fender flares

Discussion in '1989-1995 Build-Up/Project Threads' started by Christian Escobar, Jan 5, 2017.

  1. Christian Escobar

    Christian Escobar Member

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    whats up guys i have a 95 pickup and I'm looking to give it a nice stance, not too too low. anyways any body have some pics of your truck with fender flares?? looking for inspiration to start my build! I'm going for a JDM look.
     
  2. Justin Danger

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    I'm not too sure about 95s, but I know that with older models, the 4wd fenders are wider up front than the 2wd ones. It also seems that most aftermarket add on flares I have seen are made for applying to the 4wd fenders.
    I did just see a guy with like prerunner fenders on a lowered mini and it was pretty aggressive looking.
    Also, check out http://www.toyotafiberglass.com/ Again, I don't know about the 95s, and I think he has a wait list of a couple years, but he is on here (can't for the life of me remember his screen name)
     

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    Justin Danger Enthusiast

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    and because I had nothing else to do but look at pictures of trucks I did a little research, and sure enough for the 95, 4wd fenders are flared more.
     
  4. Christian Escobar

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    Thanks man, but my truck is rwd,I've seen the fender flares for the the 4x4 but i only find the ones use for off roading. Not the look I'm going for :(
     
  5. Christian Escobar

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    This is the look I'm going for, how would it look on my 95? I've scanned the internet and haven't found an example :( [​IMG]
     
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    jetas Grand Toyotaholic

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    Theres a few 89-95 trucks with this style flare. Found on a google search
     
  7. Christian Escobar

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    i couldn't find any? what exactly did you key words did you google??
     
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    jetas Grand Toyotaholic

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    Stanced hilux
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    Anything to that effect
     
  10. Justin Danger

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    sorry this is a bit off subject, but is a 95 really considered a hilux?
     
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    jetas Grand Toyotaholic

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    In other parts of the world yes
     
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    Thanks .. but no ... I'm way to busy to build 1 set of custom flares for 1 guy .
     
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    LOL, that's the spirit.
     
  14. Christian Escobar

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    well there goes that option lol thanks anyways Slacker :lol:
     
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    I'm BOOKED 2.2 years right now with PREPAID orders ...
    it'll take a huge chunk of cash for me to drop what I'm doin' to make a "custom" 1 off piece . just sayin' !!

    In my experience .. people don't want to pay the cost , or cant even imagine the cost , so I'll just say no so I don't hurt any feelings .
     
  16. neonjay

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    Looking a local fiberglass shop that makes custom works can be your best option.
     
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    lmfao!!! hell yea!!!!
     
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    Google-fu is strong with you
     

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