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Bushwacker Pocket Fender Flares, as first seen in the Bronco Accessories catalog.

I understand everyone has their own favorite flavor of ice cream, but I just don’t understand why these flares even exist. They are godawful IMO. From Dean Dupuis on FB

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From Accessories Catalog.

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Bushwacker Pocket Fender Flares, as first seen in the Bronco Accessories catalog.

I understand everyone has their own favorite flavor of ice cream, but I just don’t understand why these flares even exist. They are godawful IMO. From Dean Dupuis on FB

2021 Bronco Bushwacker Fender Flares Pocket Style 1.jpg
2021 Bronco Bushwacker Fender Flares Pocket Style 2.jpg




2021 Bronco Bushwacker Fender Flares Pocket Style 3.jpg





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From Accessories Catalog.

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TOTALLY AGREE. THEY LOOK REDICULOUS. Perhaps they would be better for the Warthog or a Baha Ultra.
 

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The flares are so big they overlap the rear door... so the flare has to be divided into pieces... one remains on the rear quarter and the other sticks to the door.

Not sure they really had any options but:

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Now, those are what I call pretty bad.
 

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Looks like the better designers worked on the Bronco and the nepotistic hired nephew was given crayons to design the flares
 

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Thanks.

Thought I had seen that one before... had to go through the pics on my phone. These pics were shot in my buddies studio:


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What the fenders should have been from factory. Gives it the "original" Bronco look, and they just look better than stock. They should do a wider version with more coverage and a soft lip for everyday use.
 
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