What New Model of Fender Flares Do You Want?

Jungle Fender Flares is a growing company and we offer products for a limited number of truck models. So when we consider developing a new model, we want to make sure it’s what people want. We generally try to stay away from really common models that many fender flare manufacturers are already selling.

, What new model of fender flares do you want?

In the interest of creating new models in the future, we always like to hear what people are looking for in fender flares. Please reply below this post with as much as the following information as you can give us.

Fender Flare Criteria

  • How much tire coverage are you looking for? (how much they stick out from the fender)
  • How much fender would you like to cover, height? (applicable for styling but also for hiding rust)
  • What style of fender flares are you looking for, street, offroad, cut-out, pocket style etc?
  • Do you prefer pocket style flares with the fake or real screw heads on the face of the flares, or regular smooth style where the screws are hidden in the wheel well?
  • Do you think that the extra expense of pocket style fender flares is good value and would you be willing to pay more money for this more rugged look?
  • If other companies already offer this model, please tell us why you are not interested in that product? Are they simply too expensive, big, small, ugly or do the products lack quality or customer service?
  • Lastly and most importantly, what model and year truck do you need them to fit?

This information can help us later in developing a new model of Jungle Fender Flares that are exactly what you need. Thank you for your interest in Jungle Fender Flares. We look forward to seeing your responses.

, What new model of fender flares do you want?
Fender Flares

New Model Updates

-March 20, 2011: Fender Flares for the 2005-2011 Toyota Tacoma will be the next to be produced. Are Now Available!  Thank you for all your feedback and ideas!

-August, 2011:  Fender Flares for the 2005+ Toyota Tacoma are in stock!

-January 2012: Big Pocket Style Wheel Arches for 2005+ Toyota Hilux’ are now available!

-January 2012: Big Regular Style Fender Flares for 2005-2011 Toyota Hilux’ are ready!

-December 2015: Pocket Style Jungle Flares for the all new 2016 Hilux Revo are here!

-January 2016: ZR2 Fender Flare for the 1995-2005 generation Chev Blazer & GMC Jimmy are in stock!

-February 2017: 4 Door and 2 Door Chev Blazer & GMC Jimmy (non-ZR2) Fender Flares are ready!

-November 2018: ZR2 Chevy S10 & GMC Sonoma Pick Up Fender Flares came out!

Please keep the requests coming! Scroll waaaaaay down below other comments to place your request.


  1. Soo as you see from all the comments nissan frontier second gen flares would be awesome. 2.5-3 inches out would cover enough for titan swap. I like the style artic trucks made in the uk back in the day. Little more squared off tapers down the back. Would love the hood with some more character to. 05-2020 were all almost identical. Should install across the whole platform.
    The r50 pathfinder would be awesome too!! Rounded off on those though.

    • Interesting fender flare request for the Cherokee KL! So you know of many people wheeling these trucks? We’ll have to look into it. Thank you Travis!

  2. The 1st gen Xterras (2000-2004) need something as well, a lot of people are resorting to garden edging just to be in compliance with laws.

  3. I would love to see decent fender flares for the 2nd generation X Terra, everything else is garbage

  4. I would love to see decent fender flares for the 2nd generation X Terra, everything else is garbage

  5. We need Titan Swap flares that match the preexisting body lines. For the love of god, keep it clean. We dont need another set of bushwackers.

  6. Fenders flares for Nissan Frontier’s and Nissan Xterra’s with Titan Swap will be a best seller for you guys! Research a little bit and give it a try! You won’t regret…

  7. 2nd gen Frontier! I want to see a 2.5″-3” flare for use on titan-swapped frontiers (Tswap pushes wheels out 3”), that tapers down towards the body near the bumper line that gets cut during an install of a aftermarket bumper, and one that tapers down at the rear as well for a high clearance bumper. Something that can somewhat be blended into the extra inch that the aftermarket bumper protrudes. I also want one that doesn’t have fake bolts on them as I personally think they look silly, so smooth style. Cant justify going to prerunner style fenders and bedsides living in the northeast, and hate the look of the bushwacker pocket style with the fake bolts.

  8. I would love to see something come to the market for the 2005 – 2015 Nissan Xterra community. Currently limited to generic flares that don’t quite meet requirements in most municipalities.


  9. Would be awesome to see some nice fender flares for the second generation Nissan Frontier with a Titan Swap suspension. They did not change the body style very much from 2005-2020 so it shouldn’t be too difficult to make a universal flare that might require some modification dependent on the year/country of the build.

    It would be nice to have a full height flare to match the stock fenders on the Frontier, so that it looks like it came from the factory that way.

    Looking for an smooth off-road flare that a tire can tuck into even if some of the stock fender needs to be removed. No pockets style bolts/rivots to keep the look clean.

    One other company offers the style I am referring to but they are in Iceland, are overbuilt and therefore over priced, plus they do not ship.

  10. 2nd generation Nissan Frontier.

