X-Max Fender Flare Instructions

Sealing, Painting, and Mounting

Snapshot 4 (1-28-2013 4-55 PM)39. Use a waterproof caulking or metal filler (like USC all-metal©) to fill in any slits or gaps in the wheel wells. Allow to cure.

 

 

PART_135827213758940. Tape off and cover your vehicle, tires, shocks, springs, etc., leaving the edge of the fender exposed, but do not expose past the bolt holes for your X-Max Fender Flares.

 

Snapshot - 141. Use a spray can of rubberized undercoating, and apply a layer on the edge of the fender, and the inside of the wheel well, to protect the metal from corrosion.

42. Before painting your X-Max Fender Flares, sand the entire outside with 220-grit sandpaper, until the whole surface is a lighter, dull gray.

43. Paint or cover your X-Max Fender Flares as you wish. Your buddy might have a crazy idea, but here at Notch Customs, we think matching it to your vehicle looks the best.

44. Mount your fender flares, using the rubber washers and nylon lock nuts included with your X-Max Fender Flares (11mm wrench). Again, DO NOT over-tighten the nuts! As you tighten the nuts, try to spin the washer with your fingers. Once the washer is snug, and you cannot spin it by hand, the nylon locking nuts will hold securely. Over-tightening may warp your body, or break the bolt loose from the flare.

45. Replace your door panels and trunk panels.

Now your Jeep should look about this awesome:

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Sweet! Now send us YOUR photos!

Tell your buddy to get some pictures of you with your new X-Max Fender Flares, and send them to us We want to see your build, and you may end up featured on our website!

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