4 Unbelievable Trucks with Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares

Bushwacker Pocket Style fender flares are a modern classic.  And that makes sense.  They look like they take alot of work to install, but they really don’t.  And as any congressman can tell you, it’s better to look like you’ve put in alot of hours than actually doing so.  Though the pocket-style’s visible bolts look like they go straight through the fenders, that you’ve done a crapton of drilling and zinc-coating and repainting and such, they’re actually snapped on from underneath, using existing hardware holes.
Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares - Tonka T-Rex F-350

But they still work.  We could give you a collection of buzzwords like “MAXIMUM PROTECTION,” but we’d rather just show you, with a bunch of awesome trucks that opted for Pocket Style.  Check it. Continue reading “4 Unbelievable Trucks with Bushwacker Pocket Style Fender Flares”

How to Spend All Day Installing Fender Flares

Bushwacker Fender FlaresIt’s supposed to be nice this weekend, and that’s a problem.  You’d like nothing more than to spend all day out in the cool breeze and sunshine, soaking up the spring, working on your truck.  But it doesn’t need any work.  You just changed the oil.  The tune-up is fresh.  The only thing you have left to do is slap on those Bushwacker Pocket Style fender flares you just got from us. Continue reading “How to Spend All Day Installing Fender Flares”

Fender Flares: More than a Good Show

Bushwacker Fender FlaresIf you’ve never seen the US military’s quad-engine AC-130 airplane deploy its “Angel” decoy, you’re in for a pleasant surprise.  The Angel decoy is an array for flares, heated projectiles designed to fool heat seeking missiles, distracting them from those four big, warm engines.  Like the AC-130 itself, the Angel decoy is both beautiful and functional. Continue reading “Fender Flares: More than a Good Show”