    Everyone titan swaps them which means the front wheels stick out 3 inches each side. If you make them look aggressive and not like some f150 boomer mobile you won’t be able to keep them in stock

  11. Echoing other’s Fender Flare suggestions. Need flares for 3rd Generation (2016+) Tacomas. I’m sick of looking at pocket style (bushsmacker) flares with screws/bolts that serve no purpose. Ideally these flares will have mounting options of either using existing mounting holes as on TRD Off-road/Sport or other. I’ll opt for OEM mounting since I own a 2016 Taco TRD Off-Road. Preferably ABS in matte black matching OEM and allowing for a bit more tire coverage say 1.5″ – 1.75″ beyond OEM flares. I’m running 285’s as opposed to stock 265’s so I’ve got some tire poke-out goin’ on that needs to be addressed. Thanks!

    • 3rd Gen Tacoma Fender Flares are a great idea! Thank you for your feedback. Please follow us on Facebook for further updates but please be patient because it looks like it will be about a year before we can progress on another model.

  12. There are no fender flares available for the 4th generation (2003-2009) 4Runners. Lots of posts on 4runner related forums asking if they exist (they do not). I think you’d make a lot of money if you could make these happen.

    • Interesting suggestion! Do you think an inch more coverage than OEM 4Runner flares would do it for most people?

  13. Hi im looking fender flares for toyota 4Runner 3rd generation but the ones look likes 4runner Sr5 style , you can use without mud flaps… Please

  14. 2000-2006 Chevy Silverado.

    Lots of guys are running wide wheels, large negative offset.
    I’m currently using widest available flares I could find, they offer 2.25″ extra coverage (rear), I would suggest 4-4.5″ wide flare coverage, from steel truck body.

    Pocket style or flush, I don’t care.
    I just want to not throw mud everywhere… and im not alone.
    Millions of these trucks have been produced, and there’s tons of aftermarket lift support, so therefore tons of demand for flares.

    Hurry! Or I’ll make my own! 🙂

    Thanks John Wilson

  15. Echoing other’s Fender Flare suggestions. Need flares for 3rd Generation (2016+) Tacomas. I’m sick of looking at pocket style (bushsmacker) flares with screws/bolts that serve no purpose. Ideally these flares will have mounting options of either using existing mounting holes as on TRD Off-road/Sport or other. I’ll opt for OEM mounting since I own a 2016 Taco TRD Off-Road. Preferably ABS in matte black matching OEM and allowing for a bit more tire coverage say 1.5″ – 1.75″ beyond OEM flares. I’m running 285’s as opposed to stock 265’s so I’ve got some tire poke-out goin’ on that needs to be addressed. Thanks!

    • I agree Please bring back 96-2004 ford fender flares for the flareside beds!! You were the only source for these on the entire planet . Im working on building my 1998 f150 with flareside bed just missing those fender flares. Ford lightning owners might have an intrest in widening their flare side body with thesee kits aswell. Please #Flaresidebedlivesmatter

  16. I agree with the comment about the Chevy s10 crew cab flares and would absolutely buy a set if made a reality!

  17. Hi,

    I would like to see Jungle Fender Flares made for the 1995 and up 4-door Chevy S-10 Blazer. I see that you already offer them for the 2-door so the same style for the 4-door model would be great to see. I know many on BlazerForum.com would be interested in purchasing a set. Thanks, hope to see them available soon!

    • Thank you for your request. This is a strong possibility for a future model. But until then, please keep in mind that our Blazer Jimmy flares are fibreglass so would be ideal for modifying to fit the 4 door model. You could cut each rear in two, one part for mounting to the rear door and one part for mounting to the rear quarter. Then you could easily cap the cut off ends with a little more fibreglass to finish them.

  18. Hello,
    There is quite a large market for Toyota tacomas as you have already no doubt realized… But one model has no availability what so ever for flares. That is the 1995.5-2004, 4 door (crew cab model).
    Anything other than stealership flares would be great but personally I would love to see some bolt on pocket style flares, in molded plastic rather than fiber glass… They can take more of a beating.

    • Thank you for your suggestion. We will keep it in mind but I don’t want to keep you waiting so I’ll let you know that I don’t see it happening in the near future. Please do keep in mind that these fibreglass flares are ideal for modifying (and repairing, unlike plastic) so you could just chop the rear flares where they reach the forward end of the bed side. Then you could easily cap the cut off end with some more fibreglass.

  19. I really like the look of your Jungle Fender Flares. I was hoping that you would begin making Flares for the 80 series Toyota Land Cruiser as I own a 1994 and think they would be a great fit. For your consideration.

  20. 2016 Toyota Tacoma – Florida
    4 door Crew Cab v6 SR5 Prerunner:
    Looking for a 3 to 5″ wide flare for this new model as bushwacker and other companies do not have molds or die to have a wider flare for this year. They are only offering 1-3/4″ wide dimensions coming off of the wheel well. Black matte finish or matte textured finish would be optimal!

  21. All Fender Flares Requests previous to our 2016 update (from oldest to newest):

    Blake says: Mar 30, 2010 at 05:33 am
    1 vote for larger fender flares for the 2002+ Dodge Ram, maybe 3 inch tire coverage? Apparently nobody makes really wide flares for this generation Dodge Ram and pocket style or regular would be fine as long as they stick out more than others available such as Bushwackers.

    admin says: Apr 02, 2010 at 05:27 am
    We are considering the tooling for some pocket style Landcruiser FJ80, Hj80 (80 Series) fender flares. They are similar to the stock size buy are pocket style. Are many people interested in Lancruiser wheel arch extensions?

