Not sure which 2004 Dodge Ram Street-Style Fender Flares are right for you? We have over 452 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I've had bushwacker street flares on my last 4 trucks.The 2004 street flares will not fit the hemi sport 4x4 because of the lower ground effects.You have to cut the bottom of the front flares and remove 5.7 hemi decal.Rear flares have to be cut on both ends. A litte work but they sure look good once they are painted and installed." —Paul T from Glen Allen, VA bought a Bushwacker Fender Flares - Street for a 2004 Dodge Ram.
"excellent product, good looks ,good price , very happy with the way they make my truck look." —Cory W from Shelton, WA bought a Bushwacker Fender Flares - Original Equipment for a 2004 Dodge Ram.
"have a little bit of rust around the one wheel well. estimate to repair was rediculious. fender flare covers until i can trade in vehicle." —Frederick V from Feura Bush, NY bought a Lund Elite Series SX-Sport Style Fender Flares for a 2004 Dodge Ram, 1500.
"flares came quick, and were very easy to install,only concern was clips should be switched to screws would buy again, thanks jerry k" —Gerald K from Gill, MA bought a Bushwacker Fender Flares - Street for a 2004 Dodge Ram, 1500.
"I love the factory installed look of the Bushwacker flares, & love that they are MADE IN U.S.A. !!!" —Brian C from Point Marion, PA bought a Bushwacker Fender Flares - Original Equipment for a 2004 Dodge Ram, 2500.
"Had rust starting on my 2004 Dodge truck. These covered it up and made the truck look like new again. Easy to install. perfect fit." —Donald D S from Hudson, WI bought a Bushwacker Fender Flares - Original Equipment for a 2004 Dodge Ram, 1500.
"I was happy to see the first fender flare took about 20 minutes to install and the remaining three about 5 minutes each. Once I had the process figured out, the most time was spent removing and replacing the wheels.
One should be aware that for Dodge Cummins owners, the logos on the front fenders will have to be removed, so buy some double-back tape before you start and you can remove them with a razor and replace them in a different location. I put mine under the "3500" logo." —Daniel D from Colfax, CA bought a Bushwacker Fender Flares - Original Equipment for a 2004 Dodge Ram.
"I love the way they look on the truck. I have a 2004 Dodge Longbed. The front flares were a perfect fit. The back flares fit, but I had to drill a hole 1/4 of an inch below the predrilled holes on the back side of the rear flares to make the 'grove' fit the body lines. Once I did that, they fit great." —Dondi W from Roanoke, TX bought a Bushwacker Fender Flares - Street for a 2004 Dodge Ram.
"The fender flares are a good looking addition to my truck. Heads turn to look at my truck quite often and a lot of people ask where I got them. They seem to be durable and fit well. The direction could definitely use some work, but once you figure out what they are talking about, it is pretty easy. they fit really tight and it did require two people to hold and attach. And as others have said, it does take like 2 months to get them. Over all, I would definitely recommend them, they look awesome." —Ted L from Springfield, OR bought a Stampede Camo Fender Flares for a 2004 Dodge Ram, 2500, long bed (approx. 8 ft.).