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Old 10-16-2011, 09:33 AM   #1
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Re-attaching fender flare

So, I my jeep tried to make love to a couple trees on the trail this weekend, and managed to rip off the rear passenger fender flare in all the excitment. I heard I could just buy a bulk package of the fender flare clips, but I can only seem to find them on quadratec for individual fender clips at $6 each. Not really feeling the love in spending 50 bucks on hardware just to clip in the fender. Anyone know where to get these clips, or something just as good, for something more reasonably priced?

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Old 10-16-2011, 09:34 AM   #2
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i got you covered on that here you go ,, Moulding Clip Black Nylon - Chrysler
25 per pack for 10 bucks

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Haha awesome thanks
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and to bumper this back to the top, does anyone know the size of the fasteners to attach the inner liner to the tub, or the fender to the inner liner? realized I'll prolly need at least one inner liner to tub rivet, and at least 1-4 of the fender to inner liner rivets.
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and to bumper this back to the top, does anyone know the size of the fasteners to attach the inner liner to the tub, or the fender to the inner liner? realized I'll prolly need at least one inner liner to tub rivet, and at least 1-4 of the fender to inner liner rivets.
same web site has those clips to, just look at an old one if you got it, or call the dealer for the part number,,, i'll look in my parts list to see if i have it.
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Oh! I need those too.....
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Old 10-20-2011, 10:44 AM   #7
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So since it's been raining, I havnt had a chance to put the fender back on. the inner liner also happened to come out, I'm wondering what peoples thoughts are on running the fender without the liner? Has anyone else done this? Pros, cons, pics, thoughts? I figure the tabs are cheap enough I wouldnt be against yanking all the inner liners if its a good look
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The liners support the stock flares. With out the liner the flares will sag, and all the under parts of the Jeep are exposed to view, which IMO, just looks bad. Plus more crud gets in there, than does anyway.

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