    Neil Robinson says: May 08, 2010 at 10:30 am
    I, and I know others would love to see a set of flares for the s10 crew cab series. There was one brand “skids”, but they are no longer produced. Check over at s-10crewcab.net and look at how many folks are asking for flares. The crew cab rear is different than the stock s-10. The “skids” flares plus a body lift and tb crank will allow you to run 33’s. Please we need these flares!

    admin says: May 18, 2010 at 03:59 am
    Thank you very much for your input about these fender flares that you can not find for your Chev S10 crew cab truck. We will certainly look into the demand for this model and consider setting up tooling. Please feel free to let us know the specifics about your needs especially about how much extra tire coverage you are looking for. Also, what range of years are you looking for them to fit? Would you happen to have a link to any information about the “Skids” brand fender flares? I can’t seem to find anything at all about them. If you know others looking for fender flares, please encourage them to post on here as well. Thanks again!

    Jamie says: May 29, 2010 at 02:46 am
    I would love to see these flares on an 05+ tacoma. There is a slight difference in the bed molding of a double cab short bed vs. the rest. BW offers them, but they do not cover enough tire and have the ugly bolt heads. I think that around 1.5-2″ coverage over the stock flares offer would be good to cover the 285s most run and most of my 315s. There is only one other company making flares for us and they are overpriced and dont provide much coverage. I believe if they turn out great, there would be a demand for these. Also, the thinner they are cupping under the fender the better. Less change of busting them off.

    Admin says: Jun 07, 2010 at 09:42 am
    So how much total “Tire coverage” are you looking for in these Tacoma flares? In other words, how much do you want them to stick from the fender? I know you said about 1.5 – 2 inches past the stock flares but I don’t know how much they stick out. Thanks again for your information!

    Admin says: Jun 15, 2010 at 10:29 am
    Anybody need fender flares for the 1999-2006 Chev or GMC 1500, Sierra, Silverado? We are considering setting these up with around 2 inches of extra tire coverage, menaing that they would stick out about 2 inches from the fender. Let me know what you think about this, and if people are looking for a larger flare, or anything more specific.

    Jamie says: Jul 01, 2010 at 03:08 pm
    I’d say 2″ total would probably be a good size for the 05+ tacoma flares. the stocks are pretty thin.

    Jamie says: Jul 01, 2010 at 03:50 pm
    nix that last comment….2.5″ total would be good. I looked and the bushwacker flares are 1.75″ and dont cover enough

    Anthony Arro says: Aug 09, 2010 at 12:40 pm
    I own an older model Ford F-series pickup truck, 1987 thru 1991. With that said, you can imagine the rust that is exibited around the fender wells, both front & back. I know Bushwacker offers there well known “cut-outs” available for these trucks, however, the price is somewhat rediculous and are a little over kill for a guy like me that wishes to cut out just the the parimeter of the wheel opening, say about an inch, to get rid of the rust and at the same time make room for larger tires. I would be looking for a fender flare system that necessitates the need to trim the wheel wells in a minimal way, yet has at least 3″ to 4″ of flare extending from the truck for WIDER TIRES that may not necessarily be tall. – please make these for me at the prices you offer on eBay and I’ll be you’re first customer. +1

    Brian says: Sep 10, 2010 at 11:36 am
    Wanting fender flares for Toyota Tacoma 2009 DC, Long Bed. Want them 2″ wider than the stock ones.

    admin says: Sep 10, 2010 at 01:10 pm
    Please let us know how many inches of extra coverage you need from the stock fender. Thanks

    Kendall says: Sep 10, 2010 at 01:52 pm
    Another vote for 05+ Tacomas! While the BW flares claim 1.75 more coverage, that is for a truck that does not come with the stock flares. Pre-runner and 4X4 have 1-1.25 flares already so the BW only adds a minimal amount of additional coverage. Some good 3+” flares would sell like hotcakes!

    Matt says: Sep 10, 2010 at 06:41 pm
    I agree with the 05+ Tacoma model. I would like the option of color coded paint options also. As for the flare amount I think the BushWacker modle with the 1.75″ is the best for commercial acceptance. You will sell less of you make the flares too wide, and not everyone wants full tuck with 285’s.

    Danny says: Sep 27, 2010 at 09:48 am
    Another vote for 05+ Tacoma’s! I hope I’m allowed to post this here… I want something very close to this to allow fender trimming and width for 35’s http://arctictrucks.com/Frontpage/Brands/Toyota/Tacoma/AT35 I guess that’d be somewhere around 2.5″ – 3″……

    admin says: Sep 29, 2010 at 05:04 pm
    Yes, it sounds like 2.5 inches coverage from the stock fender will work for most people. We won’t be doing a cut-out fender flare though. The number of models we can make is limited and the direct fit models seem to be more in demand than cut-out. Keep watching for updates in the next few months for these large 2005+ Toyota Tacoma fender flares.

    Kyle says: Oct 13, 2010 at 11:45 pm
    Over here (Australia) we have the Toyota Hilux everyone on the local forum is looking for a wider flare than stock as you guys with your Tacomas 2005+. I too agree a 2.5 inch would be perfect and with no big holes. There are some wide ones available out of Taiwan but they are externally bolted which looks pretty crap. So don’t dilly dally get a move on where all waiting. I agree the arctic trucks look great with the cut out flares but wouldn’t be very practical off road.

