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Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares Part #31922-02 Customer Reviews
12 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by DENNIS B (Corpus Christi, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser — Nov 16, 2017 8:42 AM
Instructions need changing for newer models. Toyota used more clips then bolts in fender wells on OEM flares. Bushwacker isn't drilled completely to meet this. Contrary to some videos this is Not a one person installation. Use alcohol wipes to clean flares Before trying to attach the rubber trim. It really helps them stick on. Once on they look like You would expect. Covers up a lot of paint.
Reviewed by Cortez S (Louisville, KY) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser — Mar 20, 2017 4:22 PM
I purchased these after seeing videos on YouTube. I was looking for s specific look and fitment with my nito edge grappler tires and method wheels. I must say that the entire purchase and install worked out beautifully. I was able to get the exact look I wanted with these flares. They look absolutely fantastic on the FJ, not to mention the fact that I had them line-x'd to take it to the next level. Great purchase, and great company to deal with.
Reviewed by Tarek K (Springfield Gardens, NY) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser — Mar 28, 2012 2:13 AM
Overall i love it, the one draw back is that it doesn't fit the front wheels archs if you have the toyota brush guards, i had to remove the brush guard. Also if you have the stock runners it will be a diffecult installation. I'm not a handy man and this was my first ever project, it took me 4 hours. I do recommend it.
Reviewed by Fernando M (Katy, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser — Feb 07, 2012 8:19 PM
They really look awesome if you have big wheels. After I did the instalation, I replace my tires because didn't like how they look . Now I have 35 inch wheels and it look perfect. Instalation was a bit hard took me like 3 hours .
Reviewed by Rolando V (Raleigh, NC) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser — Apr 12, 2011 8:13 AM
Installation took a while longer than I thought with two people and parts of the instructions were vague. There were two pieces that fit on the inside front flares to cover a hole once the new flare is attached. There should be a right and a left however, I was sent two lefts and had to fabricate a right one out of the old fender. Something I would have liked to see would be the bolts at the top of the flares actually bolting into the body instead of just being there for decoration. I think it would make them much sturdier and the holes wouldnt be an issue since you cant reinstall the old flares anyway. Lastly, I feel they are overpriced for being just pieces of fancy plastic, but theres a market for them and no one else makes them so I guess the price is justified. Overall, despite my aforementioned comments and having some room for improvements, I think they look great and really add a whole new dimension to my truck. I would absolutely recommend them to anyone.
Ships Between 12/18 - 12/20
- What Do You Drive?
- Color:Smooth Black
- Part #:31922-02
- 1.5" Front Fender Flare Coverage, 1.5" 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: Moderate
- Installation Instructions (PDF)
- Vehicle cutting required
- Vehicle drilling required
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