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Old 05-30-2012, 03:56 PM
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fender flareless??? thinking about it

Well getting ready to do the flat fender and some rear corner armor after watching my buddy cave in his rear corner pretty bad, but I'm considering not putting the flares back on...as far as I know that's legal in Indiana but not to sure, gents what's your views
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I find my flares very useful, especially in dealing with mud... They stop a lot of it from flying in my direction...

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If you are worried about it being legal, call the cops and ask them.
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When I originally changed out my flares I took my time putting them back on because I kind of liked the look. I was always at the point that I could have put them on quickly if anyone had issues with it.

I agree, if you have access to a cop, I would ask them. Even if they say it's legal, a cop that wants to can find some excuse to write a ticket, so I wouldn't take it as a guarantee, even if a cop says so.
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Don't know about Indiana but Arizona has some pretty lax automotive laws. Here all you need is something that keeps the mud, etc. from being thrown to vehicles behind you. I think that's probably the most relaxed you'd be able to go (legally).
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