    Roland says: Oct 23, 2010 at 11:36 am
    I am in favor of 2.5″ – 3″ flares for the 05-10 Tacoma 4×4 including double cab. Like others I have read in other Toyota forums, there is a demand for 1979-83 ” old school” aggressive look. BW pocket flares look like an after thought. If you make them along the lines of your 95-04 4×4 flares, which have that clean factory look and what a Tacoma 4×4 should look like.

    admin says: Oct 23, 2010 at 12:50 pm
    Thats interesting that you mention the 79-83 Toyota truck fender flares. Do you remember where you saw those in demand? I believe that I may be able to come up with something for that generation. If anyone is interested or can point me in the direction of where the interest is for this model, I may be able to offer a solution. Thanks for all the input guys!

    Brian says: Jan 15, 2011 at 01:38 am
    +1 for 2005+ Toyota Tacoma . admin posts: Keep watching for updates in the next few months for these large 2005+ Toyota Tacoma fender flares. And we keep checking. Hope you let TW know when these are out. Wish I could subscribe somewhere and get notified when we can check them out.

    admin says: Jan 15, 2011 at 02:11 am
    I will definitely be letting TacomaWorld know when we finally get these 2005+ Tacoma fender flares finished. Sorry for the delay but we haven’t had a chance to get too far on them yet!

    Adam says: Jan 23, 2011 at 12:43 pm
    I’m looking for pocket style fender flares for my 99 f-150 stepside , I’ve been told that you guys can make it happen. There is no company out there that makes them , I would even consider using the one on your web site , this is the missing link to my 99 raptor !!!!

    Kimball says: Feb 10, 2011 at 06:06 am
    I have an 81 AMC Eagle SX/4 that I am looking to modify for offroad use. There are many people with AMC Eagles that might be interested in buying flares that would accomodate a larger, wider wheel and tire package on their cars with a little trimming. The car has a slightly exaggerated curve from top to bottom that runs lengthwise. All Eagles have the same basic shape and use the same flares from 81-88. If you made the flares based off the 4 door sedan or wagon, they could be used on any of the 2 door models as well, as long as the rear flares didn’t have a strange upper forward edge where it would stop along the door opening… Is there any way that you might be interested in building some flares for these cars? I know there would be a market for them. I am trying to work with a couple of suspension companies trying to figure out a decent suspension lift for the front of them. My basic thought is to make some kind of flare that would replace the factory flare but would have a larger opening and would be an inch or two wider for more tire clearance. It would give a much more aggressive look to it and keep mud off the car and maintain it as road legal for tire coverage. Even if they sold for as much as $400 for the set, I think you could sell them fairly easily… Please email me back or feel free to call me if you have any comments or questions. Thank you

    Robert says: Feb 15, 2011 at 06:52 pm
    i would really like to see a set for the 2009-2011 Dodge Ram 1500. There should be about 2″ or so coverage. Right now there are VERY limited options for Fender Flares, and the prices are exorbitant. I personally prefer to support smaller companies, especially Canadian ones, living in Manitoba. i do know that there are alot of people in the various Dodge Ram forums that i frequent that are constantly looking for fender flares for these years and are really unhappy with only having 1 or 2 options, both with very high prices, even worse for us Canadians.

    mary says: Mar 08, 2011 at 05:21 pm
    I would be intrested in dodge dakota club cab 2005

    Les Pullen says: Mar 11, 2011 at 02:19 pm
    I’m looking for pocket style fender flares for my 2007 F-150 Flareside , I thought that you guys could make them. Could you let me know?

    shaunpearson says: Mar 16, 2011 at 09:52 am
    seems to be alot of intrest in the ford f150 fenders flare, please consider making more ,would love to have set!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Snaker says: Apr 12, 2011 at 04:50 pm
    POCKET/ BOLT ON flares for 94-01 RAMS!!!! would buy them asap or even use truck to advertise the new style!!

    Pistazie says: Apr 30, 2011 at 12:45 pm
    Well my bias would be for the 2002+ Dodge Rams, long box and short box. But pretty much for all light duty diesel trucks. There are tons of us diesel enthusiasts in Alberta and we need fender flares, especially those of us working in the oil patch, forestry, mining etc!

    chris says: May 05, 2011 at 12:55 pm
    definitely need them for the 2004 F150, new body style.

    Walt says: May 20, 2011 at 07:35 am
    I am looking for what appears to be the hard to get FENDER FLARES for 2005 F 150 FLARE SIDE pickup truck. Anybody know where a guy could get a set of these ?

    lorne says: Jun 04, 2011 at 02:35 pm
    would love to see cut-out style flares with 4-5 inches of tire coverage for the 1997-2004 dodge dakota. alot of us are doing real big lifts and currently no one makes a fender flare larger than the xenons. bushwacker states it can’t be done cause theres not enough metal behind the front tires but most of us are moving the actual axles forward a few inches so there is metal infront that can be cut-out. I know this would be a good sell for the company that wanted to create them and would be the first to help with design ideas !

    curlykev says: Jun 17, 2011 at 08:33 am
    Hi There We need bigger arches for the Hilux Mk6 more space at the front wing tip and wider overhang

