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Old 11-15-2017, 08:52 PM   #1
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Default Navara Fender flares fit on hardbody?

I've been looking at these for a while but I'm not sure if the rear flares will fit the truck bed. Theye are for the pathy and are split for the doors. I just want to know if anyone has ever put them on the truck bed.

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Old 11-15-2017, 11:59 PM   #2
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They look badass. I think that is a Terrano though. Basically the Pathfinder. If they fit the pathy the front will work for sure. Rears like you said are split. Cant say for sure how those would work.
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I'll just get two sets of fronts. Is the front same as the rear or at least close to it?
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The rear is different than the front. You could modify them to fit, but they'll look a little goofy up close. The rear flares on the truck are shorter on the "back half" because of the way the bed slopes up. The bed is also fairly flat in comparison to the swell the front fenders have, so they'll have a little bit of odd fitment because of that.
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i have an OEM set that are on my 86.5 truck. cant stand the damn things. i will take them off before i am ever seen in a 2wd with 4x4 flares LOL

who the hell puts 4x4 flares on a 2wd? i guess whoever put them on there.
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i have an OEM set that are on my 86.5 truck. cant stand the damn things. i will take them off before i am ever seen in a 2wd with 4x4 flares LOL

who the hell puts 4x4 flares on a 2wd? i guess whoever put them on there.
I wasn't a big fan of them but
I had them on my 2wd but it was due to the police kept stopping me saying my wheels stick out to far. But I got a 4x4 now so looking for the riveted look for flares.
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First, Navara is the same as D21 pickup. These are for a Terrano (pathfinder).

I don’t have any rear shots right now. Yes the two pieces will fit, however, you will either need to deal with the seam or glass them together and do body work. You will also have to figure out what to do with your fuel door, the flare covers 3/4 of it. I started doing the bodywork part, then gave up because I had to trim them so much to make the seam disappear. I actually just received today the second pair of fronts I ordered. If you flip the fronts around and put on the opposite side of the truck, they almost fit.the problem is that they sit higher than the rears are supposed to so you have to trim your bed because you will have visible wheel well behind the flare.

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Im fine with trimming for the fuel door and gf does body work so she can glass them together so I should be fine.
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