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Any one have a review or feed back on the factory fender flares? Or does anyone know of a aftermarket source even mud flaps would be nice.
 

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I bit the bullet and bought the flares, definitely a good investment, keeps the mud off my wife’s face. Worth the cash.
 

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Got a pic or two? How's the sight line to the driver tire?
I was a little worried about the sight line when I was installing, but after a 4 hr test ride in the N GA mountains really no issues at all getting through some very technical trails. It does feel bigger from the cock pit definitely I little harder to get lined up on the trailer, but the cab stays much cleaner hopefully my wife or daughter won’t get hit in the face with mud or rocks.
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Those look good! Yeah, don't want to piss off the person you had to convince in the first place to get your toy. Good call!
 

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JDawg, Did you have trouble removing the screw inside the door well? It is WAY harder getting these things on than for !!the guy in the installation video !!
 

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JDawg, my question exactly. I sweated over that frigg’n screw for 30 minutes before I gave up. I used a phillips screw driver with a right angle on it. Not the most expensive tool. What did you use? I’m thinking About trying to take the door off. Any hints a gratefully accepted.
 

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I just cut the screw off with a hacksaw (after cutting plastic away from the old flares to expose the screw head). Then I reamed the hole out a little bit with a drill bit and used a push pin plug to attach the new flare. Works fine but you do mess up the old flare which is getting replaced anyway.
 
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