I'm wanting to replace my fiberglass flares... anybody have any steel flares they never got around to installing?
Be wary of steel flares, quality is poor on most and they need more rework than building your own. I returned the set I had and went fiberglass, which is truer to real Group 4 anyway.
Larry Stock of PPC in Carson City, NV has stock steel flares on the shelf. Note that ALL steel flares are made oversized so they can be trimmed to the exact size YOUR Pantera needs. GT-5 flares & GR-4 flares are not the same. Matter of fact, ALL fenders for the various years are NOT exact interchanges! Deal with a source who has a return policy, as Jules said above.
For what it’s worth the shop that installed GR-4 steel flares onto my car said that they needed some work to get them to fit properly but starting with them was much better than starting from scratch. They came from a vendor in Cal.
I was led to believe that Dennis Quella (Pantera Performance Center in Colorado Springs) has the best steel Group 4 flares. All the CA/NV guys use the same source and they are junk IMO, they don't have anything close to a curved profile.