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fender flares for a 2004 chilkoot

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wondering if anyone knows a resource for acquiring a set of flarse, be they aftermarket, or stock ones, i have searched hi and low and cannot find any, well, other than ebay, and i cant put together a full set from whats there.... :unsure: did bush whacker or any of the other name branders make them?

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OE, universal, or "make it fit"...those are your options. You can pull them from a junkyard donor, but they're kind of a pain to remove. But if yours doesn't have them, you're also missing all the mounting holes and clips.

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thanks for the reply, i found summit carries a kit of sorts, its actually a roll, but it does not cover higher up the face of the quarter like the others do, it more just extends the lip of the fender itself... the reason i am searching for more coverage is that the lip of the fender is rotted off in several spots, and i cannot find a replacement quarter panel, or a patch panel for that matter, and just welding in home made pieces/patches and trying to make it look good is a real PIA.... thus the reasoning for the flare as it cover onto the face at least 3 inches..... i am not worried about the mounting holes and such, i can deal with that, as the interior in the back will all be removed for welding anyways....

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Try some local junkyards if you are looking for a quarter panel. Rockauto also has a wide assortment of oem parts.

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If you're looking for patch panels for the rear quarters look up Nor/Am Auto Body Parts. There're the only place I've found them.

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I have a 1998 chilkoot edition at my parents house. Not sure if the flares are all that nice but I can check for you if you'd like. What ones are you needing, or do you need the whole set?

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