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Old 01-12-2008
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mud flap removal

i have read a lot of people have taken their mud flaps off but i was wondering how you do this? i would like to do it but would like to know how.

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there are some screws holding it on. i cant remember exactly how many.. 3 or 4 i think. phillips head.
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easy...just look at them......and pull them off. There's screws....mine took a 7/32 socket i think.
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In my case.. do some 4x4ing and get it caught on.. something, and it might jsut rip off Had to rebend the spoke holding it on so it wouldnt hit the tire.. Ended up buying some new flaps but havent had the urge to put them on, they are a PITA to put new ones back on.
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Mine took a 7/32 as well then the 2 pushpins things that go into the fender flares on the EDGEs. Takes maybe 5 minutes and makes a big difference in looks.
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Do it now. I used a socket on mine too, made it look a lot better.
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Just remove the whole hanger it is easier that way
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my bolts holding the flaps on are so corroded from 15 years of life they would never come off without breaking.
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I've been thinking about doing this as well, but don't like the idea of the gap left afterwards. Anybody have any ideas on how to cover that up?
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