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Fender Flares

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  • Search by part number by typing in the part number in the "Keyword Search" box.
  • Search by product by picking from the vehicle specific or universal fit tabs below.
  • Search by vehicle or engine by selecting your year, make and model below.
  • Search by brand by selecting the brand from the alphabetical list below. offers a wide selection of fender flares by the finest quality manufacturers listed below --
  • Bestop
  • Bushwaker
  • Omix-Ada
  • Rugged Ridge
  • Smittybilt
  • Street Scene
  • Warn

    Production of Fender Flares

    Most fender flares are manufactured out of ABS plastic. There are, however, fiberglass and RIM molded flares available on certain models. They are designed to protect the side of the vehicle from the splashing that is inherent from the tires. This flare protects the paint at the same time that it enhances the look of the vehicle.
    When fender flares are produced, they typically come in a black or gray color. To get the color of the fender flare to match the vehicle painting instructions provided by the manufacturer should be followed. The different materials used to make the flares will have differing adhesion characteristics. This will dictate varying methods of preparation before painting. If you do not paint vehicles on a regular basis, it would be advisable that you have your fender flares painted by a professional.

    Fender Flares in other countries

    In the US market, most fender flares are designed for trucks, Jeeps and large SUVs. A limited number of fender flares are also available for cars. The main aftermarket manufacturers are Bushwacker, Warn, Street Scene, Xenon, JSP, Omix-Ada, Rugged Ridge, Bestop and Smittybilt.
    If you came to our site looking for fender flairs, you are at the right place. Although most companies use the term fender flares, there is a group who feel that flares are not functional and should be called fender flairs. The argument could be made that fender flares do not flare (as in bright light) at all. In Europe, the term fender flare is not as common. Over there, you will find them referred to as wheel arch extensions. I don't care what you call them, we got 'em!
    Our most popular fender flares are truck fender flares. We also have people looking for the pocket style fender flares. This type of fender flare has an indentation where the mouting screws are located. They are very popular on Jeeps and trucks. Many people are also looking for replacement fender flares when their OEM flares are damaged. a number of our manufacturers offer exact replicas of the factory flares that you can use in this situation.

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