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How to Install Bushwacker Fender Flares

Break-down of Installation Procedures

When you buy the right set of fender flares, you can have all four ready to roll in less than an hour. Bushwacker Fender Flares feature easy bolt-on installation by using the pre-existing factory holes and follow just a few simple steps. Here’s a rundown of what installing your Bushwacker Fender Flares should look like:

How to Install Bushwacker Fender Flares:

  • Remove factory bolts from inside the fender well
  • Keep those factory bolts nearby in case you need to reinstall them
  • Clean the area with an alcohol-based solvent
  • Verify the flare’s fit by holding it up to the vehicle
  • Peel the adhesive backing from the rubber seal and press the trim into place along the edge of the flare (sticky side in), continuing to pull the backing free as you continue to work around the flare
  • Hold flare in place on the fender and apply a moderate amount of pressure to ensure a tight seal
  • Fasten with the included screws, clips or your factory bolts using the existing factory holes
  • Tighten all the screws and you’re ready to hit the road

Tools Required:

  • 7mm socket wrench
  • 1/2” socket
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Drill and Phillips drill bit
  • Utility knife
  • Grease pencil
  • Drill
  • 5/16” Drill Bit
  • T45 Torx Bit
  • Awl (optional)

Get the Right Fit for Your Ride:

Fender flares come in a variety of styles, from low-profile to big and bold. If you’re looking for a sleek, factory look, we offer street-style fender flares that add a shapely look to your ride without adding outrageous width. On the other extreme, extra-wide fender flares redirect damaging road debris and offer enough additional clearance for your oversized off-road wheels and tires. Choose your own amount of coverage with extended fender flares that allow for widths ranging from one to three inches, depending on your vehicle’s specifications. The most popular option is the easy-to-install pocket-style flares that add all the style with none of the damage. The majority of pocket flares also include decorative stainless steel bolts that provide riveted accents for a tough, aggressive look.

AutoAnything offers the most popular varieties of fender flares from Bushwacker and each pair is completely custom-made for your exact vehicle, so whether you’re looking for new F-150 or Chevy Silverado fender flares, or how to install Bushwacker fender flares, we’re here to help.

Hitting the Road

Now that you’ve got some insider information about the different types of fender flares and what’s likely to be involved in Bushwacker installation, you’re ready to hit the road. Find your precision-fit fender flares at AutoAnything and get extra protection for your mod budget, thanks to our 1-Year, Lower Price Guarantee and Free Shipping. If you’re still not sure which fender flare style or brand is best for your vehicle, check out our numerous customer reviews to see which fender flares F-250 and other truck drivers recommend.

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