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Old 03-30-2018, 01:52 PM
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looking for factory fender flares

I know this should go in the wtb section, but nobody looks the when throwing stuff out. Im looking for a standard set of factory flares, the black vinyl trim parts. Mine were red from the factory, I painted them black but didnt prep well and now they are cracking showing red.

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Crown makes a set. They are less than $100 for the entire set. Look on eBay.

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you already have factory flares (with two colors of paint on them)..have them soda blasted and you'll have black factory flares
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PM me. I have a set that you can have for the cost of shipping. They're a bit worn, but the price is right.
Cracked suggests soda blasting. That might be cheaper than shipping from 80107 to your Zip in Virginia.

Rustolium sells a paint that has primer already in it and they state on the can that it sticks to plastic. Most big box lumber yards sell it.

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could you use aircraft stripper and remove the red paint?

never used aircraft stripper on plastic before but if you are going to replace them anyways you have nothing to loose.
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Is that crown set factory soft rubbery or the hard plastic material?
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Is that crown set factory soft rubbery or the hard plastic material?
They are hard plastic. Exactly like what comes from the factory
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Been my experience that factory flairs are flexible, many aftermarket ones I have seen are stiff and brittle.
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