2008 Chevy Suburban Fender Flares

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    • Bushwacker® OE Style™ Fender Flares
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      # 34455804
      Chevy Suburban 2008, OE Style™ Fender Flares by Bushwacker®, OE Matte Black, Smooth. Add both personal style and excellent protection to your vehicle while keeping its original look. Made of tough Dura-Flex 2000 thermoplastic...
      Sleek, curved design for a finished factory lookExtra tire coverage for added protection from road debris
      $279.99 - $499.99
    • Xenon® Wide Style 1.25" Wide Fender Flare Kit
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      # 82860978
      Chevy Suburban 2008, Wide Style 1.25" Fender Flare Kit by Xenon®. Fender flares give your vehicle a bolder look and they're a must to make those taller and wider wheels and tires look at home. This flare accentuates the fender line...
      Cutting edge styling by professional designersCustom designed for each application
      $105.39 - $421.55
    • Husky Liners® Mud Grabbers™ Fender Flares
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      # 103436233
      Mud Grabbers™ Fender Flares by Husky Liners®. Includes installation kit. The one-piece universal fit fender flares provide the coverage to keep the muck off your truck. Plus, the low profile design delivers a rugged look to...
      Provide universal fitDesigned to help you protect your vehicle from mud and road debris
      $49.95 - $99.95


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      Full body kits are inspired by the look and functionality of body panel refinements made to racecars after relentless amounts of wind tunnel testing and aerodynamic adjustments on the track. Careful sculpting of body panels with addition of air dams, skirts, rear spoilers, ridges and diffusers serves to control airflow around the car - yielding a lower coefficient of drag along with greater amounts of downforce that keep a car pressed against the ground at higher speeds.
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      Fender Flares Give Your Truck Style And Protection
      Most guys and gals who drive trucks love their vehicles. They consider themselves "truck people". Some of the fun which can be had with a pickup, Jeep, or SUV involves off-roading. Equipping your ride to be successful at this kind of adventure means installing lift kits along with bigger wheels and tires. The object is to make the truck look and perform as "bad ass" as possible. However, once the truck is lifted, and the 35's are bolted in place, something is still missing. You may see too much of a gap between the wheel and the fender. Or, you may find that your fat new tires are throwing too much dirt and debris up against your sheet metal.

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