Reviewed By Stephen H (Erie, PA) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-250 —2/6/2013 7:18 AM
Flares look great and installed easily. Mounting holes all lined up. The most difficult part was putting the gasket on the flare to protect the truck body.
Reviewed By Bill R (Thomaston, ME) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-250 —4/8/2012 10:20 AM
In January, I noticed some small rust patches over the rear wheels on my 2004 F-250 truck, caused by road salt. Repair estimates were over $900 to repair and paint. Decided to simply grind off the rust, prime, and then simply cover damaged area with Prestige EX Wide Fender Flares. Job took only 3 hours, and the truck looks like new. Total cost $325. Only two problems with this rust solution. First, had to remove factory mud guards and can't re-install due to fender flares. Need to find mud guards that will fit. Second, now flares are gloss black and will now require I wash and wax the truck to match. You might want to consider a flat mat finish if you decide not to paint the flares. All in all, an excellent product. Fit the truck like a glove and all necessary hardware was included.