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Kamotors Rivet on Fender flares.

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    Kamotors Rivet on Fender flares.

    EDIT: seems some info got erased. These flares are made to order please allow 2-3 weeks for shipment.

    EDIT:9/1//14
    $295shipped shipped for standard width and No door trim cut outs
    Rubber fender welting is NO longer available

    EDIT:3/3/14
    $350 shipped for ultrawides with no door trim cutout.

    EDIT:6/10/13
    $325 shipped for regular
    $385 shipped for ultrawide
    +$25 for fender welting
    Regular
    Ultra wide flares
    Front-1.9" clearance added
    Rear-2.5" clearance added

    Regular new design flares

    1.25" clearance added w/ inner lip cut
    1.9" clearance added






    UltraWIDE






    Dmoney's car running ultrawides

    BMW_Tuners car also on ultrawides

    and my car on standards

    Last edited by kamotors; 09-11-2014, 12:53 PM.

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    #2
    Subtle. I like it.
    harry/harout

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      #3
      yup, they arent huge bubble flares, but allow a nice wide tire still.

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        #4
        So what tire sizes are we talking here? 235, 255?
        sigpic

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          #5
          i may need dis, and they look hawt

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            #6
            I would say a square setup of 255 easy or a staggered setup with some 265-275ish out back. Like I said I'll get measurements soon.

            The tires on my car right now are only 225 but have a tread width of 8.9" which is wider than a lot of cheaper 245's.

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              #7
              nice if only I had a job. soon my precious.

              I would be keen to run 265
              sigpic

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                #8
                Very interested. Will there be a different set (rears) for early/late model cars? Or will they work for both?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Janderson View Post
                  Very interested. Will there be a different set (rears) for early/late model cars? Or will they work for both?
                  This.

                  If you've got a set for early cars I'm down to buy.
                  1984 325e m50nv/G260
                  1991 325i Mortdecai the pickup project
                  1991 Trans Am turboLSx/t56
                  1984 Husqvarna Abomination

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                    #10
                    I'm pretty sure early model would need to be different due to the being cut to clear the OEM door strips so up and down movement is about nothing. BUT... I have access to an early model this weekend and I'll see if it fits:)

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                      #11
                      In pending final fitment pics and price
                      Originally posted by blunttech
                      Always Always go for the reach around if there is an option

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by giantkeeper View Post
                        In pending final fitment pics and price
                        this.
                        1988 M6 - The real project.
                        1993 325i Vert - Project/Weekender
                        2013 ATS 2.0T - DD
                        1997 740i - sold
                        1987 325is Turbo -sold
                        1991 325ix - Sold
                        1990 m50 325is - sold
                        1987 535is - sold

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                          #13
                          I would be interesting in seeing a group buy.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Massimo View Post
                            So what tire sizes are we talking here? 235, 255?
                            You can run 235 fronts and 255 rears on stock rolled fenders.

                            Deff want to see these mounted on the car without the tape.

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                              #15
                              I can also sell welting rolls to give it a really clean fit with out damaging the paint underneath.

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