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Anyone know what brand of fender flares these are?

I found this photo searching on Google but haven't had any luck figuring out how to get some. They look like Bushwhackers but there's a kickout at the bottom which tells me they're not.FB_IMG_1515332859058.jpg

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Anyone know what brand of fender flares these are?

Bushwhacker, pretty sure.

Edit, nm, I read the rest of your post

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Not sure who makes them, but you can find them on eBay https://www.ebay.com/itm/For-2014-20...taAoHE&vxp=mtr

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Not sure who makes them, but you can find them on eBay https://www.ebay.com/itm/For-2014-20...taAoHE&vxp=mtr
Thanks, I wonder if anyone has problems getting them paint matched. I'll do some more searching to see if I can find some detailed reviews.

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I purchased them from Ikon motor sports, found them on amazon and looked up the online store. They are out of California. However, the picture didnít show the extra coverage. I have yet to install bc they are pretty wide, I mounted them up and they fully cover a 0 offset with 13 inch tires. Not sure if thatís the look I want.
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I purchased them from Ikon motor sports, found them on amazon and looked up the online store. They are out of California. However, the picture didnít show the extra coverage. I have yet to install bc they are pretty wide, I mounted them up and they fully cover a 0 offset with 13 inch tires. Not sure if thatís the look I want.
I have +20 on mine so that would definitely worry me. I would probably skip flares all together but I'm about to add a spindle lift and spacers in the rear which will push everything out another inch and I'm determined to find exactly what I want. I would prefer the tire stick out about a half inch.

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troysbama, those are definitely Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares. They come in an OEM matte black finish ready to accept custom paint.


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troysbama, those are definitely Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares. They come in an OEM matte black finish ready to accept custom paint.
Thanks for the response. If you look closely at the pic you can see there's a section that flares out in the back of each piece which I believe Bushwacker doesn't have. I may hate it if I saw it in person but I like the look in that pic. I did order what I think matches the pic from K2Motor on Ebay. They're only $130 non-painted so I figured it was worth the risk of seeing how they fit. If I end up not liking them then I'll go the Bushwacker route on the 2nd try. I'll post back my thoughts once I receive them.
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How are these attached to the fenders?
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How are these attached to the fenders?
Same as every one I've seen. They use factory holes inside the fender well. I installed one side today to make sure they fit and now I'll remove and get them into a shop to be painted.

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Got them mounted today, 18x9 0 offset
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