    Jeff says: Jul 13, 2011 at 06:12 pm
    Hi, looking for fender flares for 1997 Ford F150 flareside extended cab. Sounds like they are discontinued? Thanks

    Mark Kile says: Jul 27, 2011 at 11:29 pm
    yeah still looking for liberty flares. I think they are going to become the next family offroader since the XJ cherokee. the dificult part about these flares is the factory fender is a plastic flare that attaches to the main body and inner fender below the hood line, making the front fenders/flare wider in front of the tire than behind the tire. the rear flare/fender should be pretty straight. as for extra coverage, I think 2′ past stock in the rear would be perfect then match up the front(tapered). factory mounting holes used would be nice as most 05′ aren’t rusty yet. curently waiting for 05′ flares. how soon can you get them?

    daryl says: Aug 20, 2011 at 06:05 am
    hi i am also looking for some wider flares for my hilux mk6 double cab about 3″ or 4″ wider like the ones in Artic Trucks At 35.. Curleykev did you manage to find some ……………………….. thanks Daryl

    Rodd says: Sep 10, 2011 at 05:26 pm
    G’Day Blake, Much of what I’ve seen are on the arctic trucks re; Land Rover Defender. When people say arctic they think really extreme and they’d be right however, a google search reveals some that are only 50mm more than standard flares, pretty much like your Toyota variants. Flatdog in the UK are a good example that are cheep enough but are plastic. As you know fiberglass is repairable and in my opinion, has the finish for current vehicle shapes. The Defender panels haven’t changed for 20+ years so there’s many opportunities to sell a quality flare. Please consider, Cheers…… Rodd

    Oubaas says: Sep 19, 2011 at 01:11 am
    I am in desperate need of fender flares for my Mitsubishi Pajero. I have 10″ x 15″ rims and 33″ tyres on mine, and need to cover those. My model is 2001, but they were the same from 2000 to 2007. I can find flares for Generation 1 and 2, but not for 3.

    Apocalypse says: Sep 24, 2011 at 08:37 pm
    I want a set for my F-150, so selfishly that would mean please make more for the 97-03 F-150’s. I like the wider fender coverage look of the design you have for these already. A little more tire coverage would probably be nice. I think a lower price alternative to BW’s in general is a good thing.

    mister says: Oct 11, 2011 at 01:07 am
    Toyota Land Cruiser FJ and Fzj80 flares. 2.5-3″ Go to ih8mud.com Post there. Guys will go crazy over a option for their cruisers. There just isn’t anything out there.

    Per G. Tofsrud says: Nov 08, 2011 at 04:51 am
    Toyota Pickup 79-83 there is great need! Must cover 35-12.5 tires and up to 38×15.5 inches. 6-8 inch wide cut out with hidden screw. Buschwaker did make ? cut out`s but they are out of production ..

    Jake says: Nov 21, 2011 at 07:39 am
    I have a 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ80 I was thinking about Bushwacker’s Pocket style or Cut- out style. It would be cool to create your own style that would give the land cruiser the attitude it deserves as an expedition/off-road vehicle. Since I have owned this land cruiser I have only had respect for it and the engineering that went into it. so if you could incorporate that I would buy some. It would also be nice to make the opening a little bigger so one could increase tire size with out as much lift since it has one ton axles on it. it has the ability to run a very large tire without causing issues. I would like if you did that, it would you would not have to do little to none cutting since I have done that in the pass and only causes more problems if it is your daily driver. thanks much Jake P.S. Please keep me informed so I can buy them when you get them made or even just the Idea.

    Ron Schultz says: Nov 23, 2011 at 12:15 pm
    Reason I found this website was I was directed here because you at one time made fender flares for 2004 Ford F150 Flareside. They are hard to find and finding some that does carry them they are out so hope that means there is a demand for them. Keep them reasonable price too few that I found compared to others that do carry them they are expensive. Thanks

    Dave Bramwell says: Dec 28, 2011 at 05:50 pm
    I need a set of wide arches for a 1986 ford f250 4×4 truck please. The bigger the better. Can pay by VISA DEBIT. I look forward to your reply. Thanks Dave.

    Matthew Wall says: Jan 31, 2012 at 08:59 pm
    I have a Toyota Land Cruiser Fj80 that I am finding it impossible to find aftermarket fender flares for . Something more aggressive than stock with out being over kill !

    dj beard jr says: Feb 05, 2012 at 04:53 pm
    S-series in general. The first gen (82-93) has been dropped. And the 2nd gen (94-04) is limited. For first gen there is trucks, 2door suvs, and 4 door suvs. The 2nd gens have trucks, 2 door suvs, 4 doors suvs, and crew cabs. The 4 door and crew cabs have always been left in the cold for options. I think a nice extended flare about 2 inches and a cut out about 3 or 4 inches is needed for both body styles. Most of us want a flexiable flare. The bushwacker flares were bad about cracking, but now they don’t make them anymore.

    josh says: Feb 07, 2012 at 07:08 am
    there is not one single manufacturer of flares for the 1995 – 2005 S10 Blazer 4 door model. Guarantee you make cash off this one, you’d have the market tied up ha! Bushwacker made a set several years ago that looked like the ZR2 blazer factory flares and stuck out about two inches. they looked awesome.

    rabbit says: Feb 09, 2012 at 12:43 pm
    2001 s10 – crew cab 4″+ cut out flares front and rear , iam not a fan of the pocket style flares , but a texture like bedliner would be nice . also flares 4″+ for 95+ 4 door blazer , basicly aftermarket cut out flares styled like the factory zr2 s10s but with a textured finsh. thanks

    JP says: Feb 10, 2012 at 08:53 am
    Hey, I’m looking for fender flare 2.25 tire coverage for a Chevy S-10 2003 LS Extended Cab. If you can make it I will buy it for sure at reasonable price!

