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Old 06-27-2016, 11:08 AM   #11
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Exactly. There are two self tapping screws on the front and rear of the fender skirt. The brackets are riveted into the mud flap braces so unscrew the ones that go into the fiberglass fenders only. The fender flips up, I didn't completely remove the fender from the belt line molding just used an adjustable pole to hold it up out of the way.

There is a plastic cover screwed in place behind the fender, mine was not secured as it was wide open into the space. After I cleaned up the area in the space I used spray foam to seal the area then used caulking to completely seal the cover before lowering the fender skirt.

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