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Old 03-12-2017, 11:42 PM
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Cool idea and nice fab work. Definitely have me thinking as I was planning on building a set of flairs from scratch, this may be a direction im going to explore.

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Love the fab work. Great job man.
Thanks guys!

I actually got the rears done this last week. Much harder to mount but I think it turned out great in my opinion.

I can get more pictures later, but as of now they are not powder coated





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I like them,they look and fit nice.
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Looks good
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Finally back from powder coat!









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those are some of the best looking homemade flairs I have ever seen
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those are some of the best looking homemade flairs I have ever seen
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can you make the patterns available to all?
great work!!!
I want to go the same route!
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those are awesome.
i was at Tractor Supply the other day and had this idea but wasn't sure how it would turn out.
looks like i might be trying my hand at something similar.
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Very cool.
I like the powder coat finish--very nice work!

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Thats awesome. Ive been debating on what to do about flares, best option ive seen so far.
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Great job and as the Hot Rodders say ... "steel is real".

I opened up the fenders on my off road trailer to accommodate larger wheels by slicing them at the bends and then rewelding them they way you did. It's amazing how "floppy" they get before you reweld them. I love the way you sliced and narrowed yours to streamline them into the body. Your method of mounting makes good sense too. Very well done and they look great.
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Very nice, and great idea thinking outside the box!
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