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Old 01-18-2010, 11:51 AM
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For the rear you remove 2 current screws that hold your fender well liner in, place the flap in place and reinstall the screws. That's about as easy as it gets!

For the front, you rotate your steering wheel to full lock, turn off the truck, remove 1 existing screw that holds the fender well liner in place, put the flap in position and start the existing screw back in its hole, add an additional screw with washer and nut that is provided with flaps in the next higher hole that is already there from the factory and tighten both. The kit includes one more set of hardware for each front if you choose to drill one additional hole towards the bottom of the liner and inboard about 4 inches to stiffen the flap. I did it and you still don't have to take the tire off using a regular 3/8" drill.

Let me know if you have any questions.

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