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“New School XL” 4cm/1.6″ Fender Flares

$250.00 $200.00

Priced per pair

Adds +1.5 inches (4cm) per side
May be blended in with your fenders or left with open rivets

Hardware:
Comes with rubber gasket and Type 3 installation hardware

NOW ON PRE-SALE THROUGH 5/31. Save 20% on all pre-orders placed now through 5/31. ETA-to-ship 6/6

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Description

New School XL 4cm (1.6″) Fender Flares

Designed primarily for late-model muscle cars like Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger, Chevrolet Camaro, Chrysler 300c but will also work on SUVs and compact pickup trucks.

Sold as a kit with everything you need to complete the installation. Kit includes a pair (qty.2) of flares, rubber gasket and Type 3 installation hardware.

Make sure to read this – you will need to drill and cut your original fender flares and/or quarter panels in order to install these New School XL 4cm fender flares on your car. Our overfenders are installed with rivets and bolts – you will need to drill your stock fenders and/or quarter panels.

You will need to install a lowered suspension and wider wheels to achieve the right stance.

Use a heatgun (or a hair dryer) to heat up the flares and mold them into place to follow factory body lines.

You may also consider these flares in a 7cm or a 10cm version for a staggered setup.

Universal Fitment

These fender flares could be installed on many makes and models with minor customization.

Check the dimensions of these flares and cross-reference with your wheel well opening.

Lightweight

Our flares are made out of lightweight ABS plastics – the finished product does not increase your vehicle’s weight.

High-quality Materials

We use high-quality impact-resistant and lightweight 3mm ABS plastic – same material OE bumpers are made out of.

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