2015 Colorado Fender flares by Bushwacker at CARiD - Chevy Colorado & GMC Canyon
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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 10-15-2015, 08:48 AM Thread Starter
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2015 Colorado Fender flares by Bushwacker at CARiD

Hi everyone,
we have good news for 2nd gen Colorado owners! Off-road fender flares for your trucks are now available at CARiD. They are made by one of the most popular fender flare manufacturer Bushwacker. These Pocket style flares come in OE matte black finish and available for both 62.7 and 74.0 beds

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Bushwacker® - Pocket Style™ Fender Flares






Front Flare Tire Coverage: 1.50 in.
Rear Flare Tire Coverage: 1.50 in.
Front Flare Height: 5.50 in.
Rear Flare Height: 5.50 in.


These fender flares come either in sets of 4 or in sets of 2, if you only need them for the back or the front of your truck.

Mounting kit comes in set!

These are in stock as of right now, inquire for the price quotes in the comments below! Don't forget to include your shipping zip!
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Any idea if they intend to build some specifically for the Canyon styling?
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I'll have to get a set of these for my Colorado Z71 Trail Boss!!! I have it leveled but I need to lift it and widen the stance to fill those things out first. They look fantastic! What will it take to get a set of four for a short bed? My Zip is 68123.


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Agree, these fender flares look really awesome on a Colorado.
They come with a free shipping, so here is your quote for a set of 4 fender flares (Front and rear):

Subtotal: $499.99
Shipping cost: $0.00
TOTAL: $499.99


You can order them from this link: Bushwacker® - Chevy Colorado 2015 Pocket Style? Fender Flares
Or by phone at 800-505-3274


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.
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How about a price for my laser blue... 16507
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How about a price for my laser blue... 16507
The price for a complete set of 4 pieces will be the same:
Subtotal: $499.99
Shipping cost: $0.00
TOTAL: $499.99

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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.
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Unfortunately the manufacturer did not provide a picture of the driver side rear flare. You can check the pictures of the forum members here who already have the flares installed.

You can check out the passenger side rear flare too:

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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.
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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.
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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.,.,..,

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This is from from Bushwacker:

Hello Bill,
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

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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?

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Here is the quote including the shipping cost to T5E 5E8

Subtotal: $499.99
Shipping cost: $173.09
TOTAL: $673.08
Shipping time 10-14 business days
There will be additional charges on the border, brokerage fees and duty since it's an international shipment.
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Here is the quote including the shipping cost to T5E 5E8

Subtotal: $499.99
Shipping cost: $173.09
TOTAL: $673.08
Shipping time 10-14 business days
There will be additional charges on the border, brokerage fees and duty since it's an international shipment.
You can read more about Canadian shipping terms here.

Thanks for the quick reply on the quote.

As suspected the "free shipping" statement on the previous quotes should not be assumed to be a blanket statement for all member of the forum. I.E. Canadians

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As of today, there are no forum members who were brave enough to buy and install them on a short bed.

I don't think anyone is going to buy them for a short bed if they are so ugly that they refuse to supply a picture. Heck, that side could even be in 2 pieces with a skinny filler piece in between.

A good dealer would buy a set, color match them, install them in a You Tube video, and measure the reduction in front and rear wheel well to tire clearance so prospective buyers could evaluate them before spending hard earned cash. Oh, and then he would post a pic of the driver's side short bed rear flare clearly showing how they implemented the gas flap clearance cut on the forums. Just saying...



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Unfortunately the manufacturer did not provide a picture of the driver side rear flare. You can check the pictures of the forum members here who already have the flares installed.

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I'm going to bite the bullet and give them a try since can always return them and just be out the shipping. I didn't care for the quality of the Smittybilt compared to these and EGR had 2" protection ones which might work better for me (have 0 offset on 255/65/17 wheels but thinking about 265/70/17 Toyos once originals wear out) has in my opinion a horrible curve on the backside. Also fear that 2" might be pushing it to what someone described as a Tonka truck look especially if I am 1-2 years out from new tires. I am too impatient to wait for local stores to get these in at the end of this month/early December since my kickback is horrible right now (see pic). Looks like they will ship in the next 2 days so expect to have them early next week. I will hold up and take pics once I get them for others to get an idea. Still on the fence color matching or not considering the matte black seems different than my side steps and air dam/bumper/stock plastic but at the same time would be more resistant matte than painted.
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Just got them in today and kinda on the fence still, but feeling if I keep them, they would look best color matched. I'm wanting to like them as I need the coverage protection or I'd be happier without them and the cost. Attached is the gas tank side so people can see the cut out. Please note I have these clipped on the best I could as I'm holding off on installing until I make up my mind and didn't mess with the bolts yet. Thoughts and opinions gladly welcomed.
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Just got them in today and kinda on the fence still, but feeling if I keep them, they would look best color matched. I'm wanting to like them as I need the coverage protection or I'd be happier without them and the cost. Attached is the gas tank side so people can see the cut out. Please note I have these clipped on the best I could as I'm holding off on installing until I make up my mind and didn't mess with the bolts yet. Thoughts and opinions gladly welcomed.
Thanks for posting the pics! I was wondering how they'd look with stock tire size. I don't think the gas cover cutout looks bad at all. Much better than I was expecting. I'm thinking color matched would be nice also. I have a Laser Blue long bed on order and I've been trying to decide between the OEM flares w/ WeatherTech mudflaps or these and yet to be determined mudflaps.
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Thanks for posting the pics! I was wondering how they'd look with stock tire size. I don't think the gas cover cutout looks bad at all. Much better than I was expecting. I'm thinking color matched would be nice also. I have a Laser Blue long bed on order and I've been trying to decide between the OEM flares w/ WeatherTech mudflaps or these and yet to be determined mudflaps.
The WeatherTech flaps look and worked great until the new wheels. If I keep the flares, I might see how everything goes with them for a while before researching mudflaps again. Other reason I feel painting might be a must is these arrived slightly scuffed up (not cut or anything) in a few places and just water and a rag didn't do much. I'm guessing the bolts might improve the look as they probably compliment the rivet design in the wheels. In my opinion, the matte black looks kinda dull and cheap compared the the EGR flares Tilley put on his truck, but still like the cutout on these more.
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Just wanted to add after talking with a paint shop, these came ready to prime and paint versus being optional in his opinion. Might be something to keep in mind for those not wanting to paint as this might be why I felt the finish looked cheap and dull on these compared to others with a textured matte black.
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Just got them in today and kinda on the fence still, but feeling if I keep them, they would look best color matched. I'm wanting to like them as I need the coverage protection or I'd be happier without them and the cost. Attached is the gas tank side so people can see the cut out. Please note I have these clipped on the best I could as I'm holding off on installing until I make up my mind and didn't mess with the bolts yet. Thoughts and opinions gladly welcomed.
I think they'll look great once color matched and the rivets are in place. If you have second thoughts after that I'm sure you'll find a buyer on here somewhere.

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