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The Bushwacker Extend-a-Fender Flares
have a durable “Dura-Flex” ABS construction that is resistant to cracking, warping, or fading.
UV protected with no chalking, and works with aftermarket bumpers.
The OE matte black finish is paintable.
comes with a Limited lifetime warranty.
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Hi guys. John here with realtruck.com. Today I want to show you how to install the Bushwacker Extend-a-Fender Flares onto this 2014 GMC Sierra Denali.
All right guys, as you can see here, this kit comes with everything you need to get these installed onto your truck. You have the front and rear fender flares for both sides and you also have the seal trim that goes around the fender flares to help protect your body paint and also to keep water and other stuff from getting in behind these and causing some problems. So, also comes with your instructions and your limited lifetime warranty explanation card. So, the next step of this process is to get these things on this truck.
Okay guys, the first thing we want to do is take our seal and as you can see, there’s some red plastic coating on the back of it. You want to peel that off but we don’t want to peel it off of the whole strip. We only want to peel back a little bit at a time and then we’ll start putting this onto the flare itself.
Okay guys, we’ve got our seal onto our new fender flare. So, the next thing we want to do is remove these old factory ones because we’re going to have to use the bolt holes and such up underneath the fender here to attach that new one. So, we’re going to take this one off and get our new one on here.
We’ve got our factory flare off and the next thing we need to do before we can actually go with a test fit of this is we need to pull the screws out of this inner fender liner because, if you can see right here on the back of this fender flare, you see this piece inside here and you’ve got the space in here? Well, what we need to do with this is this piece, your fender liner needs to slide in between here, and that will allow this fender flare to fit back on there better. So, what you’re going to do, and I’ve already went ahead and taken the screws out of the inner fender liner here just so I can show you, what you want to do is just pull the inner fender liner down and you can bring this down here where you can get to it and slide this section right here in between there when you put this up on there.
So, we’ve got that inner liner slid in there where it’s supposed to be and look here and see that, looks like our fender flare fits really nicely.
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