- Rubber Wheel Arch Flares
- Fibre Glass Wheel Arch Flares
You own a 4x4 Toyota, Jeep, Mitsubishi, Holden, Nissan, Land Rover, or Ford, and have added extra large or wide tires onto your vehicle. What do you need to do next? Serious off-road enthusiasts install wheel arch flares. They are stylish, and perform as a safety part for your vehicle. High performance off road tires tend to extend outside of a stock wheel well. The protruding tires can cause problems for you and other drivers on the road. If your tires bulge outside the line of your 4x4, you probably need to install these flares to comply with municipality law and requirements for off-road vehicles.Sometimes called fender flares or wheel arch supports, wheel arch flares are practical, affordable, and easy to install. They are usually black in colour, and are constructed from a type of impact resistant material, such as rubber and resin, urethane, or reinforced fibreglass. They additionally protect your 4WD body from mud, road grime, stones, and other debris that your tires pick up when driving. These flares come in a variety to fit any make, model, or year of off-road vehicle. If you can’t find a universal kit to fit your 4x4, specific flare kits for vehicles can also be purchased.
Extra wide wheel arch flares are available to fit certain Land Rovers. Pocket flares for Jeep TJ are sold. Flexi arches and flexi flares provide a custom fit on other 4WD transportation. The standard flare is the most economic but still utilizes high quality materials. Deluxe flares are very practical in design, and are available in a wide selection to fit many 4x4 models. Manufacture style flares are the top of the line. They are designed to fit late model vehicles with similarities to genuine factory flares. These have added strength and durability.
Australians know the value of wheel arch flares. If your OEM flares are damaged or you have different wheel offsets, the addition of aftermarket flares can help. They provide your off-road vehicle with a customized 4x4 look that is also entirely functional, while supplying the best protection for your 4x4 body. When ordering your flares, have the year, make, and model of your 4WD available. Whether it’s a wagon, single, or double cab is important too. Flare material will not let you down. It will not scratch, split, or crack when scraped and bumped. Go ahead and go off-road today with no worries!