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Need fender flare pics

Discussion in '2001-2005 Explorer Sport Trac' started by 01Rockstar, June 29, 2011.

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  1. 01Rockstar

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    I am looking for pics of black bush wacker fender flares on a white sport trac. I think that that would make my truck look awesome with my black rims and a spacer to make them stick out just a little bit. what you guys think?

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  3. MidnightRebel07

    MidnightRebel07 Elite Explorer

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    Looks great man !!! I'll upload some pictures of some Trac's with Bushwacker fender flares.
     
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    Here ya go... these are pictures of members Trac's from a couple different sites that I saved for future references for mods.

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    All I can say is, definitely paint them if you get them!
     
  6. 01Rockstar

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    I am planning on just leaving them black to match my cladding and im wanting to eventually get black 15s and 33X12.5s
     
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    Well it's a matter of personal taste. It's your truck so whatever makes you happy! :thumbsup: IMO when left black it just looks unfinished/add-on/afterthought/etc, IMO.;) But then, I don't like the gray/black cladding either. I just tolerate mine...........:(
     
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    It might look ok with the black rims and black cladding and bumpers.
     
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    The ONLY thing that matters is how YOU like it Rock. I'm just an old-school purist.
     
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    Twotonesam on the sport trac site might be selling his, he's the one with yhe blue trac pictured above, just a heads up.
     
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    Those fender guards look huge on our sport tracs!! haha I would personally go with something a little bit smaller. Thats just me
     
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    Yeah, you have to have at least 12.5" wide tires and some wheels to offset them out a bit otherwise they look a bit silly. Me, I like slinging mud. The inside of my truck has been so dirty at times it took me hours to clean it.
     
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    Ain't no mud in Miami!!! :D:D:D
     
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    Thats all we have, 30 minutes drive from my home is The Hump, The USA's most southern mudhole. Unfortunately rain season has started so I won't able to go much of anywhere out there until in dries out a bit in the fall, its just too deep for my truck. When the wife and I buy a house I will have a dedicated mud truck.

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    Not Bushwacker but cheap!

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    if you get fender flares, dont get them too big, your rig looks sick as it sits right now
     
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    I just threw up in my mouth a little after some of those pics.
     
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    Maybe cheap but they look just right !!:thumbsup::thumbsup:

    LOL, glad it's not just me!
     
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    Indyhunter, I had a set of those on my '79 Scout II, I seriously miss that truck. Due to the ever so great "Rusty Jones" rustproof guarantee and Pittsburgh's love of road salt it is no longer with us. Wish I wouldve held on to the 345 V8 and 4speed, it would be a beast in my Trac. Oh well.
     
  20. 01Rockstar

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    After today I will be running alot wider tires the 18" rockstats will be gone and some cragar d window 15X10 and a set of 33X12.5s will be on there. And 2" shackles and tt. Rims are 4" backspacing so they should fit.. Hopefully lol
     
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    Those are perfect, I think my buddy Gmanpaint has those and they look great.
     






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