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Saw this last night.

I hope whatever shop is doing this can show us how they removed the fender flares. I’m planning on doing the same
 

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Without the flares, it looks like a normal bronco. It will be interesting to see it with painted flares.

regardiess. I think the factory flares gives it character and when you see it you will never mistaken it for anything else but the warthog.
 

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Without the flares, it looks like a normal bronco. It will be interesting to see it with painted flares.

regardiess. I think the factory flares gives it character and when you see it you will never mistaken it for anything else but the warthog.
That’s why I plan to keep factory flares but painted
 
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So it appears the flares are removable without having to take the fenders off. I was hoping this was the case as i want to paint mine as well.
 

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Why not just wrap them instead of paint? Seems like you could accomplish the same thing with a wrap and get extra protection. I’m hoping to wrap mine when it gets here.
 

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Dam the paint is barely dry after dropping off from factory. Then there goes the fenders!
 

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They are just wasting money, fiberglass fenders swap and be done.
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