    John says: Feb 11, 2012 at 11:49 pm
    S10 crew cabs desperately need a source for flares! Currently there is no company which produces flares for this vehicle.

    steve says: Feb 14, 2012 at 09:25 am
    I would like pocket flares for a 1995 Dodge p/u. Flare coverage similar to what you already have. With or without screws/rivets. Without is a great option and I would probably go that route and add my own to help fasten them on. Bushwacker makes pocket flares for this model, but I would rather support you.

    Phil says: Mar 04, 2012 at 10:53 am
    1st generation S-10 trucks. I have a 2-door, just finished my solid axle swap, and I need flares… and of course now I find out Bushwacker dropped them

    Chase says: Mar 05, 2012 at 01:52 pm
    Flares for the S10 series would be awesome. Obviously, there is a big demand since Bushwacker dropped production on them. 2-4″ of coverage in a pocket or offload flare would be nice.

    Mel says: Mar 16, 2012 at 06:49 pm
    TA22 CELICA! I’ve been desperately hunting for these and I cannot find where anyone has bought theirs?!

    Terry Brakel says: Mar 21, 2012 at 01:50 pm
    I have a 2009 Ford F150 4X4 Crew cab and have recently lifted it 2″ and put on 20 inch Fuel Throttle rims with an offset of +20 mm with 275/65/20 Nitto Terra Grappler tires and I am looking for a set of fender flares for my truck with about 2″ of coverage. I have searched all over the internet for reasonably priced fender flares and can not find any! They are $500 plus with taxes! I am looking for a reasonably priced bolt on look or pocket style fender flare for my truck….HELP!

    John says: Mar 21, 2012 at 07:39 pm
    Hey need them for a 2005 Ford F 150 with a flareside bed. about 2″ to 2 1/2″ coverage should work. Can not find flares for a flareside (step side) bed anywhere. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks

    Greg Axelson says: Mar 31, 2012 at 09:18 am
    Many of the popular new rims are getting wider so they stick out past the fenders by quit a bit. My son just put new custom rims on his 2008 GMC Sierra 4X4 4 door. The Fuel rims are 22″ X 14″ wide. Look very nice but stick out 5 1/2″ past the original fender. Illegal in most states to not have the fenders cover the tread on the wheels. Most fender flares only add 2″ additional coverage. We’re looking for an extra wide fender flare, custom designed with rivets. We can put on popular fender flares and add belting or extensions to them but they would look a little cheesey. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. If you designed something I know you would sell allot of them. We would certainly indorse them in our area as their are allot of mud (& snow) trucks in our area and oil exploration is booming here so the younger crowd has a bunch of money to spend on their trucks.

    Boris says: Mar 31, 2012 at 03:30 pm
    2012-2014 Tacoma, small front bumper mounted flares needed.

    kyle says: Apr 08, 2012 at 12:55 am
    a set of maybe 4″ flares for the second generation s10 blazers would be awesome since no one makes anything for them. even one a little bigger like 6″ would be cool, if you could make them look kinda like the zr2 flares.

    Dean says: Apr 20, 2012 at 09:59 pm
    I would be very interested in some pocket style 2.5″ fender flares for a 80 Series Landcruiser FZJ80.

    William says: May 10, 2012 at 05:53 pm
    looking for fender flares for 1999 Ford F150 flareside extended cab!

    Steve says: May 13, 2012 at 05:26 pm
    Please, Please!!!!! Make some Landcruiser FZJ80 fenders. It would be great to use some hardware that would make them easy to take off for the tough spots on certain trails. But I’d take anything I could get.

    Austin Morton says: May 30, 2012 at 02:38 am
    Please please please make some first gen s10 blazer flares! There aren’t any aftermarket ones anywhere now that bushwhacker stopped making them! I know I, and hundreds, if not thousands, of others need them! My tires stick out a good 3 inches and reek havoc on my brand new custom paint! Bottom line, big business in s10 blazer territory…

    Cameron says: Jun 03, 2012 at 08:25 pm
    Request pocket style fender flares for 2005 dodge ram 1500 quad cab shortbox!!! Email me if you pull them off!!

    Sean Stanford says: Jun 04, 2012 at 07:45 am
    2005 Toyota Land Cruiser 100 series VX 4.2 Diesel No one makes 4×4 fenderflairs for the 100 series I would like Pocket style Flairs as I replaced the old suspention with Dobenson Coils Torsion bars and shocks which gave me a 50mm lift. the wheels 3050/75/16 gave me another 50mm lift and is 100mm wider than before, so clearly you understand my dillema.

