1999 2500 Dodge pickup-xenon wheel flares
I have a 1999 Dodge 2500 longbed pickup. I want to put on some xenon wheel flares but the side moulding at the rear interferes with the installation. I want to keep the moulding but I am uncertain as to trim the flare or the moulding. Also I have been unable to learn as to wether or not the manufacturer is planning to address this problem with regards to their design. It is my understanding that the moulding is hollow and therefore it seems to me that it would look really bad to trim it to make room for the flare. If anyone has any ideas, please let me know....thanks
Re: 1999 2500 Dodge pickup-xenon wheel flares
I own a 94 ram. When i bought it, it had the bushwacker fender flares. I took them off and noticed they had to cut the trim off of each side by a couple of inches. The trim in my truck is not hollow. It looked really nice the way they had the trim cut flush with the flares.
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