more than a mode of transportation: it’s a statement. From custom paintjobs to under-the-hood performance, the ability to modify the machine is what makes driving a truck so much fun.
Fender Flares - Making a Truck Stand Out
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AUG
15
The AC Cobra and the Willys Jeep are two very different icons that share one iconic style. The AC would be nothing without those wide wheel arches and the Willys is defined by its aggressive and angular front fenders. A set of flares will make your pickup or Jeep stand out from the crowd, and although you might not reach iconic status your ride will look sensational. Read more here…
Jeep Fender Flares Information, a Brand Review
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FEB
21
Jeep is one of the few vehicle brands instantly recognized by off-road enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike. With its unmistakable seven slot grille and round headlamps, the aggressive, robust style of the Jeep has scaled the tests of time. For over 70 years Jeep has dominated roads and trails without discretion. However, even the most dedicated enthusiast knows there is always room for improvement in performance and protection. In this article, we look at EGR, Smittybilt, Beestop and Bushwacker Jeep Fender Flares.
How to Paint Fender Flares
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FEB
13
If you've been looking at Fender Flares, then you know they are a relatively inexpensive and easy way to bring a custom look to your vehicle while bringing an element of protection from road debris flung up during travel. A less known feature is that they are made ready to paint for a seamless finish with the color of your vehicle. In this article, we explain the process by your flares can be painted, from finding the color to match your vehicle to making the finishing touches for a body-shop worthy performance.
3 Tips for Choosing Fender Flares
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FEB
06
Fender Flares are a pretty straightforward aftermarket accessory for trucks, Jeeps and SUV's. However, there are some often overlooked details to pay attention to when selecting a flare that can result in a mismatched product for your vehicle. In this brief article, we eliminate all the elaborate categories manufacturers have for them today, and give you 3 simple tips to follow when selecting the right one for your vehicle.
Fender Flares a Buyers Guide
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FEB
05
Choosing flare for your vehicle might seem like a simple task. However, with all the styles to choose from and slight difference between installation and coverage over your wheel well, you will want to read this article first. Here, we explain the differences between the most popular types of flares - from OEM to Pocket Style and Cut-Out to Street Style.