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Unread 09-26-2012, 10:36 AM   #1
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Has anyone installed these on a 2004 or newer precedent? If so, what are your thoughts? Pics? http://www.groovycarts.com/clcarpr202fe.html
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Unread 09-26-2012, 02:06 PM   #2
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Default Re: Precedent Fender Flairs

The flares they are showing are on a DS. However, I saw someone else on this site with siimilar flares on a precedent and they looked great. I have the kind that mount on the outside of the body panels and extend out +3". They dont look nearly as neat but I suspect they provide better protection from slinging mud with wide mud tires.

If you are just looking to keep water spray off your back when on the street with smaller tires, those should work fine, and look better. If you plan to go hunting or otherwise need to travel through mud, and dont want to be picking mud chunks off your clothing when you get there, I suggest bigger flares. I will say that I did not want flares at all, until after my first hunt trip when I had to deal with bits of mud EVERYWHERE.

PS. My pic was from before I added the flares.
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Im interested in some flares myself. Pics, pics and more pics... please share pics if you have some mounted on your cart. I can say for sure going through the mud in my cart is a mess. It was throwing mud all inside and for some reason clogs kept being flung straight into my boot (2 points)!
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Im interested in some flares myself. Pics, pics and more pics... please share pics if you have some mounted on your cart. I can say for sure going through the mud in my cart is a mess. It was throwing mud all inside and for some reason clogs kept being flung straight into my boot (2 points)!
These really worked well for me......
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Unread 09-26-2012, 08:47 PM   #5
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Im interested in some flares myself. Pics, pics and more pics... please share pics if you have some mounted on your cart. I can say for sure going through the mud in my cart is a mess. It was throwing mud all inside and for some reason clogs kept being flung straight into my boot (2 points)!
Yes! clogs on clothes, on top of head, on top of cart, on bottom of cart roof, all over interior, everywhere clogs

Sorry about no pics before - was not near the cart to take any.
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Unread 09-26-2012, 10:55 PM   #6
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You may not be able to make them out too well here, but they do a great job of keeping mud off of your cart... and your left arm, and your head, and your back...
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Thanks for the pics guys. They do look good on your carts. I take it that you line them up and drill a few holes to mount them? I wunder if you can mount them without drilling the holes(ie: automotive trim double sided tape)? My only concern is with drilling the holes and if I dont like the look, then I am stuck with them or either the holes. I think mud spash shields that you can get for trucks/autos may be another option, but I havent found any for newer precedents.
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I had to think twice (or 3 times) about drilling holes also but I just got out there one day and drilled away and got it behind me. Now I am glad I mounted them. I think you will like them. I AM going to change to stainless steel mounting hardware though. If I had it to do over again I would have got that to start with. The push-in plastic rivets don’t stay in real good.

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Unread 09-27-2012, 12:14 PM   #9
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Yes, holes are my concern. I built a boat one time and for days stood over the expensive sheet of marine 3/4 inch plywood that made the ribs and transome scared stiff to cut it. Finally a friend came over with beer and other stuff, cuts were then made and I never looked back. Great boat, sorry I sold it.
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I never thought twice about the holes. Larger tires made the fender flares necessary. I used stainless steel sheet metal screws. No pilot holes, just screwed 'em in.They seem to be working well for me.
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