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Now what, took my fender flares off

Discussion in '1st Gen Tundras (2000-2006)' started by Cummins3500, Sep 12, 2020.

  1. Sep 12, 2020 at 9:37 AM
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    Cummins3500

    Cummins3500 [OP] Never finishes.....

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    Took the fender flares off in prep of some up coming paint work.

    how do I re-attach these? Some 3m two sided tape? That little gray rubber seal that came on them is toast
     
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    3M double sided tape would be a good choice , I think most manufacturers use that anyway .
     
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    Unless it's insanely expensive I would buy a new seal. Also, are there not a series of plastic clips that pop back in? You may have to replace some of those. I would also put a coat of wax on that area before covering it back up but I'm anal like that.
     
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    There should be square holes in the body where the fenders sit. They sell the plastic clips on Amazon. You'll need the red ones and the blue ones, they are two different sizes. I do believe it's 6 clips on each fender and 2 screws. No need for tape.
     
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    I recently had my drivers side bed repaired on my 2006 DC Limited due to a deer hit. The body shop replaced the wheel flare pad (part # 61783-0C030-C0) and installed the flare using new wheel flare clips (part # 90904-67036 )
     
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    So the flares on mine were held on by the blue and red clips, plus several screws inside the fender well and that grayish seal

    I’m having trouble finding just the seal. That seal peeled off like it was some kind of tape, that’s why I was thinking 3m

    neverMind, found it with the part #’s linked above
    Thanks :thumbsup: @weadjust

    Appreciate the info fellas: trying to get everything lined out on the ole girl before she gets monstaliner applied.
     
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