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    Default bushwacker fender flares

    so guys im goign to be purchasing new fender flares for my truck im stuck between the extend a flare and pocket style flares by bush wacker im going to be doing a 6" lift and 35 tires next spring so just woundering what fender flaresld be the better choice since i dont want to be buying new ones after i get my lift


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    pocket style all the way!
    ill be getting those myself... if your curious what they look like, 383man has them on his white crewcab silverado if u wanted to take a look.
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    Personally, I like the extend-a-fender flares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burden33 View Post
    so guys im goign to be purchasing new fender flares for my truck im stuck between the extend a flare and pocket style flares by bush wacker im going to be doing a 6" lift and 35 tires next spring so just woundering what fender flaresld be the better choice since i dont want to be buying new ones after i get my lift
    That easy buy the EGR Bolt on Look or Rugged Look.
    They are 6" tall, add an additional 1.5" of tire coverage and are 100 bolt on!

    Here are the rugged on Project Silverado back when we first got her


    And here are the Bolt On Flares color matched on American Luxury Coach's Silverados
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    Quote Originally Posted by EGRUSA View Post
    That easy buy the EGR Bolt on Look or Rugged Look.
    They are 6" tall, add an additional 1.5" of tire coverage and are 100 bolt on!
    Woah, 2+ year old thread resurrected...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurrealOne View Post
    Woah, 2+ year old thread resurrected...
    I just had to put my 2 cents in, ha ha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EGRUSA View Post
    I just had to put my 2 cents in, ha ha!
    Better late than never, I suppose.

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    ya its always better late then never but i ended up with cut outs due to the 36x15.50x20 mtz im going to be running


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    Quote Originally Posted by Burden33 View Post
    ya its always better late then never but i ended up with cut outs due to the 36x15.50x20 mtz im going to be running
    Wow thats a pretty meaty tire! Nice to see you are running 20's
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurrealOne View Post
    Woah, 2+ year old thread resurrected...
    EH! Cut him a break! He has only been here since October... These things take time!
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