1. Bushwacker Pocket Style fender flares help keep crud from flying off your tires and onto the body of your truck. Or someone else's. Here you can see the finished product attached to a 2006 Ram 2500.1. Bushwacker Pocket Style fender flares help keep crud from flying off your tires an If you've installed wider tires on your rig and/or bolted on wheels with more offset, you've probably noticed that the tires are spewing gunk down the side of your truck. Fortunately, add-on fender flares such as Bushwacker Pocket Style flares are an easy solution to this problem. In this application, a 2006 Dodge Ram 2500, the flares offer 2 1/2 inches of tire coverage and they install in the existing factory holes with no drilling or cutting. They offer 100-percent UV protection, so they won't chalk, crack, or warp. They have decorative stainless-steel hardware for a bolt-on look, and come in a matte black finish that can be easily painted. 2. Before the flares were sent out to be painted, the holes for mounting and the decorative stainless steel hardware were drilled. After the flares were painted, the stainless steel hardware was installed in each flare (shown) and the self-adhesive edge trim was installed (this goes between the flare and the body of the truck).2. Before the flares were sent out to be painted, the holes for mounting and the deco For this specific install, the team at Attitude Performance in Arlington Heights, Illinois, sent the flares out to a body shop to be painted to match the customer's truck. After they were painted, the install took a little over an hour. 3. The factory mud flaps had to be removed before the flares could be installed.3. The factory mud flaps had to be removed before the flares could be installed. 4. We also had to relocate the Cummins badging by about 1/2 inch on this particular rig.4. We also had to relocate the Cummins badging by about 1/2 inch on this particular r 5. The last step is to attach the flares. They attach at factory mounting points, so no drilling is required, and nut clips are provided for some of the mounting holes. Factory screws are used elsewhere.5. The last step is to attach the flares. They attach at factory mounting points, so SOURCES Bushwacker 6710 N. Catlin Avenue Portlandville OR 97203 800-234-8920 www.bushwacker.com Attitude Performance 2349 E. Oakton ST. Arlington Heights IL 847-593-0505 www.attitudeperformance.com By Ken Brubaker Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!