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Old 05-08-2018, 07:45 PM
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Rear flat fenders,4 "or 6"

Rear flat fenders,33x12.5x15 tire,will a 6in look funny? Ive got P.S. flats in the front,there about a 4in.

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Rear flat fenders,33x12.5x15 tire,will a 6in look funny? Ive got P.S. flats in the front,there about a 4in.
I've got the same size tires. Running 6" front n back. Thinkin about puttin on tube fenders though.

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I threw a set of Xenon 4" flat flares on the rear of mine. I have MCE 3" flat front fenders.
I had the same concern as you about the 4" vs 6". I concluded the 6" would look goofy with the narrower front fenders, so I got the 4".
It looks better, but I still have about 3" of my 12.5" wide tires exposed on a 4" backspaced wheel.
Luckily in my area, the LEO's are busy fighting crime and not playing fender police.





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Thanks for the pics.I went wheeling with a guy that has 6in.I didn't like them. I'm going to go with the 4in Xenon ones.Hopefully they will hold up well
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I had 6" flares for a very short period of time 20 years ago, they were too wide and looked funny in my opinion.
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I had 6" flares for a very short period of time 20 years ago, they were too wide and looked funny in my opinion.
That's what I'm thinking.

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