Those new wide wheels and big off-road tires with their aggressive lug pattern sure look great on your truck, but that negative offset makes the tires stick out past the fenders. Without some protection, the debris thrown up by that tread will be decorating the sides of your truck and likely cause chipped paint or even worse. And besides causing damage, tires that protrude past the fenders are illegal in some states.

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Yup, stones and muck hurled by big meats can really do a number on your body work, and tickets can be expensive. Luckily you’ve come to the right place. Our fender flares will protect your rig, keep it legal and make it look even more rugged to boot. Even if your wheel/tire combo isn’t any wider, fender flares are the perfect way to frame them in the wheel well, and our huge selection means you’ll be able to get the perfect set no matter what you drive.

If you like the way the factory does it, select OEM fender flares, or go wide with brawny, exposed bolt head flares designed for the largest wheel and tire packages, or choose something in between. Material will vary according to manufacturer, but most fender flares are made of tough plastic like ABS, for long lasting durability. Although the matte black finish of most flares looks great right out of the box, many can be painted to match your truck. Each set of fender flares is specifically designed for the application, making installation easy with the included hardware, and little or no drilling is usually required.

Jeep fans rejoice, because we offer more styles of fender flares for Jeeps than for any other vehicle. If your stock flares are worn or faded we have the OE style flares, or go with same style but wider for more protection. Tubular and flat style fender flares will provide protection for your Jeep but with more room for tire travel. And for the most uninhibited tire travel, we have fender flares that will be right at home on the gnarliest rock crawler.

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While we have far more fender flares for Jeeps, trucks and SUVs, we know that fender flares are also a great way for a performance street car owner to run larger wheels and tires, and emulate the wider fenders the manufacturer puts on the racetrack version. For you we have products that can easily be installed with adhesive as well as fender flares that should be attached and integrated into the vehicle fenders by a technician with body kit experience.

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    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.
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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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3.8 of 5
Little Disappointed
If you have painted bumpers on a Ram, go to the Stampede website and take a look. The flares don't stop on the front at the fender it continues about 3" on to the bumper. I'm not crazy about the look, but that's not CARiD's fault. Hope it grows on me their painted and can't return!
TPosted by Tim (Rock View, WV) /
2014 Dodge Ram
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