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I know fender flares have been beaten to death around here but have a question I haven't found an answer to yet. My tires stick out almost a full 4 inches from the side of the truck and was considering flares. I don't like the pocket flares look and so was considering the extended flares that give an extra 2 1/4 inches of clearance. Does it look bad if my tires stick out past the flares? Advice would be appreciated.
__________________ 2004.5 Dodge 2500 4X4 Auto Silverline 5" Exhaust, Smarty, AFE Stage 2 Intake, HID's, 20x10 Chrome RBP R1'S, 37x13.5x20 Kumho MT's, 5" Pro Comp Lift, and De-badged. 2004 Twin Turbo'd Mustang Cobra Just your average 1000rwhp street car... Want some?
I personally don't like it when the tires stick out past the fenders. The flares will help some, but if the tires are still going out beyond the flares what's the point. That's my opinion, doesn't mean it looks bad just not my style. Now if you put big flares on there with stock sized tires that's just wrong.
93 W250LE club cab, 4x4, getrag, kdp, denny t, 366 spring, piston pump, 5x14's, 4" tbe, 3" intake horn, colt cams big stick, marine pistons, cold air intake, 3.54s, worn out right rear tire
Came out lucky i hate when tires stick out alot, so i didnt put any spacers in them at all. But since they are 37's they tend to be wider than stock so i had no choice. Had them painted and after a year they looked like they had been bird shot with a 12 gauge so i did the rhino line on it all and havent gotten a single chip yet
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