They come with a free shipping, so here is your quote
Unfortunately Bushwacker did not specify if they are going to make set specifically for Canyon, but we will update you on the forum as soon as we get any news.
Could you quote a price for Colorado SB flares to area code T5E 5E8 please.
Any images of what these look like on the driver's side of a short bed Colorado with the gas tank cover? Guessing the design cuts out and curious about it before I pull the trigger on these as I can't stand how some other brands have handled. Thanks.
It does seem kind of strange that they don't show a photo of the D.S rear flare for the shortbed's, after all the gas tank cover is the only reason they require two versions.,.,..,
This is from from Bushwacker:
Unfortunately the Colorado flares are not compatible with the Canyon. We are expecting the Canyon flares to be ready sometime at the end of this year.
Thanks for the update @builtbybill
I haven't seen any posts on this and got a "try and see" message from Weathertech, but any chance you know or have heard if these would work with the Weathertech no-drill mudflaps? I currently have the non-fender flare versions but curious if their other option for factory flares installed would work with these. Bushwacker said universal (drilled) ones would work but I'd prefer to not go that route if I don't have to. Thanks.
I don't think it's very likely either version of the Weathetech mudflap (or GM flaps) will work with these flares. Nice to see Weathertech was so helpful with your request for product info! But to be fair, I wouldn't expect them to know how their product fits with that of another manufacturer. I wouldn't be to concerned with drilling to install mudflaps on these flares. Their not metal, so the rusting concerns is not there like it would be drilling into the trucks box or fender.
Anyone know how these flares install, is it just with two sided tape, or is it with some sort of mechanical fasteners?