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Old 07-19-2012, 06:08 PM   #1
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xenon vs bushwacker

Which do you like more? Xenon flat style flares, or bushwacker flat style flares? Which is better with respect to practicality and quality? And most importantly, which ones look most bad-ass (aggressive look)?
I need new flares and like flat/tube style. I need to have the side blinkers though as its a daily and I live in Cali... I'm having trouble deciding between the two

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I also would like to get a answer to that, getting flatties soon also

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Old 07-30-2012, 10:12 PM   #3
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Which do you like more? Xenon flat style flares, or bushwacker flat style flares? Which is better with respect to practicality and quality? And most importantly, which ones look most bad-ass (aggressive look)?
I need new flares and like flat/tube style. I need to have the side blinkers though as its a daily and I live in Cali... I'm having trouble deciding between the two
Xenon is flat. Bushwhacked has molded looking tubes. Xenon is what I had and I like the way they look.
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If you wheel, I doubt the bushwhackers would last very long.
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Old 07-31-2012, 11:50 AM   #5
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bushwackers are nice but they do fall off easily


Good thing is they just popped off with no real damage, and should just pop back on. I've been lazy the past week so I haven't gotten to fixing them yet
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