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Old 05-16-2021, 02:31 AM #1
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limited door flares moulding

is there a trick to removing these? about to paint the doors and need em off
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are you talking about the flares that go on the fenders/bottoms of the doors? if so they’re held on by a bunch of clips. the front doors have a bolt that you unscrew on the inside of the door. kinda in the door jam area. i thinks there are a couple more bolts that need to be unscrewed on the rear doors and front flares as well.


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skirts

no these are the actual plastic skirts on the front doors and rear doors. the rear door one integrates into a flare. i know they are held on by clips but i dont want to damage id i can help
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is there a trick to removing these? about to paint the doors and need em off
This should have what you're looking for somewhere in there: Limited Fender Flare / Cladding Removal and Re-Install
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This should have what you're looking for somewhere in there: Limited Fender Flare / Cladding Removal and Re-Install
thanks, that does help in several ways, as it helps explain how the cladding is mounted to doors, and if I keep my 2001 I need to replace a front fender, and the replacement is missing the spares....but does have the holes for it.
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