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    Stock Flares

    I now have stock fiberglass fender flares for the front and rear of the GTS/Trueno for those who want to cut off the rust and still maintain the stock look of the car. Price is $175usd shipped for all 4 pieces. It can only be bought by pairs and price is $95usd/pr. You install this by riveting it on the body and covering that portion with body filler. Well, it all depends on how you want to install it.






    Please do email me at toycoolrolla@yahoo.com

    Btw, these are in the Philippines.
    Last edited by TOYCOOLROLLA; 02-22-2006 at 06:03 AM.

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    I purchased the 1" flares from toycoolrolla...quality part that was well packaged.

    thumbs up

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    how much would it be for just the rears? btw.. quality looking pieces
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Ambiguous
    how much would it be for just the rears? btw.. quality looking pieces

    Quote Originally Posted by TOYCOOLROLLA
    It can only be bought by pairs and price is $95usd/pr.
    Last edited by TheChad; 02-22-2006 at 04:49 PM.

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    got any pics with the flares installed?
    like with the rivets...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben83
    got any pics with the flares installed?
    like with the rivets...
    I don't have it because we rarely do that here. I just did that because there was a request for the stock arches that will replace the rusted portion of the fenders.

    When mounting this, you just rivet it on and cover the rivet with filler and sand it down and do everything just the way you prep your car. hth.

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    hmm,
    if i had your fender flares previously mounted on. so the fenders are cut up already.
    would these stock looking flare still rivet up?

    if i ever did it i would only have to do the rear since the front fenders are way cheaper than the rear quarter panel.

    i guess i didnt know what is it riveting onto since where the stock lines are, are already cut up? i dont know do you know what i mean.

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    Once I've got next month's rent squared away I'm gonna order a set of rears.

    I'm stoked!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ben83
    hmm,
    if i had your fender flares previously mounted on. so the fenders are cut up already.
    would these stock looking flare still rivet up?

    if i ever did it i would only have to do the rear since the front fenders are way cheaper than the rear quarter panel.

    i guess i didnt know what is it riveting onto since where the stock lines are, are already cut up? i dont know do you know what i mean.
    take out the flares, hammer the OE quarterpanels' "cut up" bits back to where they belong, and stick these over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben83
    hmm,
    if i had your fender flares previously mounted on. so the fenders are cut up already.
    would these stock looking flare still rivet up?

    if i ever did it i would only have to do the rear since the front fenders are way cheaper than the rear quarter panel.

    i guess i didnt know what is it riveting onto since where the stock lines are, are already cut up? i dont know do you know what i mean.
    Well, you will have to leave a small portion of the arch so that the fiberglass flares will be mounted onto it. I will get back to you for pics when i get my PC fixed. I'm just using a public computer right now.:crybaby:

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    a newly designed wide flares will be available very soon, please do watch for it. this will fit the gts/trueno and even the levin.




    i will also be having lip spoilers that will fit the trueno kouki bumpers...pics will be up very soon.

    i'll be making a new thread for this items as they become available.

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    Toycoolrolla--Is a great seller, very cool person to deal with, received items in condition as described, very nicely packaged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOYOTA
    Toycoolrolla--Is a great seller, very cool person to deal with, received items in condition as described, very nicely packaged.

    Thanks man.

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    I'll be interested in those redesigned flares when they come about. Please keep me updated and if you have more pics please feel free to share them.
    Matt H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chromedragon
    I'll be interested in those redesigned flares when they come about. Please keep me updated and if you have more pics please feel free to share them.
    I will have new pics and a new thread next week for the new flares.

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    re: where in the philippines and what store stocks them

    Hey there Toycoolcolla,

    Where in the Philippines and whats the name of the store thats selling the wide flares?

    Also how much are they, let me know as soon as you can.


    Thanks,

    Sidewinder

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    I think the store is called "Rhett's Place." At least thats what i've gathered from club4ag in the past couple years. I've also never heard something bad about his product/service. I've never bought anything, but have spoken through email/pm's before and he was very quick to answer all my questions.
    There's a good chance i'm gonna be trying to get some wonky bellhousing from him in the near future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SideWinder
    Hey there Toycoolcolla,

    Where in the Philippines and whats the name of the store thats selling the wide flares?

    Also how much are they, let me know as soon as you can.


    Thanks,

    Sidewinder
    The shops name is toycool garage and i make all ae86 parts there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOYOTA
    Toycoolrolla--Is a great seller, very cool person to deal with, received items in condition as described, very nicely packaged.
    +1! rhett is definately a cool guy! i got the 1 inch flares off of him and they arrived promptly. wow, you're getting so much lovin' in this thread

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