While primarily used on various coupes, such as VW GTI, Hyundai Veloster, Honda Civic, Dodge Challenger, Subaru BR-Z, MINI Cooper and others, this line could also be used on 4-door sedans and hatchbacks, such as Mazda3 (your fabrication talents will come into play though as you will have to get creative with the door opening). Sliders come in 2 different sizes, have a flat profile and have uneven-sized ends (with one being “fatter”). While primarily mounted over rear quarter panels, we’ve seen instances where people mount them “backwards” over front fenders.
Make sure to read this – you will need to drill and cut your original fender flares and/or quarter panels in order to install these Slider 12cm fender flares on your car.
Our overfenders are installed with rivets and bolts – you will need to drill your stock fenders and/or quarter panels.
You will need to install a lowered suspension and wider wheels to achieve the right stance.
Use a heatgun (or a hair dryer) to heat up the flares and mold them into place to follow factory body lines.