Toyota Tundra Fender Flares
Maintenance Tips for the Toyota Tundra Fender Flares
The Toyota Tundra fender flares offer an additional rugged feel to your truck. As is, the Toyota Tundra is already a full-size truck ready to rumble for the different adventures you are about to embark on. But adding the fender flares to the brute creates more charisma to this superb performer. The fender flares become even more useful when you frequently alternate your adventures from paved roads to off-road trails. The panels shield the upper part of your truck from road debris that get caught as your wheels keep on churning on and on as you reach your destination and back. To give back the due respect to your fender flares, you should be able to show them some tender loving care. Here are some maintenance tips that you should consider.
- Don't be reckless with your choices in your adventures.
Despite its tough truck look and appearance, you should still be wise when choosing the roads and trails you are about to take in your adventures. We are telling you not to get reckless. If you do, you risk your Toyota Tundra and its fender flares. With some terrains, there will be road hazards, chunks, and other particles that can put on scratches, cracks, and what not on your fender flares. It's best to avoid them despite your urges. A happy fender flare is one that remains intact and looks good.
- Check the integrity of the fender flare clips regularly.
Fender flares are usually mounted to your Toyota Tundra via mounting clips. You should regularly check the integrity of these clips to make sure that your panels will still hold up. You can check them by lightly rocking the assembly. If there are no gaps that manifest, it means that it is highly likely that the clips are still ok. Otherwise, you should have them checked and replaced.
- Wash and scrub your fender flares regularly.
After going through a lot of adventures, your fender flares also deserve to be eased of dirt and particles. Do this by hosing them with clean water then scrubbing off dirt using a sponge. Don't forget to dry them up after for a clean look.