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what?

Hood flares or fender flares?

you have example pics?
 

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Haha sorry I meant good fender flairs this is my truck right now. Wondering what kind would look good on it. Also thinking about getting bigger tires.
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That Bronco looks so clean I wouldn't put fender flares on it.

But the style I recomend are the ones that don't have the exposed rivet look and you can have painted to match.

 

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what?

Hood flares or fender flares?

you have example pics?
That Bronco looks so clean I wouldn't put fender flares on it.
That Bronco looks so clean I wouldn't put fender flares on it.

But the style I recomend are the ones that don't have the exposed rivet look and you can have painted to match.

Thanks for that and also another thing I have been wondering about was having the tires be more flush with the wheel well. As of now they are 31” tires without a lift kit. Do you think 33” tires would work well as I am planning to leave the truck on stock height, or 32” tires would work better to give it a better flushed look.

But the style I recomend are the ones that don't have the exposed rivet look and you can have painted to match.

 

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another thing I have been wondering about was having the tires be more flush with the wheel well. As of now they are 31” tires without a lift kit. Do you think 33” tires would work well as I am planning to leave the truck on stock height, or 32” tires would work better to give it a better flushed look.
The tire height doesn't affect a flush fit. You want to look at tire width, rim backspacing (aka offset), and to a lesser extent, rim width. In general, a taller tire will be wider, but there are plenty of counter-examples such as 31x10.5 and 33x10.5 instead of the usual 33x12.5's.
 

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It's your Bronco and ultimately yours to do with however you please, but I agree with the above..that rig is so clean, it almost seems a shame to mess it up with fender flares..
 
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Are there even any examples of fender flares looking good on '92-96 models? They seem more suited to the rugged-er lines of the earlier years than those of the "curvy" aeros.
 

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Are there even any examples of fender flares looking good on '92-96 models? They seem more suited to the rugged-er lines of the earlier years than those of the "curvy" aeros.
These look like s**t on this rig. Again, because it's such a clean example of a late model they seem out of place, but I think those flares would look great on mine..like anything else we do to our rigs, it boils down to a matter of preference. everbody has different tastes.


 
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It’s not easy keeping them clean


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That makes a total of two 92+ broncos ive seen with good looking flares. Love the Indy Mags too.

I like my 85 with the cutout flares, but they are shaped much differently and require cutting body metal. I had to put 2" spacers on all my wheels to get them to come flush with the flares too.

 

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From what I can see thats an awfully clean rig
Most a-holes throw a set of flares on to hide rotted quarter panels
Why would you ever butch such a fine truck !?
BTW: The probs only begin with flares, the wheel wells themselves are not big enough for anything more than a 33, speedometer no longer correct, excess driveline wear and tear.....are you sure?
 

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BTW: That aluminum step you have under the door looks ugly as shit and costs alot in ground clearance....Ick !
 
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