Fender Flares.

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  1. MountainDrre

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    Hard to say this doesn’t look cool.
     
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    Haha! Haters gonna hate.
     
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    ugly as a mud salad.....
     
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    Look into ulterior motive fender flares. They make steel and you can order whatever you want and weld them on. Thats what Im doing to mine right now. My plan isnt for huge flares that look ricer but just so 2” ones that give a little tire clearance and a wider stance. Im going for more of the flares like the greening auto made on theirs. Subtle but looks awesome
     
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    I must agree with you venomv8, and I may have been thinking of my uncles' flared fender moped....and these cars are so visually pliable they can be made to look sleek, long, or short and stout.....have a good one....
     
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    I was thinking about some type of flares as well for a rally build but might just go with a trim.
     

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