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Old 03-26-2010, 09:52 PM   #2
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$400 shipped lower 48.

Bump for a great deal, these things alone cost around $300 a piece!
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BSP?

I might be interested in the. How does it work with putting fender flares on the 2wds? I think I've seen different answers all over the place. I'm currently searching through TW for info on this.

Do they attach nice and clean or would I have to have bolts showings?
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Old 03-27-2010, 08:41 AM   #5
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I have the same truck without flares. They attach by clips that pop into holes in the fender. But on our truck you would have to drill your own holes in the fender in order for the clips to attach. Someone somewhere suggested to glue them on but I'm not sure of that. I just don't have the time and resources anymore so I'm fizzling out on the project.
I know 400 dollars might seem much but shipping is not going to be cheap. I have to ship in two separate boxes.
The other option is putting it on eBay.
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I'm going to do some more homework on this. I need to see how hard this will be, and quality of the outcome. Does it use bolts + nuts or rivets or what?

edit - and these do fit our wheel wells perfectly? No trimming or anything needed?
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I believe the only differences are long bed and short bed flares are different.
There are clips that secure it to the fender.
Heck if someone has a simple idea on making it work I might keep them and put them on my truck.
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What size bed did these come off of? I've read that there are differences in size.
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