Need Fender Flares for Your Track Mustang's Wheels and Tires?

Discussion in 'Corner Carver Racing Tech Discussion' started by Ike, Apr 25, 2015.

  1. Ike

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    Even though I'm more of a lurker, I figured it's worth a post since people keep asking me to PM them :p

    I picked up these ZG flares for a 240z http://www.zgfenderflares.com/
    Not affiliated in any way with them, in fact I was considering making my own mustang-specific ones to sell...

    I got the rear 3" ones and they become 2.5" flares when I've stretched them up over the stock fenders.

    I eyeballed the cut based on Fair's pictures of his cuts, and did it with a sawsall while it was on the car, and being careful to not hit the tire... took a few minutes and looks great. The diameter of the opening was about 1" too narrow, but I just stretched it, taped it, and drilled for rivets, and it came out fine. I don't really care how my car looks, so I just used zip ties in the front bumper plastic, although there's probably a better solution out there.

    I did it on the front so I could have 62 degrees of steering angle... but they should work on the rear no problem... it's the same diameter.
     

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  2. o2sys

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    So is your front track wider than the rear?
     
  3. mavisky

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    Used those on my old autocross Talon back in the day.

    [​IMG]
     
  4. Shok

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    Part of me wants minor body damage so I have an excuse to install these
     
  5. Ike

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    Sure, why?
     
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