Chevy Colorado Styleside 2012, Extend-A-Fender™ Fender Flares by Bushwacker®, 2-Pieces Set, OE Matte Black. Tire Coverage: 2.5". These are a perfect investment for additional tire coverage required for larger wheel and tire...
Extra tire coverage for effective protection from road debrisSpecially designed for bigger wheel and tire combos
Chevy Colorado 2012, Rugged Black Fender Flares by EGR®. Height 5", Tire Coverage 1". If you're tired being one of those many vehicles that are hard to distinguish from each other, it's high time you ordered and installed these...
Protect your vehicle's fenders from road rubble and kicked-up filthAdd a stylish finishing touch to its overall appearance
Fenders are the body panels that surround a car or truck's wheel wells. Because they contribute so much to the overall shape and look of your vehicle, it's easy to forget that fenders serve an extremely valuable function - keeping water, snow, dirt and debris from being flung upward from the tire treads and onto the body or glass of the vehicle.
Have you ever seen another truck like yours and thought, "It looks the same as mine, but more…rugged"? And after a moment of reflection, the answer finally came to you why. The other
vehicle was equipped with fender flares, and yours wasn't. Yes, there's a reason automakers fit fender flares on top-trim versions of their cars and trucks at the factory.
It's because they can serve as elegant-looking pieces that make your vehicle look more expensive, or as more robust ones that add well-toned, muscular definition, without great
cost or complexity. Because we understand just how much they add to a vehicle, we offer a great selection of fender flares. And regardless of what you opt for, fender flares can
be left their original color (usually black), or they can be easily custom painted to blend in or contrast as desired.
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.
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.