Bushwacker OE Style Fender Flare | Set of 4 - OE Matte Black
Give your GMC Sierra the appearance of an upmarket trim level with Bushwacker "OE" Style® Fender Flares. They're designed specifically to complement your vehicle's styling, so it looks like it came from the factory that way, with a fit, finish, and level of protection that exceeds original equipment.
You can leave your "OE" Style® Fender Flares with their original matte black finish for a sporty, blackout look. Or, paint them to match or accent the body color for the look of limited-edition luxury or something completely customized.
Made in the USA from sturdy Dura-Flex® 2000 material, these flares are warp-resistant and tailor made for each application. Despite their bolted-on appearance, these flares install easily with minimal drilling for a secure fit.
And since they're ready to install out of the box, there's no waiting on paint, and no hassle with installation.
- Adds up to 2.00 in. of tire coverage, easy install
- pre-finished in Deep Ruby Metallic (Paint Code: GCE)
- Strong Dura-Flex® 2000 material
- Limited lifetime warranty, materials & 3 yr finish
- Made in the USA
- Front Pair Part # 40119-02
- Rear Pair Part # 40116-02
- Replacement pair part numbers are matte black only
Front Flare Tire Coverage: 2.00 in.
Rear Flare Tire Coverage: 1.75 in.
Front Flare Height: 6.50 in.
Rear Flare Height: 6.50 in.
Front Aftermarket Bumper Compatible: Yes
Rear Aftermarket Bumper Compatible: Yes
Fitment Note: Ensure color match by confirming vehicle paint code - commonly located on the driver door jamb or in the glove box., Does not fit dually models
Bold Style & Design Is As Tough As It Looks
Stainless Steel Bolts Do Not Touch Vehicle Body
Dura-Flex 2000 Material Is Built To Last
Bushwacker products are designed to be installed by everyday people, incorporating full color images and easy-to-follow steps in a simple Acrobat PDF file that makes the process a fun project!
This part features a #2 installation rating from Bushwacker.
A number 2 installation rating can require typical garage tools and some experience, and sometimes require more time and drilling into existing plastic components such as a wheel well liner or moulding. If you're familiar with basic shop tools, a number 2 install rating should be no problem for you.