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Post by Guest on 10/10/2009, 11:29 pm

With the flares on the holden vans, (the ones made from fibreglass like Brett has on his blue van), where they off another model (eg VH commodre group c) or were they a specially made unit?
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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by pano on 11/10/2009, 2:03 am

Shocked well i wouldnt no but dont tell me ur thinkig of filling ur van with fibreglass and bog pale it would be alot cooler with steel flares. but thats just me Neutral
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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by vanner065 on 11/10/2009, 3:10 am

will try and find out for you Agro
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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by Guest on 12/10/2009, 1:38 pm

pano wrote:Shocked well i wouldnt no but dont tell me ur thinkig of filling ur van with fibreglass and bog pale it would be alot cooler with steel flares. but thats just me Neutral

every good van is filled fibreglass and bog Twisted Evil

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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by pano on 13/10/2009, 11:24 am

well i just hate it whan ppl say that! u can make a car str8 with a file led spray putty extra primer coats and sh#t louds of blocking Very Happy i guess every one can tell that im not to keen on bog and the thort of fibreglass stuck to a car body with some polyurethane and prettied up with wipe of bog doesnt make me happy
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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by Guest on 13/10/2009, 1:07 pm

I found some HQ flares but they just don't look right. I don't know how they'd look on a van?


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Post by Guest on 10/11/2009, 1:24 pm

vanner065 wrote:will try and find out for you Agro

How did you go James?
I thought of the Bedford type but not sure how they would look.

Just not sure whether to go Innervisions style or Wizard style. I know they were both metal ones welded on but the fibreglass way will be easier for me to do.

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Post by vanner065 on 16/11/2009, 9:44 pm

Havn't heard from Brett for quite a while Agro. They do look like SLR type flares , give them a try if you can find some
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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by Guest on 17/11/2009, 10:06 am

I know a bloke who has some of them James
I'll have to try them to see what they look like.
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Post by 70s-groover on 18/11/2009, 2:57 am

Agro, i sold a rear pair of brand new unused old stock fibreglass flares for HQ-WB ute/van to Sam, ask him or maybe get someone to make a mould from them ????
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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by Guest on 18/11/2009, 11:23 am

Thanks Azza
I'll ask him. Very Happy Very Happy

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Post by Guest on 6/1/2010, 12:52 pm

Does it look like this van has these type of flares to you?


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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by CURSED on 7/1/2010, 11:00 am

similar size to A9X flares
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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by Guest on 7/1/2010, 11:11 am

The only thing is that they dont bolt onto the side of the car, they bolt under the guard lip.

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Post by Buzz on 13/2/2010, 8:08 am

My honest opinion mate is to go steel flares they look a lot better instaed of those fibreglass things you just need to find an old school beater that will do them and finish them off without bog.

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Post by CURSED on 17/2/2010, 2:06 pm

i think bluewiremotorsport.com had some metal flare kits
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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by Guest on 17/2/2010, 2:09 pm

Still deciding what to do.
I'm going to get the offset of the rears to fit snuggly under the rear, so i'll have to give the measurements to the wheel modifier.
Then i can see what happens from there.

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Re: Flares on Holden vans

Post by highwaymenace on 17/2/2010, 2:15 pm

Hey Ag's pm sent.

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