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Ford F-350 Fender Flares

Two Simple Tips to Keep Your Ford F-350 Fender Flares in Their Best Condition

Fender flares are not just made for providing additional style to your vehicle. These accessories also serve as the ride's protection against mud splashes, loose stones, and road debris that may be thrown out by the tires as they rotate. Whether you use your Ford F-350 for off-road driving or for smooth drives on well-paved streets, your fender flares won't fail in doing the tasks expected of them. They also help conceal the rust or scratches that formed around the wheel areas. Because of their significant purpose, fender flares need to be maintained well. You should check them regularly for signs of corrosion or damage. Here are tips that can help keep your fender flares at their finest:

  • Wash away the dirt with soap and water.

Remember, the more you use your Ford F-350, the more you should keep your fender flares clean. Dirt and dust can simply be washed away using soap and water. You can wash the flares repeatedly until the residues are not visible anymore.

  • Use only the appropriate type of cleaner for unpainted fender flares.

If you have unpainted flares, you should avoid using any cleaning solution that can damage the material making up the flares. It would be better to check first the contents of any cleaner and make sure they are safe for your flare's material and finish. You can use an ammonia-based cleaner, which is proven as an effective polisher as well. Reapply the cleaner in any situation if needed.

  • Restore your painted fender flares by touching up their paint.

If you want to restore the paint of your fender flares, you have to take them off your ride and wash them first. It will be better if you scrub the surfaces of your fender flares with the right grit of sandpaper to prepare the surface for painting. If you don't want to remove the flares, make sure to mask the surrounding areas so they won't catch paint overspray. You must allow the paint to dry before driving your Ford F-350. You can also add a layer of UV sealant to keep your flares protected from the harmful rays of the sun, and to enhance their overall looks.

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  • Helpful Tips for a More Convenient Installation of Your Ford F-350 Fender Flares

    Whether you are driving off-road or on a smooth path, your vehicle deserves protection that could last for a long period of time. The fender flares serve as an extension of the wheel well and they are added to deflect the mud, road debris, and other elements thrown out by the tires are they rotate. Because of their tasks and location, these car accessories are also prone to damage. It's a good thing that they are easy to replace, so if your stock fender flares need replacement, you shouldn't think twice in doing so. By following these tips, you can have a convenient installation process:

    Tip #1: Make sure that your new fender flares fit your vehicle perfectly.

    Keep in mind that your new fender flares must be the exact fit for your Ford F-350. To verify this, you have to test-fit your new flares. The front area of your fender flares must be aligned well with your bumper while the bottom edge must be lined up with the bottom part of the fender. While doing the test-fitting, also take note if you still need to drill mounting holes or if your truck already has pre-drilled holes. It is also a good idea to mark the proper placement of the flares, so you won't go wrong come installation time. By doing so, you won't only know if your fender flares fit your truck perfectly, but you can also estimate the time you need to allot for the installation. If there's a need for you to drill mounting holes, then expect your installation process to take more time than when installing flares on a ride with pre-drilled holes.

    Tip #2: Use adhesive to secure the back portion of your fender flares.

    Aside from the bolts on the drilled holes, you can also apply additional adhesive on the back surface of the fender flares to reinforce its attachment. It is recommended that you clean the mounting surfaces first as dirt can affect the adhesion property of the tape or any adhesive. The tape fitted on the underside of the flares is usually double-sided. Do not peel off the non-adhesive part of the tape unless you're ready to attach the flare in its place.