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05-07-2010 06:55 AM
97'wrangler I have a suggestion for when you paint your front flares, don't take them off. Just get blue painters tape and loosen up the bolts and slip the tape down behind the flares a little and mask it off. And then use newspaper to protect from over spray...
That's what I did because they wouldn't come off all the way!
05-07-2010 06:46 AM
cherokee kid
Re-installing fender flares

I removed and re-painted the rear flares. Now's the hard part putting them back. Both ends of the flairs have nutzerts, no problem w/that part of it. I was thinking of using self-tapping screws or small plastic anchors w/the oem screws for the rest of the holes.
What do you guys think?
Suggestions?

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