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    FS: C7 Front & Rear Wheel Opening Flare Extension Moldings, black

    Front Wheel Opening Flare Extension Moldings, black, left GM 23109513, right GM23109512, were installed on C7 Corvette Z06, used 100 miles, $35.00 plus shipping COD. I replaced these flaps with “elephant ear” truck flaps for more protection, less looks.

    Rear Wheel Opening Moldings, black, left GM 2349902, right GM 23489903, were installed on C7 Corvette Z06, used 100 miles, $35.00 plus shipping COD. I replaced these with the GM mudflaps for more protection, less looks.
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    Will these fit on a C7 Stingray?

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    I put the GM part numbers so the buyer could verify the exact fit as needed.

    Front Wheel Opening Moldings, black, left GM 23109513, right GM23109512.
    Rear Wheel Opening Moldings, black, left GM 2349902, right GM 23489903.

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    you might want to mention these are stock stone deflectors to avoid confusion....

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    Yes these are stock....I had written;
    Front Wheel Moldings, I replaced these flaps with “elephant ear” truck flaps for more protection, less looks.
    Rear Wheel Moldings, I replaced these with the GM mudflaps for more protection, less looks.
    which I thought would have covered the fact that they were stock parts.

    This would be for someone who may have had their car damaged and wanted replacement parts at reduced pricing.

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    So these ones slightly stick out? Any pictures of them installed on a vehicle? I will buy them right now. I have been online looking to see but the part numbers aren't helping. It basically pulls up a blue print style image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infidel 1 View Post
    So these ones slightly stick out? Any pictures of them installed on a vehicle? I will buy them right now. I have been online looking to see but the part numbers aren't helping. It basically pulls up a blue print style image.
    No, these are what your car probably already has if it's stock. They don't stick out at all, they sit flush with the fenders.

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