CP: Foam Home For years I have been hoarding particular sets of fender flares. When they came on the market, I bought them. After years of work I have exactly two sets. The rears are okay, but a bit too wide. If you go back through this thread, you will see a few photos where I have sectioned them and managed to get them close to what I want/need. Unfortunately, the fronts aren't so easy. There are two major issues with the ones I have: 1. they fit like crap 2. they don't extend down to that fancy new splitter that I made. So what is one to do? Make your own. Bring on the foam (specifically Great Stuff Big Gap Filler insulation). Some advice for anyone attempting this at home. Apply the foam in layers and wait. What you see above is the result of me globbing two cans on. There were a few issues with this approach. This stuff keeps growing, even after you think it's stopped, which left me with A LOT of excess to get rid of. It also hardened on the outside faster than it cures on the inside, so the next day when I started trimming, I found an huge internal void with sticky goo in there. I've started to rough shape the one side. I started with sanding disks, but I have way too much material, so I employed an electric turkey carver, which worked great. Here are things after the first trimming. There is still a bunch of excess material there, but I'm starting to move towards a shape that works. Hopefully some more dusty photos by the weekend to show you the finished sculpture. I will not be turning these into a plug. It's just way too much work. I will be fiberglassing directly on top of the foam (with a tape barrier as a release agent) and body finishing the top of them. Down the road, I could always make a mold from them if I wanted.