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4Runner Pocket Style Fender Flare 1-1/2 inch Tire Coverage - Matte Black 2014+ (Set of 4)


$479.99


With their recessed stainless steel bolts and distinct presence, Pocket Style® Fender Flares are a Bushwacker original and an off-road icon. They're custom-designed for your Jeep Grand Cherokee to complement stock or oversized tires with or without a lift kit. You can mount them right out of the box, with their tough, OEM-style matte black finish - they're UV protected so they won't chalk. Or, paint them to match or accent the body color, for a factory-custom look. Pocket Style® Fender Flares are made in the USA from our proprietary Dura-Flex® 2000 ABS material. Its the most flexible material available, tailor-made for added durability and flexibility on or off the trail. Despite their hard-core bolt-on styling, Pocket Style® Fender Flares install easily, with no body-side drilling required. When you need maximum tire coverage with minimum time and effort, it's in the pocket. Pocket Style® Fender Flares from Bushwacker.
Style: Pocket
Paintable: Yes
Color: Black
Flare Height (IN): 5-1/2 Inch
Tire Coverage (IN): 1-1/2 Inch
Finish: Matte
Material: Dura-Flex ® 2000 ABS Plastic
Includes Lights: No
Installation Type: Screw-In
Drilling Required: Yes
Quantity: Set Of 4
Color Group: Black/ Paintable

Note: Vehicle modifications may be needed if mudflaps are involved.

  • Model: 30921-02
  • Manufactured by: Bushwacker



02/01/2020
Matt Bleakley
5 of 5 Stars
As per the usual, Bushwacker has done fender flares right. These add a bit more protection, allow for a wider tire, and give the 4Runner a much more aggressive look. Installation took maybe 5 or 6 hours but wouldn’t take me that long if I needed to do it again - if you have a friend that’s put these on before, trading a 6 pack of beer for his/her time would definitely be worth it. The only snag I really ran into during installation was on the rear half of the rear fenders (those fenders are split into two pieces because of the rear doors). There are internal brackets affixed to the flares and the holes for one of the bolts didn’t line up, which made getting that bolt into the hole on the body near impossible. I had to drill out the internal bracket a little in order to be able to get those bolts in, but once I did I was able to finish the installation without any other issues.




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