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Rotazuk

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Post Tue Jan 08, 2013 7:35 am

Guard chop flares

Hi
I have a 413 flat deck cab that I have to do a guard chop on due to rust . I am after some ideas on what people have do for flares after a chop . Not looking at the std rubber add ons ( or garden edging ) , more a flare off something thats a good fit after the cut etc . Years ago read a post about a jeep flare etc . Not to worried about ripping it off , its not going to be a bush basher , just a tourier etc .

Cheers
Chris
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zukmeista

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Post Tue Jan 08, 2013 7:58 pm

Re: Guard chop flares

Grow some balls.

That is all.
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BlueSuzy

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Post Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:12 pm

Re: Guard chop flares

Buy your flares first, then cut and tub to suit?

Jeep flares
Bushwacker flares come in 2 widths http://www.lowrangeoffroad.com, 4 rears look better, might be too big for what tyre your running
Defender flares

These are the widest bushwackers Image
I am Tim
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tjm_tj

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Post Sun Jan 13, 2013 4:49 pm

Re: Guard chop flares

Omix and warn make a few different widths in tj flares
the warn ones are super durable too
back in a zook....
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Gutless

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Post Sun Jun 23, 2013 9:08 pm

Re: Guard chop flares

Steer clear of the bushwackers. They are super brittle, and smash very easily.

I've heard good things about the warn flares too.
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4xforty

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Post Thu Jun 01, 2017 12:40 pm

Re: Guard chop flares

Gutless wrote:Steer clear of the bushwackers. They are super brittle, and smash very easily.

I've heard good things about the warn flares too.


How true is this? I've been looking at Bushwacker flares and even plan to buy. But if the quality is questionable, I might look for other flares.

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