Bushwacker 20503-02 Street Style Fender Flares F/R 4pc Expedition
97-02 Ford Expedition, Street Style Flare Style, Front and Rear Position, Matte Black
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Give your Ford a sportier stance, with Bushwacker Street Flares. They're exactly the right fender trim to complement stock or low-profile wheels and tires, and look great with lowered suspensions. We design Street Flares for each individual vehicle, so you get a factory-like fit and finish. And you get that sleek, streamlined look in minutes, thanks to custom mounting hardware made especially for your Ford . Street Flares are designed and made in the USA from Dura-Flex 2000. Dura-Flex 2000 is our exclusive material, specially designed for extra durability and flexibility. It wont chalk or warp the way inferior materials will, because its 100% UV protected and built thick and strong. Street Flares have a matte black finish that looks great right out of the box — or paint them to create a factory-matched, accented, or one-of-a-kind look. With Street Flares you get customized protection with an urban edge.
- Adds additional tire coverage from debris
- Installs neatly in minutes with minimal drilling
- OEM matte black smooth finish is easy to paint
- 100% UV protected Dura-Flex 2000 - no chalking
- Made in the USA with a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Application1997-2002 Ford Expedition
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