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- Release your rig's true attitude with a forceful set of EGR Fender Flares
- Custom made to blend in with your truck or SUV's factory lines and contours
- Your EGR Fender Flares widen the rim of your wheel wells for distinct style
- Deliver added protection against kicked-up filth and road rubble
- Your EGR Fender Flares are crafted from heavy-duty acrylic with a powerful UV-resistant layer
- Your Fender Flares come in a flat black finish that's paintable
- Pick your poison—EGR Fender Flares are available as a front set, rear set or a complete 4-wheel package
- EGR covers your Fender Flares with a Lifetime Warranty
Stand out from the pack of uniform pickups and SUVs on the road-literally. With a menacing set of EGR Fender Flares on your rig, you get beefier wheel wells and more aggressive style. Beyond bold looks, you also get an extra defense against road sludge and debris.
Poorly designed body components stick out like sore thumbs, but not EGR's. These Fender Flares are custom sculpted to flow with the contours and lines on your particular year, make and model. They come in a flat black finish, and you can paint them to match or accentuate your vehicle.
Rugged only begins to describe the durability of your Fender Flares. They're built from impact-resistant acrylic with an extra UV-blocking layer.
Even better, you don't need to drill or cut your vehicle to install your Fender Flares. Some automotive-grade adhesive is all it takes for a solid mount. Choose between a front set, rear set or the 4-wheel works. Backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
EGR Rugged-Style Fender Flares Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Mike M (PAULDEN, AZ) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Sep 07, 2016 10:04 AM
The part of the instructions dealing with applying the rubber bead that goes between the flare and the car body suck. It really needs to show a section of how the rubber bead should be aligned on the flare before pulling out the facing tape. I screwed up the placement of the bead on the first one I did, and it does not lay flat against the car body. I would need a new bead, and to completely remove the flare from the vehicle to fix it...
Reviewed by Lauri T (Bullhead City, AZ) — Sep 04, 2016 8:35 AM
Only reason the installation got 4 stars is that someone else installed them for me so I really can't answer the question... These painted up nicely and look great on my GMC Sierra.
Reviewed by Kellen F (LIVERMORE, CO) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tundra — Aug 23, 2016 10:03 AM
Purchased to replace/cover dented chrome trim strips around the wheel wells. Much improved look for a 10 year old pickup. Good fit all around. Front flares do not include covering the molded bumper, so I plan to either trim the existing chrome strip (below the flare) or leave that painted (no trim). Pre-drilled holes? none that matched any of the existing factory holes, so will use the included/optional self-tapping screws. Annoying.
Reviewed by virginia c (CARMEL, NY) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra — Jul 12, 2016 2:50 PM
Used these on my GMC work truck to improve appearance after 5 years of wear and tear. Really look great and a lot cheaper than a paint job.
Reviewed by Lionel N (Cedar Falls, IA) — Jun 28, 2016 5:10 AM
The cutout for the driver side is not necessary. I put it on anyway and several people told me it is wrong. Apparently I was mis-understood on the phone.
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