    Tom says: Jun 22, 2012 at 11:48 pm
    looking for a set of fender flares for a 1998 F150 stepside. herd they are discontinued. Would love to have a set of them they are nearly imposible to find. would buy a set in a heart beat. Thanks

    Clint says: Aug 06, 2012 at 09:39 pm
    I am looking for 4″ cut-out style fender flares for 1979-1983 Toyota 4WD pick-up. No one makes them anymore. The extra tire coverage is needed to keep flying debris off of the truck and stay street legal.

    Chris says: Aug 20, 2012 at 11:37 pm
    I am also looking for a set of fender flares for my 99 F150 flareside. I saw pictures on your side and they look amazing! please bring them back!

    Jason says: Aug 23, 2012 at 12:19 am
    2nd gen S10 Blazer (2002) – 4 door.

    Les says: Sep 19, 2012 at 07:46 am
    Hi, am building a couple of promo toyota 4wd 1979-83 pick ups. Don’t like the flexi flare droopy look. Pocket style flare look so much better. For this age truck, the smooth finish is too modern – believe the bolt on look is more appropriate for its styling. Coverage required for common 33 x 12.5 tires so additional 2-3″ should be just right for that tire size. Probably 3″ allows for better track and less back spacing. May also need to consider a matching rear flare for all those rebuilding there pick-up beds and needing similar rear coverage. Thanks, Les.

    Wade says: Sep 24, 2012 at 04:54 am
    Flares for 2003 f150 flare side even a small production run would sell out quickly, I would buy 2 sets my self, consider a small production run

    Jaime says: Oct 03, 2012 at 06:27 am
    Yeah, I have two four door Blazers and would love to see some flares available again . I personally like the screw look, but honestly, I’d buy anything.

    Rex says: Oct 18, 2012 at 11:24 am
    I’ll get in line for a set for the 2nd gen 4 door blazer! I would like to see a set like 4″ cutout style. There are tons of guys out there that want to go a little larger in tire size and end up cutting their fender. If you designed something for that alone you would have customers all day! NO one makes anything for the 4 door blazer anymore but everyone wants them just look how many people before me posted about them. You would make a killing on these things everyday I see people looking for them online and no one makes them anywhere.

    Greg says: Oct 18, 2012 at 12:27 pm
    i would love to see some for the 4 door Blazers i like the the look of the pocket style flares myself.

    David says: Oct 18, 2012 at 12:08 pm
    I would really like to see flairs for the 4 door second gen blazers (95+) that look exactly like the ZR2 flairs. Having them cut out for the rear doors would be really nice but im sure people would still want them even if modification for the rear door was required.

    Brad says: Oct 18, 2012 at 01:20 pm
    2nd Generation S10 series Blazer & Jimmy 4 door! Either style, with 2-3″ of coverage.

    Glenn says: Oct 18, 2012 at 02:24 pm
    I would love to see fender flares made for a 4 door blazer… I have a 2003 that is continuously being modified…I have been hunting for ever for fender flares..Every forum I chat on there are 100`s of guys looking for them..Bushwacker used to make a set for us 4dr guys but the decided to drop production I cant imaging why considering so many want them…Would love to see something happen with this… So many would for sure buy them…

    jordan says: Oct 18, 2012 at 05:16 pm
    4 door second generation blazers!

    Bobby W says: Oct 18, 2012 at 06:46 pm
    I’d love a set on my 2000 blazer 4 door. Really would be nice.

    ryan says: Oct 20, 2012 at 10:05 am
    I think you should consider a flare for the Chevy s10 4 door blazer years 1991-1994. No one makes a set for the 4 doors, and I believe bushwacker quit making their flares for the 2 door model. Something with 2-3 inches of tire coverage would be excellent.

    Ian says: Oct 30, 2012 at 06:12 pm
    Make a set for a 2000 Blazer 4 door, I would buy it

    josh m says: Oct 30, 2012 at 07:06 pm
    2000 4 door blazer please!!

    Robert says: Nov 04, 2012 at 09:15 pm
    1998 and up 4 door blazer/jimmy flares, sign me up for the first set… must offer at least 2-3″ more coverage

    Pabel says: Nov 27, 2012 at 11:50 am
    Would love some Cut-Out flares for my 97 Chevy Tahoe 2door (good GMT400 market), something like the CutOuts from Bushwacker but does not extend out as much, maybe 2-2.5″ (as opose to 5″) so the 35″ tires don’t look small. Please contact me if you manage to make them.

    Matt says: Dec 03, 2012 at 04:17 pm
    I see others posting here requesting fender flares for the S10 crew cab. They made them from 2001-2004, this making it a very rare truck and the shorter box is not the same as the other S10 models. If you have already produced flares, where can I get some? If not, something like 2.5″ – 3″ coverage would be awesome. There were flares made by Skidz, but info on them is hard to come by. Here is a link to a guy who describes the install of his Skidz flares, but it’s all I have really found about them. Something similar to this would be sweet as they would allow us to run 33’s with a few other mods to the truck. http://www.s-10crewcab.net/og1/modinfo/skidz/skidz1.html

    Mike says: Dec 04, 2012 at 08:02 am
    Hey folks, how bout fender flares for the 1st Generation Mitsubishi Pajero/Montero NA-NG Series. Bushwacker used to produce them. I am sure a lot of folks would want and be happy with a new set for their Pajeros/Monteros.

