Stampede TrailRidrz Fender Flares
- Custom designed for precise fit
- Adds up to 2.5" of tire coverage
- Fits most trucks & SUVs
- Durable Tri-Blend ABS construction
- Extra wide for maximum coverage
- Adds style & protection
- Sold in a complete set for front & rear
- Available in a paintable smooth or matte textured black finish
- Made in the USA - Lawrenceville, GA
Stampede TrailRiderZ fender flares offer a form fitting appearance. They are made out of heavy duty ABS, giving you long lasting durability and protection. These fender flares are designed extra wide, boldly outlining your truck's wheel contours. They also protect your paint finish from unnecessary damage caused by flying debris.
Offering a paintable smooth finish or a matte black textured finish, these fender flares will match any color scheme out there. The thermo-molded Tri-Blend ABS not only protects your truck or suv from damage, but also adds a more rugged appearance. We know that function is a good thing, but so is style. If you're a person looking to beef up their exterior, these fender flares from Stampede do the trick.
In addition, they are also made out of heavy duty materials and withstand harsh weather conditions. And the best part is they won't crack or fade with time. Get your fender flares in either pairs of 2 or sets of 4, ensuring full or half body protection. If you're tired of nicks and scratches from flying rocks or other debris, then the Stampede TrailRiderZ are for you. Made by Stampede.
The Stampede TrailRidrZ fender flares are easy enough for anyone to install in about an hour. For additional information see the install manual below or call us at 1-866-309-1907 or 701-253-5906.
|Stampede TrailRidrz Fender Flares Installation Instructions|
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Stampede offers a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials or workmanship on the TrailRidrZ fender flares.
Product Reviews Summary
|Price / Value||3.8|
|Ease of Installation||3.7|
|26 Customer Reviews|
Part #: STA-8505-5F Posted on
|If I had it to do over again, I would have bought the ones that you have to drill the fenders outside edge to mount. The top edge I can tell will probably allow water to get in and collect around the bottom of the flare as no matter how tight you try to make it, it is still just a little loose at the top.|
Part #: STA-8531-2 Posted on
|I (me being a girl) installed these today on my 2016 Toyota Tundra and they look AWESOME. I did have a problem with the front fender spacer brackets not fitting right but I revamped them and they work perfect now. The tape strip you have to put on was very easy to install. Would recommend this product to anyone.|
Part #: STA-8512-5 Posted on
|makes the truck look nice... i would recommend having an extra set of hands to install cause you need to add a little below grease to line the holes up and get a tight fit.. the rear ones are a little harder to install.. I didn't like the clips it came with to hold them on.. so I got automotive exterior screws and predrilled More holes into the lip in the wheel well for a better tight fit and it secured better that way|
|Real Truck processing and shipping was great. The flares fit very well just minor misalignment with factory contour on the truck bed. Would be nice if factory made some moulded mud flaps to go with the flares.|
Part #: STA-8532-5 Posted on
|Put these on my 2015 F-150 about two months ago. The ones for the Ford are rounded to follow the shape of the Ford wheelwell, NOT square like the ones for the Chevrolet. (I was worried about that when I ordered them because it shows the square one in the photo.) I installed them myself. Installation was not hard, but not fast. I would say it took me an hour and a half or so. Give yourself some time to do it carefully and do it right. I installed the adhesive strip piece a couple of days before, because that also took a little time -- maybe 30 minutes or so. The clips did not fit right -- they weren't long enough to reach the holes, so I had to slide the clip on from the side instead of over the end. If I had someone pushing REALLY HARD on the flare, I probably could have gotten the the clip hole to line up with the fender well hole, but I didn't have any help, so I am hoping the sideways clips will be okay, They seem pretty snug, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.|