Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Removing the fenders on any car is a big process, but Ford dually fenders are especially tricky! That being said, you can follow these steps to remove Ford dually fenders:
First, disconnect the tail light wiring to keep yourself safe.
Next, remove the nuts and bolts that attach two upper and one lower wheel hub splash shield to the fender.
Remove the front and rear fender brace bolts.
Remove the bolts attaching the fender to the body of your Ford.
Place a small platform under the fender for support.
Remove the two bolts on each side of the fender.
Slowly pull the fender back from the car.
And you’re done! If you follow those steps, you shouldn’t have too hard a time removing your dually fenders. Before you start putting on new pieces, seal the bolt holes with a rust protectant. Otherwise, your car may be liable to develop
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