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I was looking at the Bushwacker cut-out fender flares for my 1995 Chevy pickup. How well do they follow the body lines? Do they look like the standard flares just a little bigger opening? How do they look on the 87-98 body style?



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Re: bushwacker cut out fender flares

i think they are a little bit bigger unless they say OEM in the advertisement

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They call them cut-outs because you have to cut-out metal. Opens it up a few inches so you take out that much metal. They look awesome on any truck I think, but won't take a beating without breaking. Mine are chewed up from hitting the tires more than once when I had the 44's on my Burb. I love the looks though so they are worth it to me. They will definately give you more stuffing room for those bigger tires.

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Re: bushwacker cut out fender flares

I know that metal is supposed to be cut out I just wanted to know if they just looked like somthing that is there to cover something up or if they look like the regular flares that follow the bodylines and look good.



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Re: bushwacker cut out fender flares

If you wany the stock look I would go with Xenon's new 3" flare's. The look awsome on the 88-98/99/00 Chevy/GM trucks. I have atached a pic for you off of Xenon's site.

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Re: bushwacker cut out fender flares

Are these Xenon's cut-out flares? If not I will probably just go with a little tire rub if any and use them since they are so nice.



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