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Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares Part #10917-07 Customer Reviews
15 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Harold K (WINCHESTER, VA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Corolla — Jan 21, 2013 8:50 AM
RECEIVED MY FLARES IN EXCELLENT CONDITION,FAST SHIPPING AND AUTOANYTHING WAS EXTREMELY HELPFUL. THE ONLY COMPLAINT I HAVE ABOUT MY PURCHASE IS THAT FOR THE COST OF THESE FLARES BUSHWACKER SHOULD INCLUDE 6 SCREWS,NUTS AND WASHERS FOR THE UNEXPECTED SUCH AS RUSTED SCREWS AND INSERTS IN FENDER WHERE SCREWS THAT WERE INTENDED TO BE INSTALLED WITHOUT NUTS WAS NO LONGER POSSIBLE. THE CUSTOMER SHOULD NOT HAVE TO RUN AROUND LOOKING FOR WAYS TO MAKE THE HARDWARE WORK.COST ME HOURS EXTRA.
Reviewed by David F (Covington, VA) — Nov 29, 2012 7:27 AM
I purchased these flares for my 2003 Jeep Wrangler. They look awesome! Installation of the new flares was pretty straight forward. Removal of the factory flares was somewhat difficult, but was totally worth it! Plan on the better part of a full day for removal/installation, take your time, follow the easy instructions, and you won't be disappointed.
Reviewed by Timothy B (Crofton, MD) Reviewed for a 2002 Jeep Wrangler — Apr 18, 2012 4:25 PM
I initially bought another brand of flares because I didn't want to shell out over $400 on these. The cheaper ones arrived cracked and were promptly exchanged (thanks AutoAnything!!) for the Bushwacker flares. Yes, they cost almost twice as much as others, but there is really no comparison in quality, fitment, or finish. They line up perfectly, not so much as a hiccup during the installation. Only one con....for the price of these, they could at least include a couple extra pieces of hardware and enough rubber strip to complete a fender in case you mess something up. I counted and measured everything out before I started because I didn't think there was enough. There was literally nothing but two inches of rubber moulding left when I was done. Every nut, bolt and washer was gone! Highly recommended and excellent product, just dont mess up on the rubber strip or lose a piece of hardware.
Reviewed by JAY M (THREE FORKS, MT) Reviewed for a 1997 Toyota Tacoma — Jan 31, 2012 1:48 PM
Made of heavy duty material. Much better then the other fender flare on the market made with ABS plastic. Applying the tape was the hard part and getting it to stay in place. This is where my wife came in very handy. Took most of one afternoon to put on. I felt they are worth the time, looks great on my jeep.
Reviewed by Steven T (Aurora, CO) Reviewed for a 2006 Jeep Wrangler — Apr 14, 2011 8:35 PM
Installation was easy with an extra pair of hands. Start with the front flares. No trouble with the fit. The back wheel wells have a poly liner. It's pliable, but it takes some work to deform it enough to remove and then replace the screws. A second person will help move things along. I think the 4 3/4 flares are just the right size for the 10.5 tires. I appreciate the advise from AutoAnything.
Reviewed by Michael L (Jasper, GA) Reviewed for a 2005 Jeep Wrangler — Nov 22, 2009 7:22 PM
Replaced stock fenders after several years up north. Easy to do, look great and allowed addition of larger tires (32X11.5X15).
Reviewed by Todd D (Solon, ME) Reviewed for a 1999 Jeep Wrangler — Jul 29, 2009 4:36 AM
New flares went on pretty good, the old flares came off very hard. The screws were rusty and 4 of the threaded inserts into the body that you cannot get to the back side spun. Had to pull the insert out and then weld it back into place. They look awesome, especially compared to the nasty gray ones that came off.
Ships Between 4/23 - 4/25
- What Do You Drive?
- Color:Matte Black
- Part #:10917-07
- 4.75" Front Fender Flare Coverage, 4.75" Rear Fender Flare Coverage
- Fender flare coverage is the distance your Pocket Style Fender Flares extend from the top center of the wheel well out
- Installation difficulty level: Easy
- Installation Instructions (PDF)
- Vehicle cutting not required
- Vehicle drilling not required