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Looks like this may have been the OBX from the preview event @LadyBronco posted. Nice to see it on the move.













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Interesting, the F150 (I think.... right?) filming has a Texas registration sticker. What's he doing in Detroit? Are they finally perhaps headed South???
 

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Interesting, the F150 (I think.... right?) filming has a Texas registration sticker. What's he doing in Detroit? Are they finally perhaps headed South???
Escaping?
 

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Still worried for non-SAS OBX owners and their painted fender flares. The second you leave it unsupervised, boom. Your fender flares are stolen.
Why? The painted flares are only going to match the same color Bronco, while the standard ones go with everything. They'll be much easier to sell.
 

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Why? The painted flares are only going to match the same color Bronco, while the standard ones go with everything. They'll be much easier to sell.
But once they are painted it becomes easier to repaint than get the MIC surface able to be painted in the first place. Assuming that they are the same material to begin with.
 

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no way! I can’t wait to get some rapid red fender flares for my cactus Gray badlands!
Hahahaha! Yeah. Anyway, I'm going to put some kind of nasty grease on the bolts anyway. Or whatever I need to do to thwart fender flare thieves!
 

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But once they are painted it becomes easier to repaint than get the MIC surface able to be painted in the first place. Assuming that they are the same material to begin with.
Well, that's great. Then there will be many, many painted flares out there and mine won't be so valuable :)

I think someone has fender flare envy. Won't say who...hahahahaha.
 

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Those rims actually look kinda cool when they're spinning. Just wish they were bigger. Would've got OBX non-squatch if they were beefier and saved some cash!! Wildtrak taking bites out of my paycheck!!!
 
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Hahahaha! Yeah. Anyway, I'm going to put some kind of nasty grease on the bolts anyway. Or whatever I need to do to thwart fender flare thieves!
Ive looked at this but without having a Bronco in front of my I can’t 100% confirm. The tabs turn sideways inside the fender to lock in place. My thought would be if you’re worried you can pop off the flare and remove the locking tab. Add a stud inside the inside of the fender: Bolt, lock nut, washer, nut. That way you have a “post” inside the wheel to attach the fender too. Remove the locking tab, add a large enough washer and lock it down with a nut so it takes tools. Flip side, dependent on what the locking mechanism looks like, wondering if you can disassemble it and add a bolt on the side and that tab on the outside. I dunno, I’ll manufacture something up once I get one in my garage.
 

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