Frequently Asked Questions

Since our launch in 2019, we have received ongoing praise for the design and style of Defender Flares - but a few questions as well. We've listed these below so that we can help answer them in a way that helps you in the most efficient way possible.

If you're not seeing the answer you were hoping for, please email us!

 

Are Defender Flares available for a vehicle not on our website? (i.e. Ford F-150, Ram 1500/2500/3500, etc)

We're working hard on developing new Defender Flare designs for a wide variety of vehicles, mostly likely including the vehicle you're inquiring about. Many are already completed in CAD! If you'd like to speed up the process, we'd be happy to organize a group buy on a forum to get tooling into production at a faster pace. For more information on group buys, please see that topic below. Otherwise, the best way to get a Defender Flare on your truck is to help us get the word out! 

 

Does Liberty Products sponsor truck builds?

Many of the trucks you see at events, shows, and fairs include aftermarket accessories generously donated or sold at cost to the builder, which quite often is using their own vehicle as a starting point. Liberty Products is happy to contribute product when appropriate - depending on the exposure of the vehicle including which events will be attended, other brands associated, and if professional photography will be captured of the truck outside of the show. If you're interested in Defender Flares for your build just drop us a line!

 

Does Liberty Products support Group Buys for new Defender Flares for trucks or SUVs currently not supported?

Group buys are a great way to launch a new product, allowing for the opportunity to meet customer demand and potentially get a discount or special offers not available after product launch. Typically organized through forums, group buys have transcended into mass appeal through services like Kickstarter or Gofundme to support the significant costs of developing new products - often requiring tens of thousands of dollars in tooling costs and materials to start. 

Long story short, if you feel there is enough demand we're willing to discuss details!