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Old 01-25-2014, 11:16 PM   #1
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warrior fender flairs ...

so I was in a tight spot a few years ago after totaling my 99 4 banger 5 speed I looked and looked and looked some more ... I finely
found my 06 bone stock 6 cylinder auto .... hate the auto but its got its perks I've bought tthe jeep it came with 33x12.50 tiers and 4 kc lights 2 wind shield 2 bumper mount and a Smitty built wintch and bumper ,and warrior tube fender flars ... 4 in rancher body lift and ol man emu front springs ...for the front eextra weight.... so my power coating started raising off my flairs and chipping and rusting so I took them off and sand blasting the rest of the powder coating off re did them with hurckuliner .... has any one ran into the bottom bolt buy the bottom corner of the rear fender ???? its almost impossible to get in there its holding me back from finishing my restow production I can't for the life of me to get a grip to tighten the bolt ... I've broke 3 writches trying to make a special tool
and I'm not wanting to cut any sheet mettel

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Old 01-26-2014, 02:08 PM   #3
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the bottom bolt is almost impossible to tighten
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Old 01-27-2014, 09:32 AM   #4
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so I was in a tight spot a few years ago after totaling my 99 4 banger 5 speed I looked and looked and looked some more ... I finely
found my 06 bone stock 6 cylinder auto .... hate the auto but its got its perks I've bought tthe jeep it came with 33x12.50 tiers and 4 kc lights 2 wind shield 2 bumper mount and a Smitty built wintch and bumper ,and warrior tube fender flars ... 4 in rancher body lift and ol man emu front springs ...for the front eextra weight.... so my power coating started raising off my flairs and chipping and rusting so I took them off and sand blasting the rest of the powder coating off re did them with hurckuliner .... has any one ran into the bottom bolt buy the bottom corner of the rear fender ???? its almost impossible to get in there its holding me back from finishing my restow production I can't for the life of me to get a grip to tighten the bolt ... I've broke 3 writches trying to make a special tool
and I'm not wanting to cut any sheet mettel
I'm not sure if this will help or not but I found the Install Instructions for those fenders on Warrior's website. They didn't make a whole lot of sense to me I think that could just be because I'm in front of the Jeep. It says in "Phase two" that one bolt should not be used and gives you instructions on how access another one. Hopefully this is helpful! Good Luck.

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Old 01-28-2014, 11:11 AM   #5
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yea they lloked great untill they faded and all coating flaked off and started to rust.. i had to cut the bolt becouse theres no way to loosen it ether ... i need some sort of hevy duty dry wall anchor type of bolt that would flare in the back and hold its self .. but it needs to be short enugh to make it in the hole as well ... iv thought about trying to sopt weld it, but thats a whole other can of worms ...
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