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Old June 1st, 2003, 08:29 PM   #1
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molding fender flares?

Wondering if anyone here has has molded fender flares done and how much set you back? I am going to try to get some clean ones that are moderate size since i am going to get some wide 20's on there soon. Thanks guys
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i got the GD2K flares, and my shop only charged me an extra $200 to do mines along w/my kit. But i think theres less work involved w/the GD2K flares, since they're already cut to shape for each individual car.

But its eaasier for u coupe guys to do flares on the rear, because u can cut out the stock fender underneath, and be able to tuck wider rims, as where the sedan guys, can't do so
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wow for mold and paint? dont they have to repaint the whole side?
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ye they had to repaint a part of the car, but since he was so generous lol, he j/repainted the whole car 4 me, free of charge.
(since i already had him repainting my hood/fender the 4 piece kit, and then the flares.
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awsome, well i guess the best way to tell is to go around to the shops...
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ye definatley..

one thing to look out for tho (im sure u already kno diz, but j/sayin so anyways)

i hate when shops do this, they give u one price, but once the work progresses, they come up w/this problem n dat problem, n they j/keep bringing up the price...
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Originally posted by iLLeGaLaKKoRD on June 1st, 2003 at 08:02 PM

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i hate when shops do this, they give u one price, but once the work progresses, they come up w/this problem n dat problem, n they j/keep bringing up the price...

I completely understand
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What are GD2K fender flares made out of ? How did you install them?

I'm trying to put some flares on my TL. Thanks.
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GD2k flares are made of fiberglass.
Wat my shop did was first bolt them on, and the fiberglass over the bolt, and smooth it out.
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Got a link to where they sell them? I think I want some metal flares.
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Old June 2nd, 2003, 12:46 PM   #12
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I am looking to do some large clean sweeping fenders like this to make these 20's look clean...
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hmm... where u getting ur flares from ghettogreen?
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not sure yet.....
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try this place:

http://estore.teamprototype.com/esto...id=2&scat_id=2
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You're probably going to need to do alot of work to those flares so they look like they flow evenly with the rest of the kit....And that's when it gets time consuming and pricey...Good luck...
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