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Unread 04-29-2013, 01:32 PM   #1
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Default 2002 EZGO TXT Fender Flare Reviews

I am looking to buy and install Fender Flares on my 2002 EZGO TXT. There are so many brands out there I do not even know where to start.

I would like recommendations from anyone that has purchased and installed them and how they liked the quality of the product. (Also info on where they purchased them and prices would be very helpful).
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Unread 11-17-2013, 06:28 AM   #2
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Default Re: 2002 EZGO TXT Fender Flare Reviews

Which did you end up buying?
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Unread 11-17-2013, 09:47 PM   #3
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I have them on my 2007 PDS. I bought mine from a site sponsor, don't remember which one. I bought the wider of the 2 I found out there. There light plastic but I remember if you buy deluxe, they came with ss bolts and lock nuts. Pretty straight forward install. Just line them up.
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Default Re: 2002 EZGO TXT Fender Flare Reviews

I installed some that I got off of ebay from east coast carts. They came with stainless hardware as well. The fitment isn't real great, but they work. Tricky to get them lined up and took several attempts with tape and a sharpie to line them up. It keeps the mud down, now I'll need to install flaps in the back to keep the mud from slinging up on the rear passengers feet.
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I installed some that I got off of ebay from east coast carts. They came with stainless hardware as well. The fitment isn't real great, but they work. Tricky to get them lined up and took several attempts with tape and a sharpie to line them up. It keeps the mud down, now I'll need to install flaps in the back to keep the mud from slinging up on the rear passengers feet.
Could you take a picture from the side view of the rear flare looking into the wheel well? Apparently these are not the same shape as the stock fender well opening and the set I have has a gap from the mounting point of the flare to the body so the plastic rivet that come with it does not look like it will hold it. I must be missing something.
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