Mercury Fenders

    About Mercury Fenders


    Mercury was a Michigan-based automobile manufacturer from 1938 until 2011. Mercury was a division of Ford Motor Company. The Mercury nameplate was used for Ford’s line of entry-level luxury vehicles. These vehicles were essentially between the standard Ford lineup and the luxury Lincoln lineup. Mercury vehicles provided a good middle ground for those seeking an affordable luxury vehicle from a reliable name. The Mercury line was discontinued in 2011 due to low sales and to make room for newer vehicles.

    If you own a Mercury, you may be wondering what the best place to find parts for it is. Well, you’ve already found it! Here at CARiD, we have tons of great automotive parts and accessories for just about every Mercury vehicle. We handle a huge volume of sales, which allows us to offer the best prices in the industry. On this page you will find our wide selection of Mercury fenders, including OEM-style fenders and standard replacement fenders. If you’re looking for something different, all you need to do is use the search bar near the top of the page to find what you’re looking for! Plus, our dedicated support team is always here to help, should you have any questions or concerns.

    No matter whether you're replacing an accident damaged fender on a late model driver, or a rusted out fender on a vintage classic, you've come to the right place for the best replacement fenders. But don't just take our word for it. We know these decisions can be hard to make, so we've collected reviews from our customers so you can have the benefit of their experience. Read over 1 fender reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the fender that is perfect for your needs.



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    Customer Reviews
    5(5)
    1986 Jeep CJ
    Posted by

    "Flares were well packaged, everything included, great directions for simple installation (and reading the instructions on these is well worth the time)."

    5(5)
    2000 Jeep Wrangler
    Posted by

    "Heavy duty thick material, not a cheap plastic design as I have seen from other manufacturers. These should hold up well in the future and down the road. Thanks CARID."

    5(5)
    1986 Jeep CJ
    Posted by

    "I had to purchase new flares because I hit a deer, and the originals were damaged. They cover my Wildcat AT tires really well! They work great too. All in all, they're built well, but they fade a little (second Buffalo winter), and cane get scratched by brush on the trail."

    5(5)
    1986 Jeep CJ
    Posted by

    "Fit was great and covered my 33x12.50's perfectly. I recommend buying the hardware kit. I did not and spent some time at the part store looking for the right bolt, fender washer, and fasteners to replace the rusted factory hardware."

    5(5)
    1998 Jeep Wrangler
    Posted by

    "These flares look great and cover my 35" x 12.5" tires just perfectly. I did have to trim the small lower front flares. I just used some metal shears and trimmed to fit. If you don't do that, the small flares will push on the middle of the fender flare, because the small flare is factory size (not 7") and is too long to fit right. For a pretty simple modification, I decided it wasn't worth knocking the review down to 4 stars."