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EGR Fender Flares & Trim

EGR Fender Flares

When the view out your windshield shows your nothing but rocky roads and muddy trails, let your response be four-wheel drive and EGR fender flares. Designed as much to make a visual impact with their sleek lines and custom fit as they are for reducing the impact of the road on your truck or Jeep, EGR accessories have been in the aftermarket auto parts scene for more than three decades.
The unmistakable craftsmanship of EGR flares is the result of hours of painstaking work and testing. Each set is generated from 3D CAD designs and vacuum-formed from durable ABS plastic or high-impact acrylic for a precise fit on your SUV, truck or Jeep. Plus, all EGR fender flares meet international quality assurance standards and excel in the most important element of all - the road. So, go on, kick up some rocks. We know you want to. Rust-proof and UV-resistant coating with durable finishes mean those pebbles won’t put a damper on your party - nor will rain, sleet, snow, boggy roads or anything Mother Nature tries to throw your way, for that matter.

The team behind your EGR flares know that good looks aren’t everything, but dang, they sure don’t hurt. Afterall, if you’re going aftermarket, you want to do it in style. The selection of EGR fender flares available at AutoAnything will give you all the options you need to customize your ride just how you want it. We have OEM-style, rugged black, matte finish or the bolt-on painted styles. You can leave the black for a contrasting trim, or you can choose a color that will match your paint job to a T.

EGR fender flares are made for rugged adventures. But before you start rock-crawling or rolling down the highway, you’ll want to make sure you have a good firm fit on your vehicle. Before you make your purchase, you’ll select the make, model and year of your Jeep or truck. Once you receive your custom EGR flares, you’ll want to remove the factory-fitted flares that currently have. Double-check that your new flares line up perfectly with the bumper and the bottom of the fender, then, use the double-sided automotive tape that comes with your flares to hold them in place. You’ll secure each one using the bolt holes from your factory fenders and be ready to hop in the cab and go within 30 minutes.

When you’re ready to roll with a new set of EGR flares, take advantage of free shipping from AutoAnything, our free 60 day return/exchange policy and our 1-year price match guarantee. We want to make sure you feel confident with your new flares and with the price tag. If you find the same set somewhere else, we’ll beat it by a $1 - guaranteed.
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EGR Bolt-On Painted Fender Flares

Double check to make sure the color really is close enough

Oxford White is no where near Platinum White, but that is my fault for not really checking into it. Bummed I paid $300 extra for the color matched set when I should have just gone with black flares and bought the Platinum White spray can kit that I'm now going to have to buy anyways. Other than that the flares look really good and installation was great except for one of the rear flares. I had to take a dremel to 2 of the holes because they were in too far for the clips to grab. View more reviews...
Posted By Robert R (Dixfield, ME) / April 1, 2022
EGR REDI-FIT Bolt On Look Fender Flares

Great fit/look

Look great. It was Nice having the rubber gasket installed on flares. Instructions a little confusing. Says to remove 2 bolts from mud flap but you have to remove all and remove mudflap to install flare. First 2 flares were a pain but the other went to faster. Great add on View more reviews...
Posted By earl r (san antonio, TX) / January 11, 2022
2016 Dodge Ram
EGR OEM-Style Fender Flares

fender flares

the rubber tape for install is very hard to apply a keep are better off leaving the sticky protectice film on and apply the flare to your truck. looks good after that. View more reviews...
Posted By Corky F (Oak Creek, CO) / July 28, 2020
2020 Dodge Ram