    Ian says: Dec 10, 2012 at 09:26 pm
    Some for a ’95-’05 S10 Blazer 4 door please.

    stainless says: Dec 11, 2012 at 03:47 pm
    01-04 crew cab s10 would be nice and the 2nd gen 4 door blazers would be nice they are a starved market right now everything for these models are discontinued or never produced. i think a modest 3″ flare would be nice something to widen the wheel well. i don’t mind modifying the fender itself to fit.

    Lucas says: Feb 28, 2013 at 06:55 pm
    Can you please make some flares for a 2012 MK7 hilux, im chasing a set that gives 3″ to 3.5″ of cover from the fenders and would prefer the smooth finish style however pocket style would be awesome as well

    Mikey says: Apr 03, 2013 at 04:12 pm
    01-04 S-series Reg/Ext/Crew cabs, 2nd gen 4dr Jimmy/Blazer

    Darian Abernathy says: Apr 04, 2013 at 10:10 pm
    I would like a 4in pocket style for my 2nd gen S10 ext cab… Like Rabbit suggested!!! The fronts will all be the same but the rears are different… Bet the 1st gen guys would love em too!!!

    Tim McCord says: Apr 21, 2013 at 08:26 am
    id like to see you develope flares for the second gen s ten. something that opens it up for taller tires.

    Gregory says: May 28, 2013 at 09:06 pm
    I am stuggling to find anything for the 1st gen montero. i have a 1990 and want to make it offroad ready but cannot find fender flares anywhere. would love to see some 2.5 inch medium thickness fender flares.

    Joe says: Oct 08, 2013 at 04:42 am
    Ta22 celica

    lance says: Nov 06, 2013 at 08:58 pm
    2nd gen 4 door s10 blazer non zr2 (1994-2003 especially the rear. chevy and gmc all the same.. any where between 2″ to 2.5″ flare.

    Mike Kosmo says: Dec 04, 2013 at 01:33 pm
    Simple. S10 LS crew cab needs flares. The rear is different and I need a good 2″ flare for the rear that will match the ZR2 look.

    Jeff says: Dec 16, 2013 at 10:20 am
    Cut out flairs for 05+ tacoma!

    Alex says: Feb 04, 2014 at 01:51 am
    I am looking for pocket style fender flares for the 2003-2009 Toyota 4Runners. I’d love to see pocket style with 2″ of tire coverage and 2″ gained clearance. Having the bolt heads function would be cool! No other companies make flares for the 4th gen 4Runner, so if we want more clearance we are forced to go with massive fiberglass fenders which are brittle, or we have to cut our fenders and the stock flares and make sure they are cut perfectly so that it doesn’t look like crap. We really need someone to show us some love! It’s been so long already!

    josh E says: Feb 10, 2014 at 01:53 pm
    I am looking for fender flares for my 02 chevy s10 crew cab how much for the set

    Scott Turnage says: Feb 18, 2014 at 09:19 am
    Bring back the 97-03 F150 flares. Bushwacker’s offerings are down right ugly for my 2001.

    Bradley says: Mar 06, 2014 at 06:49 am
    Looking for Nissan Patrol GU 2001 4 door Fender Flares. I would be very keen on buying a set and just looking for wider then the factory one’s as I have wide 315x75x16 tyres.

    Mike says: Apr 27, 2014 at 05:30 am
    There are a lot of guys who run the 1996 thru 2003 s-10 truck and blazer who are always looking for larger fender flairs for the vehicles. Like my self I love the look of the artic trucks and want to build one, but without the large fender flairs it is impossible to do. the fender flairs should be bolt on and you should have different sizes just like the jeep flairs that are sold every where. it would be great to have these as a lot of people keep looking but no one has them. I myself want 6 inch to follow the contour of the body lines of the truck like the tundra fenders you make do. thanks for this opportunity to talk with you about this. thanks for your time in this matter. mike s. usa ohio.

    Chuck says: May 03, 2014 at 02:00 am
    I am looking for a bolt-on look (but no drilling install) that will fit a 2006 F150 FX4 Flareside. Thanks!

    Dinesh says: Sep 16, 2014 at 08:26 am
    Hello I’m looking for off-road style fender flares for mitsubishi L200 1996 – 2006 K74 model, bolt on application with 5″ fender and wheel coverage.

    Dinesh Mangaroo says: Sep 16, 2014 at 08:39 am
    Thih is what my vehicle looks like :-

    Brandon Hartley says: Jan 09, 2015 at 04:15 am
    I am also interested in some wide flares for an s10 crewcab I’ve already cut my fenders to run 33’s but no one makes flares for these crew and please help us s10 crewcab owners thanks

    Shane Brian says: May 11, 2015 at 05:09 pm
    toyota prado 120 due to the fact that i got a gx model and i can not fir wider tyres

    Andrew Dagger says: Oct 31, 2015 at 04:55 pm
    Hey Guys. There’s a huge market waiting to be tapped into for the 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner 3rd gen. They’re known as one of the best 4runners to come out of Toyota and are recognized as a prime offroading/expidition platform. I think there would be significant sales you made a 2.5-3″ coverage clean looking fender flare like you’re other Toyota oriented products. There’s a groups in BC called BC Toyota 4WD and BC4runners with thousands of members. If estimate that you’d be able to pre-sell 50-100 right off the bat. Think about it! It’s a big gap in your Toyota inventory.

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