CRE Rocker Flares 148
- Give a custom look to any vehicle
- Includes matching mud flaps & hardware kit
- Molded ABS plastic with a black textured finish
- Provide protection of your truck or SUV from debris
- Minor drilling is required for installation of mud flaps and rocker flares
- One year warranty
- Made in the USA - Logan, Utah
Rollin' down the highway, looking great and deflecting damage to your pickup truck or SUV is what a set of CRE rocker flares are all about. Not only are they the perfect finishing touch for your truck or SUV, CRE rocker panels provide the vital protection against hot rocks and rolling stones that can chip your paint.
CRE cuts your rocker flares to a custom-fitted shape. Each piece is carefully trimmed from 3/16 inch automotive-grade ABS and fits tight. Some models also include a set of 4 splash guards to complete this total protection package. Installation is a cinch.
CRE includes high-quality screws, custom bits, prep pads, and heavy-duty adhesive tape along with detailed instructions. All you have to do is grab your drill and set aside an hour to do the job. Best yet, CRE rocker flares are backed with a one-year warranty.
Order NotesIf your Toyota Tacoma or Dodge Dakota has factory fender flares, annotate this within the order notes. CRE will trim the rocker flares to accommodate the fender flares.
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The CRE rocker flares by CRE Products is an easy at home installation. Minor drilling is required for installation. For additional information call us at 1-877-216-5446 or 701-253-5906.
|CRE 135 Installation Instructions|
1 Year Warranty
CRE side body rocker flares with mud flaps comes with a one-year warranty.
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|Price / Value||5.0|
|Ease of Installation||5.0|
|1 Customer Review|
|excellent product. I got these more to keep the slush and salt off the side, but am impressed with the quality. I had them installed in about an hour, I kept my stock slash guards, and trimmed the rockers to contour fit them, was quite easy, I made a template out of heavy card stock, matched and measured how much I needed to trim, then traced the card pattern to each side. I only had to make one pattern as I just flipped it for other side, and it was the same on the back.
Did I say they look great as well?