Bushwacker pocket fender flares offer additional tire coverage and protection without looking cheap or flimsy. In fact, these fender flares have an extremely rugged bolted-on look. These fender flares are made from a unique poly material that is resists cracking, chipping or fading. The flares are also paintable should you decide that you want to have them custom painted.
Bushwacker fender flares are very easy to install right in your own garage. All you need is a little time since they are custom designed to use factory holes and there is no drilling or cutting required to get a perfect fit. Pocket Style fender flares are sold by the pair or as a complete four piece set.
TDOT Performance is an authorized dealer of Bushwacker fender fares in Canada. This means that you will be covered by the full manufacturer's warranty when you buy from us. Our customers enjoy free shipping while paying no customs, duties, or brokerage fees. And best of all, we guarantee the lowest prices in Canada!
Bushwacker brings it with their all-new Pocket Flare for the 2007+ Wrangler Unlimited . The Bushwacker fender flares offer the bold look of deep cut pockets and exposed bolt heads, giving your Wrangler an even tougher appearance.
|09-07-2005, 07:40 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
How to install Bushwacker Fender Flares??
I recently bought some used Bushwacker fender flares for my 2nd gen and need to install them. They didn't come with any hardware .
Can somebody tell me if you are supposed to drill a hole, then install a plastic insert into the sheet metal and then attach the flare with a screw into the plastic insert (no metal to metal contact) like the way the original chrome fender trim pieces were attached, or do you just drill the lip of the fender and then use pan head screws to attach the flare directly to the sheet metal?
I'm planning on using #12 stainless steel pan head screws and bonded sealing washers from Fastenal. I have rust starting to develop in the wheel arches and I dont want the screw holes to rust out in a year or two. Any suggestions?