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Wanted 2nd gen eddie bauer fender flare set

Discussion in 'Parts and Vehicles Wanted' started by HSlough, March 7, 2018.

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    1. HSlough

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      I'm wanting to put these on a first gen and I'm having hard time finding a good set
       
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      There are a few kinds, the 95-98's are smooth rounded, the 99-01's are different, have a sharp protruding outer edge, and closer to base models have a couple of variations. I liked the 95-98 better than the 99-01's, but my 99 came with them.

      If you want to add the large type, you should browse through my 99/93 build link(signature), and find the pictures I have. It shows the many many holes you have to drill in the fenders, rockers, quarter panels, and rear doors etc.
       
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      Thanks for the info I'm just wanting to put the flare over the fenders on the front the doors in that back corner I don't want anything down the sides and like I said I'm having a really hard time finding it and I'm going to check out your signature now
       
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      and I and I do want the 95 to 98 I think they're much better looking on the 1st Gen
       
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      okay how do I okay how do I get to the link so I can look at it LOL
       
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      The full flares that the 99-01's have fit together with the running boards, and the rear fender section, and door. I think you'll want either the 95-98 which doesn't need the running board etc, or the simple smaller flare that came on a lot of Sports.

      I got one of the front pair from a 98 Sport, to go on my 98(my wheels will stick out a little(1/2") more than before). Those attach with simply screws into the fender, no big holes drilled like the bigger flares require. They do have a very small trim that goes down to the rocker, but that can be made to loo good I think. Hunt pictures on here of 2nd gen Sports(2dr), some 4dr had them I think(I've seen a couple here). Once you know what you are hunting, you'll find them soon I think.
       
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      Cool deal! I found a pic of one of the members on hear that has it done and it looks awesome! If I could get photobucket to work I'd post a pic of the truck I'm talking about.[​IMG][/URL][/IMG] the users name is 01MOMOGTI [​IMG]
       
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      Well done, time well spent for you to find the ones you want. Blacklist photobucket, go to another host that doesn't cost everyone money.
       
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      What would you suggest?
       
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      I haven't made my change yet, but others have suggested Cubeupload. I haven't tried it yet, just read good things about it;
      cubeupload - zero compression image sharing
       
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      [​IMG] trying that now
       
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      [​IMG] I finally figured it out dang. This is what I'm shooting for with mine. Love this thing!
       
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      [​IMG] This is mine as it stands now. I want to run 33 12.50s and a 5 inch lift with c&t beams and soa in the back. I'm trying to figure out what will yield the best ride.
       
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      I like that a lot, but those are the big 95-98 which do have a bunch of holes drilled into the fender, rear door, and quarter panel. I have pictures in my thread showing the holes in the rear sections. I bought 99-01 fenders which already had the front fender holes.

      I learned from that the 95-98 fenders have the holes located differently for the different flares. That doesn't affect you and the 91-94 fenders. The best way to mark the holes is to make a template from an existing fender, rear door, and quarter panel. If you want those fender flares, I'd hunt one in a JY to make templates from.
       
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