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Hey guys, so I'm fairly new to the prerunner type scene, always had big diesels in the past. But decided I wanted to build a 4wd long travel Tacoma. Got the truck & now starting to research & price everything out. My question is what are the best options for fenders & bedsides, fit & finish wise, durability, etc...good brands to look at, reasonable price range...sorry I know its probably been a ton of threads on it, but I haven't had a lot of time to spend online searching. BTW it's a 2000 Tacoma 4x4 extended cab TIA
 

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I'm sure some guys will chime in here, but I know glassworks offers good stuff. Not sure about fiberworx or some of the other companies. I'm pretty sure there's a few threads about this stuff if you use the search feature.
 

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Go with glassworks or fiberworx as he said. Stay away from cheap odd brand stuff.
 

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Thank you, I'll start looking in to the glassworks stuff! Thanks again & any other input is welcome...
 

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Here is a set of glassworks that I got off someone recently

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Unknown brand on the front, and glassworks on the back, I believe 4.5" on stock taco axle

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I had a set of glassworks front and rear...

never installed them because I didn't have a dent in muh truck.

couldn't come to terms with cutting the dent free
oem bedsides just to put some fragile glass in it's place.

so I sold all of it.

I'll admit it looks cool...
but IMO, looks ain't everything.
 

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Call Kartek and nag them to make the polethylene fenders for our trucks:D
 

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Call Kartek and nag them to make the polethylene fenders for our trucks:D
Thought I read...
there was some ebay dweeb producing/selling those ? :dunno:
'least I thought I remember reading about some dissatisfied customers :xcrybaby:

No... I'm not searching that product/seller for you :shame:

good luck tho' :shiner: :D
 

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Glassworks will ship their fenders - a pair for your truck will cost $710, plus shipping and tax of $280.50. Maybe you can get the 10% TTORA discount. Chek 'em out at glassworksunlimited.com
 
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